Gospel Trail Group
– I have been involved with church and music since I was very young. Then in 1982
I had a life changing experience and met my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Through much prayer and wanting to seek only
what God's will was to be for me, God showed me to use the talent He had given me to glorify Him and to do what it says in
(Matthew 28:19) to take the gospel to all nations. God has inspired me to write, sing and minister the truth from His Holy
Scriptures and I am very blessed and honored that He has allowed me to do so. Join us on the trail to everlasting life.
Margaret – I have been playing with Gospel Trail since its inception
back in 2003. Even though I had been in secular bands for many years, my true fulfillment as a musician and a person
came when I began to play and sing for the Lord. In life, I believe that God puts you exactly where He wants you to
be. He has placed me in this group so that I can share His wonderful message with others. There is nothing more rewarding
than presenting His word in song and touching someone’s heart as only His music can.
I became a Christian in 1996. I started playing bass in 1997. It was at that time
that I turned my focus to use the gift God had given me for His service in gospel music ministry. Since then, I have
dedicated myself to the Lord's work in gospel music! I love to play for the Lord and to minister to people through song!
Jerry - I
started playing steel guitar at age 9 and stayed with it for a couple of years and then moved to the drums until 1978. I
accepted Christ in 1988 and started playing the guitar for the church in 1990. I picked up the steel once again in 2008
and it was at that time I decided to use the talent the Lord had given me for His service. I came to Gospel Trail in
2011. It has been a true blessing to me to present the gospel message in this form to so many people.
Our two "special blessings"
- Mark's wife, Connie and Margaret's husband, Cesar.
They are an integral part of our ministry. Connie is our sound person and Cesar helps with loading, unloading, setting up
and tearing down.