Marty Harris


Vocals – Piano/Keyboard, Bass Guitar, Mandolin

As a nineteen-year-old boy I began to attend Church for the first time in my life. As the preacher began to talk about lost people I was very confused, and I honestly thought we could just get in a car and go find all of the lost people. I had never heard the gospel, and didn’t have a clue. Much to my surprise, I later found out that I was one of those lost people he was preaching about. I continued to attend Church for the next month, and I began to understand what the preacher meant by the lost people. On Wednesday – March 13, 1991 it became very clear to me that I was lost. I had already left the church, but I came back very quickly that night. I knew if I got in the car to leave then I wasn’t going to make it home, and I was going straight to hell if I died. I went back into the fellowship hall and told the youth director I was lost and I needed to pray. As I began to kneel down in front of that old floor heater there in Betsy Layne, Kentucky something happened that I’ll never forget. Before my knee ever touched the ground I felt the sweetest peace come into my heart. It was at that very moment that the Lord saved my soul. There was nothing any man could do for me that night, because salvation is a personal experience between you and the Lord. No man can save you, no man can take it away and there is nothing you can do to earn it. When the Lord saves you it is a work that only He can do, and I know that I will spend eternity in Heaven!

My wife Paula and I have two daughters and are all four members at McFerrin Missionary Baptist Church. We we are very thankful for a good Christian Church to raise our children in.

Birthday: November 21, 1971
Family: Wife-Paula, Daughters- Mckenzi(16) and Kameryn(14)
Home: Hendersonville, TN
Hobbies: Spending time with my family, Watching UK Basketball, Golf
Favorite Gospel Groups: The Bishops, The Isaacs
Favorite Gospel Song: “I’m Gonna Move”


Paula | MckenziKameryn | Emma