Recording artist Terry Liverman began singing in church at age five and has continued to use her voice in worship ever since. She is one of four children in a tight-knit family. Her mother, Johnetta Foreman, and father, Elder Neil Foreman, instilled a life-long love of music and encouraged her to use her gifts to sing the praises of her Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. As a young woman, Terry became the evangelist host of “Daily Bread Broadcast” on WGPL 1350 AM on the Willis Broadcasting Network in Norfolk, VA. Career highlights include guest speaking at the Gospel Music Workshop of America in Kansas City, MO, singing on the Word Network Christian Station’s Bobby Jones Gospel Show, and being featured in a singing advertisement for the Stellar Award Winning radio station “Rejoice 100.9.” Terry is also a former Stellar Award Nominee with Earl Bynum and the gospel group “As We Are” and has taken her ministry on tours to Italy and Switzerland. Terry resides in Virginia Beach with her husband of 36 years, Elder Willie Liverman, Sr. Their son, Will Liverman, Jr., is an internationally acclaimed opera singer.