Joy Quartet Ministries Announces New Album “Live In Detroit”

A group of gospel singers reaching out to the world with their talent to take the Message of Joy from Christ to the World

June 15, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

After rising from death, Jesus commanded his disciples to preach the gospel to the ends of the world. Two thousand years later, a gospel group consisting of five beautiful, young, and highly-motivated singers are doing just that using their God-given talent.

Joy Quartet Ministries is proud to announce the release of their new album titled "Live in Detroit". It's a project designed to create a powerful message of peace, hope, and joy and deliver it to the people of the world.

The album consists of spirit-lifting songs written and performed by these incredibly creative young people, with the sole aim of preaching the gospel of Christ through the medium of music.

For more information on the group and their activities, please visit their website at

Joy Quartet Ministries is more than the regular gospel group; they are spirit-filled singers, with powerful lyrics full of inspiring and motivational message. They have a message of hope, peace, and joy, given to them from the throne of grace, with the mandate to deliver it to mankind.

The group consists of five people including Emory and Florence Smith who are the founding members, along with Sharee Edwards, LaKonya Walker, and Sharonne Murphy. Together, they form a powerful band that delivers gospel music the way it has never been expressed before.

What makes them unique is their sound, which involves mixing the traditional quartet sound with a smooth and relevant contemporary style. Over the past few years, Joy Quartet Ministries has traveled extensively throughout the United States increasing their fan base and gaining experience.

Live in Detroit is a huge opportunity to pass the message of joy that Christ brought to the world, directly to the people. Through their music, the Gospel music group hope to remind people that no matter what they're going through, Christ will give them joy.
For more information on Joy Quartet Ministries music, live performances, and upcoming events, please contact (248) 469-5597,, or visit

Contact Info:
Name: Info
Email: Send Email
Organization: Joy Quartet Ministries

Source URL:

Source: MarketersMedia

Release ID: 524841

Latest News

Springboks' 1st black captain gets his chance at history

Nov 19, 2019

TOKYO — It was the week after Siya Kolisi's fourth birthday when Nelson Mandela presented Springboks captain Francois Pienaar with the Webb Ellis Cup in a defining moment for rugby, and for South Africa. Kolisi was 16 when the Springboks won their second Rugby World Cup title. There was no television at his home, he recalls, so he had to go to a tavern to watch John Smit lift the trophy after beating England in the 2007 final in Paris. Twelve years on, the first black player appointed as Springboks captain gets a chance to etch his name in history...

England's response to All Blacks haka results in fine

Nov 19, 2019

TOKYO — England has been fined for crossing the halfway line in its response to New Zealand's pre-match haka at the Rugby World Cup semifinals. World Rugby says England breached "tournament rules relating to cultural challenges, which states that no players from the team receiving the challenge may advance beyond the halfway line." England's players stood in a V-formation as the All Blacks performed the haka, with a half-dozen players beyond the halfway line. World Rugby says the sanction is in line with protocol that operates across the international game. The fine is reported to be 2,500 pounds ($3,200) ___...

The Latest: Scott Barrett into backrow in NZ's only change

Nov 19, 2019

TOKYO — The Latest on Thursday at the Rugby World Cup in Japan (all times local): 11:30 a.m. Scott Barrett will start in the backrow in the only change to New Zealand's starting XV for the Rugby World Cup semifinal against England. The versatile Barrett replaces Sam Cane on the blindside flank as the All Blacks bid to bolster the lineout. Barrett replaced Cane in a tactical change at halftime in New Zealand's 46-14 win over Ireland in the quarterfinals last weekend. He will join brother, fullback Beauden Barrett, in the starting XV. Another brother, Jordie Barrett, is on the...

Sharp-talker Jones says spy filmed England, lobs barbs at NZ

Nov 19, 2019

TOKYO — It's Rugby World Cup semifinals week and Eddie Jones, one of the sport's sharpest talkers, is in full wind-up mode. The team bearing the brunt of the England coach's barbs? England's opponent on Saturday, the world champion All Blacks. The All Blacks' mental skills coach will be "the busiest bloke in Tokyo," Jones said Tuesday. He described New Zealand's journalists as "fans with laptops." He spoke of "omens" in the week of Japan's enthronement of a new emperor. He even made accusations of spying. "There was definitely someone in the apartment block, filming," Jones claimed after England's morning...

Lomu's legacy looms over NZ-England World Cup semifinal

Nov 19, 2019

TOKYO — One trampling run launched Jonah Lomu to global stardom, ensuring his name will be indelibly linked to a Rugby World Cup semifinal between New Zealand and England. The All Blacks winger's rampaging runs during that era-defining World Cup in South Africa in 1995 were highlighted by his four-try haul against England in the semifinals. Before the teams meet in another semifinal this Saturday in Yokohama, there'll be no avoiding remembrances of Lomu's legacy. He died in 2015 at the age of 40 after complications from a kidney disease. One of those tries against England, when he gathered a...

About Us

Frontal Report is an emerging leader in all forms of media. We aim to be the leading news brand for readers around the world.

Contact us: sales[at]

Subscribe Now!