Joy Break: Tiny Tots Preach and Praise

By Nancy Flory Published on April 30, 2020

When we turn on our televisions or smart phones we are bombarded with news that brings us down. Where are all the good stories? They’re still there. Here’s one that we hope will bless you.

Amazin, 6, Grace, 4, and Mercy, 2, have been singing and praising God since they were little babies.

In a now-viral video, Grace is preaching and her sisters are praising God and providing background vocals. “God is a superhero!” Grace preaches. “I love God! He is my angel. I love God. A superhero, because God is everything in my life. Amen!” Her sisters clap their hands. “God is a good God!” Grace continues. Then the girls break into singing with “I Came to Tell You.” The video has been shared 50,000 times and has 6,000 comments.

Their mom, Harmony Love told The Stream that the preaching and singing is a constant in her home. Grace in particular wakes up and goes to bed singing or preaching. Harmony decided one day to record it and post it on Facebook. “She just kept talking about the blood of Jesus and how Jesus is able to do all things because He’s her hero, her superhero. He’s got all power. ‘I don’t care what it is, He can do it for you. … you just gotta believe, you just got to have faith.'”

Harmony wanted to share the girls’ singing and preaching with others who couldn’t attend a drive-in church service. “For those of you who can’t make it to drive in church … the girls are bringing drive in church to you,” she posted on Facebook.

A Heritage of Faith

Without the girls’ grandparents, none of this would have been possible, Harmony explains. Harmony’s parents, Mary and Willie Evans, are strong Christians who constantly prayed for their daughter when she stepped away from the faith several years ago. “I was out of control. … But they kept the faith and they never stopped praying for me and they never stopped believing that God would change me.” It’s because of their prayers that Harmony has a renewed relationship with Christ and is able to pass that faith down to her children. “My kids wouldn’t know the information they know without me,” Harmony said. “And I wouldn’t know that without my mom and my dad.”

The response to the girls’ video amazes Harmony. “When I’m reading through [the comments] it makes me cry.” People have asked to join their “church.” “We don’t have a church. … They’re asking these questions, like ‘When’s the next service and what time does it start?'” Harmony thought, “Okay, so this is really a thing now.”

Harmony says she doesn’t know what the girls will do next. “To be honest, I’m just going to let them be them, let them continue to be kids and do what they do and record them as I’ve been doing and see where it goes.”



Nancy Flory is an associate editor at The Stream. You can follow her @NancyFlory3, and follow The Stream @Streamdotorg.

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