Nite Line – Friday, April 27, 2018 – Aaron and Victoria Bowlin

Gwen and Wade Hall welcome their good friends Victoria and Aaron Bowlin back to Nite Line to share the testimonies they witnessed as volunteers in summer camp.

Victoria Bowlin is a powerful singer, songwriter, author, and speaker, as well as a licensed minister in the Church of God. Originally hailing from West Columbia, South Carolina, she grew up traveling and singing extensively with her family’s Southern Gospel trio, the Shireys, and participating in tent revivals held by her late grandmother, Evangelist Mamie L. Clark. She first used a microphone at two years-old, replaced her uncle in the family trio at eleven, and recorded her first five original songs at fifteen.

Since marrying, she has engaged upon a very rewarding solo career, being honored with several awards, as well as being asked to sing at the National Quartet Convention and the Gatlinburg Gathering – twice! Her husband, Aaron Bowlin, is also a licensed minister in the Church of God denomination, having been called to the ministry at a young age and finally heeding to the call in 2009. While he was born in Millers Creek, North Carolina, he accepted the position of youth leader at Crossfire United Methodist Church in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, in 2010. Since their wedding day, Victoria and Aaron have ministered jointly through their Bowlin Ministries.

Together, they bring Christ’s message of hope through word and song. Their ministry focuses on the healing, deliverance, salvation, and restoration of the human race. Tune in tonight to be blessed with their tremendous testimonies, as well as Victoria’s award-winning singing!

Guest Contact Information: Victoria and Aaron Bowlin