“I’ve thrown myself headlong into your arms –

I’m celebrating your rescue. I’m singing at the top of my lungs,

I’m so full of answered prayers.”


The passage from Psalm 13:5-6 in the Message is the testimony of the Singing Men of Texas. These ministers of music, Baptist music educators, and church staff members find great joy in lifting each other in prayer, and singing together at eight concerts annually.

On most Sundays, you can find the Singing Men in churches of all shapes and sizes leading worship in a diversity of styles. Their music has been heard around the world, inspiring audiences and encouraging churches in England, China, Australia, Brazil, Spain, Romania, Czech Republic, Austria and Ukraine. In April 2015, they will return to Ukraine and sing evangelistic concerts throughout the country.

“Praise the Lord, O my soul, all my inmost being praise His holy name” – words which expressed the heart of the psalmist and words which bring life to the music of Texas’ SINGING MEN.

4 thoughts on “About

  1. Thanks Derrel for setting this up. I hope everyone who comes to this site will get a sense of what the Lord is already doing in Ukraine and how The Singing Men of North Central Texas and the mission partners are working with our brothers and sisters there to further spread the good news of Jesus Christ. We covet your prayers.

    John Bell
    President, Singing Men of North Central Texas

  2. Derrel,

    What a creative way for our prayer partners to join us in the mission! We thank God for the hours you are spending to make sure that reports and requests can fly from Eastern Europe to North America each day we are there. Only eternity will tell what all of this means in terms of changed hearts and lives. Thank you, Dear Brother!

    Jan Gott

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