O What a Mighty God
The Unionaires are an outgrowth of The Union Evangelistic Male Chorus. Members: Bill Blackmon - Bass Tony Culpepper - 2nd Tenor Trevor Davis - 3rd Tenor Tyrone Ford - 1st Tenor Ken Hayslett - 2nd Tenor L. B. Pearson - 3rd Tenor Tyron Smith - Bass PROVERBS 3: 5-6 admonishes the Christian believer to trust in the lord with all thy heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy path. During the three years of our existence, the Unionaires have endeavored to do just that. Along the way there have been trials and tribulations, but by the grace of the Lord God Almighty, we have endured. He has provided us with a Christian support base that has been there for us through thick and thin. We want to take this opportunity to thank our Heavenly Father for delivering on his promise to supply all of our needs and for granting us favor in the completion of this project. This CD album has been a labor of love from the outset, and the spirit of cooperation that has been demonstrated by all of the parties involved has been heartwarming. A special thanks goes out to our Pastor, Reverend James R. Flint, the great and honorable pastor of the Union Evangelistic Baptist Church of Chicago Heights, Illinios for his for leadership and spiritual support. We are eternally grateful to him and our Union Church family for supporting us in production of the CD album. We give special thanks to our female lead Sister Shirley White. We want to thank our musicians Rev. Alicia Dixon, Mrs. Maxine McCray, and Mr. Brian King for hanging tough with us as we worked towards the completion of this journey. We love all of you and we thank you once again. When we started this journey we asked the lord for guidance and he directed our steps to Minister Roland Pollard, a young man with immense musical talent and skills. Minister Pollard used his many talents to write and produce the songs on this CD, and we want him to know that he is truly a blessing from god. We are looking forward to a long fruitful relationship with this musical genius. Last but not least, we want to say thank you to seven wonderful Christian women, our wives. The rose is a symbol of love and affection, and in this regard we are truly blessed to have seven beautiful red roses who love and support us. They are the wings beneath our sails, and we know that they have our backs. These wonderful ladies have stuck with us through many long rehearsals, frequent periods of joy and especially through the few periods of pain. We want you to know that we are grateful and that we love you dearly. We dedicate this CD album to our seven inspirational towers of support. God bless you and God bless this work. We glorify our Heavenly Father for granting us his favor.