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Takin' it to the Streets! USA

Living out of a van most of the year, Howie and Debbie play in coffeehouses, parks, city markets, county fairs, home concerts, open mics and any place to pull out the instruments and share music.

Singer-songwriter Howie draws on his 40+ years of musical expertise with guitar and performance to attract an audience. His guitar rhythms are fueled by a passion for music coupled with a passion for Jesus, as he attracts the ear of both young and old. Debbie, a fashion designer & former model, embellishes Howie's guitar playing with a variety of percussion and backing vocals. Her winsome personality and transparent faith often attracts the curious and provides the opportunity for further dialog.

Together, this couple seeks opportunities to minister and bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to any community.

Howard and Deb’s territory is the continental U.S. as they travel in and out of their van, relying on the Holy Spirit to find sanctuary for them. They’re perfectly suited for this unique ministry borne out by their passion for gritty one-on-one evangelism.

Webb, Videographer, Tucker, GA 2008

With their professional musical ability, they could play any blues club in the world. Yet, they offer their gifts at the foot of the cross.

Keith Harris, Pastor

WCC Director of Coffee House - Waynesboro, VA 2009

Howie and Debbie go where most church ministries do not go--namely to the ‘highways and hedges.’ They sniff out local public places such as parks, campgrounds, and coffee venues--anywhere that people may be who may not frequent a church on Sundays. Howie and Debbie are sensitive to the Holy Spirit evidenced in their sensitivity to people. They read people well and share the Good News of Jesus in a most natural and unforced manner.

Pastor Dan Tourangeau

Desert Springs Covenant Church - Pasco, WA

The result? Changed lives, hearts softened and love poured out. We are honored to have them minister to us.

Rob Howells, Director of Development

Union Gospel Mission - Portland, OR 2011