His Hand in Mine
Matt Throgmorton was born in Marion, IL on November 4, 1975. His introduction to music came early through his influence of his home church in Marion, IL. He became a born-again Christian at the age of six and has been singing the message of Jesus Christ ever since. The very first song that he ever performed at church was 'I'll Walk With God', his Paw Paw's favorite. He continued to sing throughout school participating in choir, show choir, jazz choir and solos at his own church as well as other churches. After attending the National Quartet Convention in Louisville, KY in 1996, he was introduced to a group out of Florida named the 'Florida Melody Boys'. After much prayer, Matt spent his entire 21st birthday driving a Uhaul packed with everything he owned to Florida. God has blessed him to have been able to sing with some of the most gifted people in gospel music such as Gold City, the Kingsmen, Greater Vision, Booth Brothers, Crabb Family, Florida Boys, Allison Durham-Spear and many others. Matt met his wife, Cindy, not long after arriving in Florida. They were soon married and today live in Marion with their daughters, Bethany Paige and Brylee Nicole. Matt continues to sing not only with his solo ministry but with a male trio out of the southern Illinois area. The trio is called 'One Voice' and the founding members are Bryan Cowling, Darrell Marshall and Matt himself. In October of 2006, Darrell Marshall left the group to pursue his solo ministry. Replacing Darrell was a gentleman out of Anna, IL named John Nimmo. They have a great, tight, three-part harmony that you just don't find everyday. Matt has dedicated his life to God and daily strives for His will in his life. He is just finishing up his very first solo CD at Three Angels Broadcasting studios and expects to have it completed by mid-July. God is truly working in Matt's ministry by presenting opportunities for Matt to share his testimony in verse and in song. Please pray for God to have his way and continue to minister and save souls through this ministry.