Bio: Delores Brown is a native houstonian. She have been singing since she was three years old. She would sit and listen to her mother, louisie mae johnson sing gospel song to her. She was born and baptise at 34th temple cogic in studewood. She started singing in the choir when she was three years old. She has no problem singing anywhere and before anybody. She just let's go and let the lord have his way with her. She always participated in the choir at school and church. She sang in the choir and lead the praise and worship. She just be on fire for the lord when she is ministering in songs. She loves to go to the prisons to minister in songs. Her songs of ministering not only have an impact on the inmates, but also impact the guards. Thanks: i would like to thank god for coming in to my life saving and filling me with his precious holy ghost. God has been so good to me even when i was not good to myself. Thanks to my beautiful mother who prayed for me each and everyday. Thanks to my husband, daughters, and grandsons for their support. I would like to thank my prayer warrior and mentor missionary marie hardley. Also i would like to thank min. Bobby conley for writing such a beautiful song, because god does 'rain on the just and the unjust'. i would like to thank all my family and friends near and far for their support. Also the radio station: 1360, 1140, 90.9, and 89.3 for playing 'god rains.' i look forward to finishing the full CD by the summer 2005, so in the mean time 'just let go and let god have his way.'