Seeking, Believing, are two words that describe the heart of each individual that make up Sounds of Victory. Knowing that God is the giver of all gifts and abilities, he placed that desire in each of their hearts to use that talent for his honor and glory. Through much prayer, trusting God and being obedient to his will, their desires became reality and the results have been limitless. Coming together from diverse backgrounds, and a love for all different styles of music, God molded this group into what it is today: Individuals with a great calling to serve the Lord through their talents and testimonies. With such a calling, comes a desire to see more people come to know Jesus as their personal savior, and a greater responsibility of seeing that happen. With success from radio, fan status has grown immensely. They won the 2006 Diamond Award for Sunrise Group of the Year, and were invited to perform at the first ever Christian oriented Christmas concert that was held at and sponsored by Carnegie Hall in New York City. This was a great accomplishment for them, but before all the awards and radio releases, this ministry focuses on one thing; presenting Jesus Christ and His Gospel. They deem the souls that have received salvation a lot higher than any reward man could give. Through their ministry, Sov have seen thousands of souls brought to salvation, lifestyles changed and hearts touched by God. When in concert, having a band brings a new kind of honesty to the sound and makes what they do on stage that much purer to the vision they had originally. This is the desire to present the gospel using their singing, professionalism and pursuit of excellence to connect with an audience through the message of Gods love, grace and forgiveness. "It is our sincere desire to carry the gospel no matter what the cost. He has blessed us beyond what we could have ever imagined, but we know it's not over yet...this is only the beginning!" "Now unto him, who is able to do exceeding, abundantly, above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us." Eph. 3:20.