This is from her website:
Vicki was born in a minister's family, where she wrote and sang her first song at the age of 5. At the young age of 17, Vicki entered bible school, and after two years, at age of 19, she accepted a Music Director's position near Baton Rouge , LA. , and it was during that time that Vicki recorded her first project. In 1994, Vicki entered into a recording agreement with the independent label, GIANT Records, where she released three projects that included such hits as: "The Mercy Seat", " Under The Blood," and "Something About My Praise.
Aside from the many services that Vicki ministers in every year, she makes time for missions work in her ministry. She has ministered in various parts of Africa, Europe and Asia . More importantly, Vicki Yohe Ministries has opened NEW DESTINY for CHILDREN an orphanage in Jinja , Uganda for children orphaned by the AIDS epidemic.
Today's Christian music is helping to make the knowledge of Christ accessible to a whole new generation, and Vicki feels blessed that God has allowed her to be one of His vessels
Vicki shared with us some of her very personal life’s trails and through it all she never stopped giving us the songs that up lifts your spirit and brings you closer to God. She truly uses the gift that the Lord has blessed her with to bless others.
I love this awesome woman of God because not only is she a great singer for Jesus she sings from her soul and spirit that take you just where you need to be in Jesus.
She is as real off stage as she is on stage, I saw her at one of T.D. Jakes Mega Fest and after she signed my CD and looked in my eyes. Then the next day I went to a steak house to have dinner and she was there with her family and she remembered me. That felt really good because I did not do anything special, only a Holy filled person can do that. So get her CD’s and go and read more about her on her website and if you can catch her live!! Amen
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