Flow Through Me Lord
Jamaican born, Denise Myers is the only daughter of Helen and Bresford Myers. Denise spent the early part of her life in Kingston, Jamaica before moving with her family to Toronto, Canada. Denise comes from a musical background; her grandfather was a well known Jamaican musician. Denise was known in her community as the singing bird, (Parks Road St Andrew in Jamaica) singing in schools church services. Denise has always been influenced by gospel music and has been singing since she was 6 years old. She was raised in a Christian home where her parents lived by the principles of the Bible and that legacy has been passed on to her by her parents and grandmother. Denise strongly believes that prayer does change things. From Jamaica to the Turks and Caicos Island, Canada and the USA, Denise Myers has been showcasing her talent, and give all praise to God for the vocal gift that he has blessed her with. It is clear that music is in her blood and she has progressively honed her vocal ability over the years. Denise is from the same era as artists such as Kay Morris, Natasha Wright and many others and had dreamed of her own CD album for the longest time but never had the finance or faith to follow through. Through prayer, God has come through and now the time has finally arrived, Denise debuts her first gospel CD in 2007 - to God be the glory. Denise has this to say: "It is my purpose to impact my generation, thus impacting generations to come, with the influence of my God-ordained potential and destiny by helping them to experience His presence and equip them for His ultimate service. I want to help anyone and everyone within my sphere of ministry to have a better life, by inspiring, motivating, encouraging, and in some cases provoke them to live, to laugh and to love without reservation or hesitation. My greatest success in this life and hereafter is to know I have pleased God, by serving others, in love." ( Jesse' William) I thank God for life's experiences, good and bad; they have helped to make me the person I am today.\'