We Serve a Good God
He brought me from.................... My name is Kenneth Daye, born in Jersey City, New Jersey and I was born to sing. I started singing while in high school with a group that went by the of name \'Charm\'. Singing most of our music accapella, we stormed the clubs of New York City, Conn, Philly, and Jersey. Shortly after releasing our 1st album, we made a decision to go our separate ways and pursue what we called \'Life\'. Life to me was becoming a father in 1983 when my daughter, Stephanie was born. From there I joined the Armed Forces, joined in marriage, and gave my heart to the Lord Jesus. God revealed my gift to write and sing gospel music, and I wrote my first song in 1994, \'We Serve A Good God\'. Since then I\'ve written as many as 40 songs, and have recorded 4, but this is just the beginning. In 1998 I remarried and my \' life\' took a turn that only God could have done. God blessed our marriage, anointed our voices and sent us out into the world to minister His Word ( gospel) in song, setting the captives free, healing the broken hearted, seeking and saving the lost, just for starters. We are also worship leaders, ushering God's people into His presence. I am also a Teacher of the word and my wife a Preacher. Where He leads us, we go without hesitation. My hope is to be joined with a record label, fulfilling the vision God gave me of a nationwide ministry. My wife and I currently reside in New Bern, North Carolina where the Lord has given us a mandate to be watchmen over His people and His house. We fellowship and minister at Bread of Life Ministries, Maysville, NC under the stewardship of Pastor Timmy Jarvis. 2 Chronicles 5:13 (KJV) It came even to pass, as the trumpeters and singers were as one, to make one sound to be heard in praising and thanking the LORD; and when they lifted up their voice with the trumpets and cymbals and instruments of music, and praised the LORD, saying, For he is good; for his mercy endures forever: that then the house was filled with a cloud, even the house of the LORD.