The Jimmy Justice Family has a great heritage in Southern Gospel Music. Jimmy and Louise each sang with their families from early ages. Each of their three daughters; Sandra, Gloria, and Marsha began singing at the early ages of three. They started singing in their small home church, Mountain Home Baptist, in Edneyville, NC. Gradually they began to get more and more invitations to other churches and other various places to sing.
In 1974, they recorded their first album with Tri-State Recording Company in Kingsport, TN. The album was titled "Living on Higher Ground". The album featured such songs as Living on Higher Ground, Joshua, and Oh, How I Love Jesus.
In 1975, Jimmy preached his first sermon and still continues to preach revival services. Louise and "The Girls" have always gone with him and sang at each meeting. Jimmy accepted Pastorate of Fellowship Baptist Church in 1979 and still, after 34 years, continues to be their pastor.
Jimmy and Louise have seven grandchildren; Shawn, Nathan, Kaleb, Kayla, Hannah, Aaron, and Leah. They sing and play several instruments ranging from Saxophone, Piano, Cello, Harmonica, Flute, Mandolin, Clarinet, Violin, Organ and Guitar. They have also been featured on several of their singing productions.
Louise has written several songs with the Little Sheep Publishing Company of which she is the owner. Her song He is not Here, He is Risen was released nationally to over 1200 radio stations on Capitol's Label ( Vol. 21, Cut #8 ) in 1999. Another of her songs titled Come Up Hither was released with Lighthouse Hits on radio compilation (Vol. 22, Cut #4 ). The Justice Family also released the song Sing for the Savior is Born on Capitol's Christmas radio compilation (Vol. 34, Cut# 13 ) in 2000. I Have Hope, written by gospel music legend Dottie Rambo, was released on Lighthouse Hits in 2003. ( Vol. 32, Cut# 7 ).
The Jimmy Justice Family Celebrated 30 years on the road in 2003, with the release of their project "The Jimmy Justice Family: 30th Anniversary" and with a singing at their local High School with good friends, The Inspirations.
In 2005 the family released "We Sing Because". This CD featured the song written by Squire Parsons, "I Sing Because". Also featured is a song by Ila Knight titled, "What A Morning." This song was sent to over 1400 radio stations on Crossroads July Compilation Cut #1. This song hit the Southern Gospel Top 80 Charts at #74.
At the request of their fans, the Justice Family took two of their older projects, "The 23rd Psalm" and "A Family Tradition" and placed them on a double-disc set called "By Request".
The Lord has blessed this family and used them to reach many souls and we know that they will be a blessing to you at one of their concerts.
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