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A Personal Note from Barbara

A few years ago, it seemed that wherever I went, various people would say, “Your voice is so soothing” or “I love your voice.” This seemed odd because I never imagined my voice to be more than ordinary. After hearing a great number of these comments, I decided to pray. The thought came to make these recordings. After several years of collecting scriptures, I called my friend, Tony, and contacted Lifter Studios. A year later, we had “Comfort From the South”.

My heart so appreciates our US military. Thank you so much for insuring that freedom is guarded and kept not only in our own country but also in others. This is a gift that you give to us that fame and fortune cannot buy. My esteem for you also inspired me to make these recordings. God bless you for giving your all!

I must say, that after spending three years searching and pondering scriptures for this CD, I have been changed. I had no idea of the life changing power that comes when frequently exposed to God through his thoughts as He has expressed them through His Word.

— Barbara Boyd
Barbara Boyd

Barbara is a wife and mother of two grown daughters. She was raised in a small town in Mississippi. Throughout her life, she has had a variety of teaching experiences from public school to Sunday school. The most important thing in her life is knowing that she belongs to God.

Tony Horning

Tony is a professor of education at Montreat College, singer, songwriter, keyboardist, percussionist and celtic harper. Tony's life verse is Galatians 2:20 and desires to be known simply as a beggar who desires to help other beggars find the Bread of Life. Tony is a veteran of the USCG and has a family lineage of military service dating back to the Revolutionary War.

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