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    Genre:Gospel, Country, Christian
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    Born To Win lyrics
    2Lonesome Valley lyrics
    3This Poor Man Cried lyrics
    4Til Kingdom Come lyrics
    5Jesus Is The Best Friend lyrics
    Perfect Praise lyrics
    7Don't Look Down lyrics
    8Unsinkable lyrics
    I Can't Wait to Get to Heaven lyrics
    10As A Matter Of Fact lyrics

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    Against The Odds [1991]
    2One Step Forward [1992]
    All The Right Doors [1994]
    4Vocal Point [1993]
    5Let's Claim Them [1990]
    6How We Love To Serve The Lord [1989]


    Roger and Cherie Mullins of Atlanta, GA have been in full-time Christian work since 1969.

    Their first years of service were spent on the staff of churches in Memphis, TN, Haughton, LA and Madisonville, KY, where they were involved in youth and music ministries. In 1977 Roger went into full-time evangelism and from 1977 until 1990 Roger and Cherie and their children, Cindy and Buddy traveled extensively all over the U. S. and in several foreign countries in local church evangelism and mission evangelism. They also recorded many gospel music projects.

    From 1990 to 1994 Roger continued to travel with his son, Buddy Mullins and a group of Christian young men, singing gospel music and establishing his career in Christian music.

    In early 1994 Roger and Cherie accepted the call of God on their lives as missionaries to minister under the mission board Hope for the World out of Kissimmee, FL. Roger is the Director for the country of Albania. Hope for the World has 8 orphanages for which they are responsible for feeding, clothing, maintenance and spiritual training for these children. There are over 400 children in these homes and their budget is $30,000 per mo. Much of this money comes through sponsorship of these orphans by churches, groups, and individuals. Most of these children have come to know the Lord Jesus Christ as their Savior through the ministries of Hope for the World. They are taught the Bible weekly by Hope for the World staff members in each orphanage. Many of them are also in discipleship classes with the staff workers. They are also ministering regularly to a group of elderly people at the Threshold of Hope in Saranda, Albania.

    Albania is the only country in the world that had been registered with the United Nations as totally atheistic until the revolution in 1991. Hope for the World was the first mission board into Albania with missionaries after this happened. The Albanian government told our President, Jimmy Franks, that they wanted Albania to become great like America and they believed that our God made America great.

    They stated that they did not know our God, but that if we would come in and care for their neglected orphans, they would allow us to preach our God wherever we wanted in their country. Hope for the World answered this call and as a result, many other missionaries have been allowed in the country to plant churches and evangelize their people. There have been some civil uprisings in the first few years of freedom from Communism, and this has greatly hampered this country's progress in many ways, but the church and believers have been strengthened through it all and go forward with great momentum, for which we praise His name.

    In 1997, many missionaries were forced to flee the country for their own lives and safety of their families, and our military removed any and all Americans who would leave Albania at that time. However, three very bold and courageous young women who are a part of Hope for the World's team in Albania chose to stay with the children through all of this danger in the country. God has protected our orphanages and these special ladies. Roger makes many trips each year to Albania in order to make sure needs are being met and operations are running smoothly.

    Roger's travels to Albania several times a year and Cherie accompanies him whenever she is able to leave the office. They are fully dependent upon the support of God's people to keep them working in this ministry. It is their responsibility to handle all fund raising for the orphans and elderly group. They also incorporate gospel music into their program, and we believe that your church could be greatly blessed and hearts touched through their ministry.

    Kenneth Harold "Buddy" Mullins was born on October 23, 1968 in Trenton, Tennessee. At the age of eight, Buddy hit the road with his family. His dad was a traveling evangelist and the rest of the family joined him on the road to sing gospel music. Even then music was a powerful motivation in his life.

    As he matured, so did his voice and his ability to perform. They expanded their group and brought other young men into the traveling family and by the early nineties; he was heading up a group of his own. He was also invited by Bill Gaither to join the Gaither Vocal Band as lead vocalist in 1993 and traveled with them for two years. During that time, Buddy continued to pursue a personal dream with his own band called Sunday Drive. The group, comprised of six men who were more like brothers, achieved great things as they toured with Mark Lowry, Clay Crosse, and Jaci Velasquez as well as acclaimed author and speaker, Josh McDowell. Through the years, Buddy has been a part of writing many chart toping songs which include "God is Believable" that rose to number one on the Christian Hit Radio charts, along with "It's Still the Cross" that also went number one and was the title song for a best selling choir musical, to "I'll Meet You on the Mountain" the title song for one of Gaither's award winning Homecoming video series and "Promises One by One" on the latest Gaither Homecoming Video "Women of Homecoming." These along with many others have helped make his career far reaching across many styles and genres.

    In 2001, Buddy moved into solo ministry. He was traveling to churches and other mission fields from Brazil to Albania. Once again in 2005, he and his wife Kerri would began a worship driven group called Everyday Driven and for three years they continued traveling across America. In 2008, God called Buddy into local church worship ministry and he and his family now serve the Chapel at Crosspoint in Santa Rosa Beach. Along with being a worship pastor, in January of 2013, he became the Director of Development for Hope for the World missions. He continues to record and travel, mostly for Hope for the World, and he knows that God has placed he and his family in Florida to be a part of a growing work to reach their community and also to reach across the world. He states, "Worship is not a style of music, it is a lifestyle,
    one lived in relationship with the God we worship."

    Paul Lancaster performed with the Mullins and the Nelons. He then sang lead and tenor for the Greenes from 2008-2010. He currently performs with the Palmetto State Quartet.

    Wesley Willett performed with the Kingsboys from 1984-1985 and again from 1988-1991. He also performed with the Mullins.

    Mark Willett played piano for the Perrys from 1987-1990. He also performed with the Mullins. He and Wes were also in the group Sunday Drive in the late 90s.

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