GREENVILLE — Victoria Bowlin will appear in concert Feb. 19 at Triumphant Christian Center. Doors will open at 5:30 and the concert will begin at 6 p.m.
Bowlin is a powerful singer, songwriter, author, and Faith-Inspired speaker who gives encouragement and hope through music and personal testimonies. She is a Church of God licensed minister. Originally from West Columbia, South Carolina, Bowlin’s background includes extensive singing and traveling full time with her family, The Shireys, and participating in tent revivals held by her late Grandmother, Evangelist Mamie L. Clark. She took the microphone at 2 years old.
At 11 years old, Bowlin took the place of her uncle in her family’s group and began singing the third part full time. In January 2015, God called Bowlin into solo ministry with her husband, Aaron. She has been awarded and nominated for several vocal and songwriting awards. In August 2016, Bowlin had the privilege of being chosen to sing on Main Stage at Gatlinburg Gathering. Then, in September 2016, she was honored to be chosen to sing on Main Stage at Southern Gospel’s largest annual event, the National Quartet Convention.
She writes and arranges most of her music. Her first five original songs were recorded at only 15 years old. In July 2016, Bowlin landed her first Top 80 Singing News charting song at #71. It was an original song that she had written entitled, “Still Faithful.” Strong vocal abilities and harmonies are a God given talent that started in her at a young age. Her words have helped thousands across the country as she tells about what God has done for her. Through deliverance from a serious depression and multiple healings, God is using her testimony to reach countless people.
Pastor Sam Shilot and the congregation at Triumphant Christian Center invite the public to 1129 South Towne Court in Greenville for an evening of worship and praise with Bowlin that is sure to uplift and inspire.
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