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Linda’s ministry to children, and worship with children have been a tremendous impact on this upcoming generation of young worshippers. Her music is flowing from the Father’s heart and it touches their lives. It writes God’s words on their hearts. I have worked in children’s ministry for over eight years and used her songs in Sunday Children’s Worship (ages 3-7), in Kid’s Music Classes (ages 1-5) as well as in Chapel at a Daycare. Over and over again, I find that the songs Linda wrote are very easily connecting with the children’s hearts. Due to the song’s simple tunes and melodies, choice of words to express childlike understanding of the Father’ love that also invite the children to accompany each song with motions, they have been my to go to whenever I work with pre-school age children.— Sandra


Oh Linda, Noah is singing “Great Big God with a Still Small Voice” in his bed right now! My heart is melting!  When he stopped singing I knew he was asleep. Trust me it blesses my heart when I hear him singing your songs. Especially since he hardly ever sings. It seems like he only sings your songs!!  - Gretchen in Atlanta


I am so thankful for Tent Time. It has taught my girls about having a personal time with Jesus. It teaches them to hear from God in a way they can understand. It is on their level and fun. And it is complete with teachings, song with motions and coloring sheets. Each of my girls has a binder and it is so neat to walk into their room and ask, "What are you doing?" and the reply be, "Tent Time." The songs are catchy and my kids sing them walking around the house and in the car. And I sing them too.—Stacy                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   

I have had the privilege of participating with 3 and 4 year old children during Tent Time activities.  I was amazed at the automatic connection they had with the teachings.  They listened to a story about hearing God's voice, learned a song with motions (that they still enjoy singing) and then drew pictures.  Tent Time helps children get "in touch" with God at a young age.  They also learn that God cares about the children and you don't have to be an adult to hear from God..—Robyn   


From Patti and GrandKids:

 I am so glad to hear about Tent Time going so well. I know that it would if people would only look at your products. We have been singing along with the TV watching you, even though the kids were sick with a little fever. Dancing along with Miss Linda, you wouldn't know they felt badly. You are a blessing to our family and I pray that your work goes all over the world. Love you much

Patti’s comment on our Latest Scripture Song:                                                                                                                         Hey, sounds so polished! I love the words and the Holy Spirit behind those words. I've had my phone to my ear this morning, just listening and thinking about how powerful that verse is and how many children will get it in their spirits through God using this song as a conduit of His love.


Hi Linda

In my quiet time/Bible study today one of the questions was based on Rev. 2:29  "he who has an ear let him hear what the Spirit has to say to the churches": and the question was "What keeps you from hearing Gods voice?"   

Immediately your song played through my head in that beautiful voice " hearing God's word is as easy as quieting yourself down. Fixing your eyes on Jesus.... "

I just felt like God wanted me to share that with you.   - Karen in Colorado


Linda, I met you at the conference at Franklin couple wks. Ago. I stated how I love to play the childrens' CD when I keep my Grandaughter. I try to play it every wed. When I keep her since I got it at Guntersville. she was a miracle baby due to a Bad accident my daughter was in when daughter was just 2days pregnant. then baby came at 25wks. With an emergency C-section and stayed at Vandy NICU 2 months. baby is perfect now. I got your CD in July at the conference, and Call it Sophie's CD. she is so attentive when I play it . it makes her laugh and smile. she will look around at all the 5 speakers in our great room as if picking out different sounds or instruments. She can recognize the songs that have children's voices on them, and this makes her smile as well. We especially love the ones like 7 days a wk. which helps with learning numbers and the days of the wk. Also, Galatians 5:22 Fruit of the Spirit. I find myself on other days singing this. One more we dance and sing to is A very special promise God has made unto me. Actually the whole CD is a very good and a fun way to get God's Word  into the minds of our infants and small children and what a better way than with music. Hope you produce many more like this.          In His Name, Reba


Dear One, I know that I have told you before, but I wanted to thank you again for your ministry to my grandchildren in the children’s department at the Vineyard (Inverness Vineyard, Birmingham, AL). Most children’s church programs are just a fun babysitting service while the parents get a break in church. But my grands know the worship songs that we sing in our service because you minister to their spirit man. They are learning to listen to the Holy Spirit’s voice as they pray and listen. And a lot of these lessons come from the music you write.

A few weeks ago, my son had his two daughters, Anna Claire and Ellie, at my house. They were running around in the house and arguing with each other. Then John Frank said, “Watch this, Mom.”  He put your CD into my player in the kitchen and you began to sing. As they rounded the doorway, they both stopped, began to sing, and do motions to the song that was playing. It was a very worshipful moment for all of us, just watching those girls as they turned the kitchen into a place of worship.

He told me that he keeps your music downloaded on his phone, and when they are running errands or any time they are in the car and begin to get rowdy, he just “turns on Ms. Linda” and the very same thing happens. Everyone gets quiet and begins to sing with you. In fact, he and Keri know all the words as well.

So, once again, thank you from the bottom of my heart…these children are my heart.