Vicki Yohe*Over the last two decades, the dynamic Dove and Stellar Award nominee Vicki Yohe has been at the forefront of the praise and worship music movement on the church circuit where she turned songs such as “The Mercy Seat,” “Under The Blood” and “Something About My Praise,” into international anthems via her soul-stirring performances of the songs at mass evangelistic crusades all over the globe.

Billboard Magazine says of Yohe’s ministry, “For believers looking to loose themselves in a wonderful worship experience, this is the next best thing to being in a pew.” Yohe’s ministry has even afforded her the opportunity to appear as a Keynote speaker at a Pentagon Prayer Breakfast. She has also ministered in song alongside some of today’s well-known pastors and evangelists including TD Jakes, Bill Winston,  Juanita Bynum,  Creflo Dollar, Darlene Bishop  and Paula White.

A lot of artists sing about saving souls but Vicki Yohe is actually doing it. Not only is she raising two adopted sons but she’s also the spiritual mama to three dozen African children at an orphanage she founded in 2005 in Uganda, New Destiny for Children.

“I’ve been nominated for several awards and ministered to 2.8 million people at a Benny Hinn crusade in India but none of this feels as good as taking care of my children in Uganda.”

Where does Yohe get the burst of energy to juggle her busy career, the demands of motherhood and raising money for the children’s home?  God’s Peace. In April 2013, Vicki Yohe recorded her new CD/DVD Free Worshipper at FaithWorld Center in Orlando, to be released on Shanachie Entertainment August 28, 2013.