Fast forward about 30 years and you have The Parsons Redeemed, who are originally from the Atlanta area . Johnny and Julie, along with their two sons, Nathan and John travel full-time ministering through song. They heard the call of the Lord to forsake "normal" American life and they moved full-time in an RV and go where God leads them! They desire to know the Lord deeper and to make Him known, ministering in campgrounds, Walmart parking lots, restaurants, and all of the "In Betweens." The songs that they sing are mostly original, but they very much enjoy the time honored hymns, country and southern gospel music, as well as some contemporary worship. Although, it is very obvious that they have a country sound.
Johnny does a wonderful job of leading and he loves to play the acoustic guitar. He is also walking in his call to preach.
Julie stands by his side singing harmonies and occasionally lead. She loves to spend time with the Lord and she loves her iced coffee! Both Johnny and Julie write songs.
Nathan is an excellent tenor singer. He loves to be creative and has always been sensitive to the voice of the Lord.
John is 17 years old and he sings bass. His voice changed from high tenor to a bass over just a few months at the age of 15. John has also been called to preach!
This missionary family would love to come and minister in song and testimony at your church, event, or other venue!
Johnny and Julie Parsons have been married for over 21 years. They have known each other for most of their lives. Their roots go deep in gospel music. This is actually how they met as children.
Johnny and his parents, J.D. and Joyce Parsons had a country gospel group called, "The Parsons Family." They traveled all around the state of Georgia and several bordering states, singing the good news!
Julie got her start at a very young age. She began singing publicly around 6 years old. Her Dad and Uncle had a gospel singing group that they called," The Eastern Sky Quartet."
The Parsons family and The Eastern Sky Quartet would sing at some of the same churches and this is how they met.
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