About Ralph Freeman album cover

A native of Atlanta, Georgia, Ralph Freeman earned his Bachelor of Science degree with a major in Mathematics and minor in Physics from Morehouse College. After spending nine years in marketing with the IBM Corporation, God led him into full-time music ministry. His Christian witness, through song, has been a vital part of his lifestyle since 1980. For five years he sang with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Chorus under the direction of the late Robert Shaw. Then God opened opportunities for him to sing in a broad range of settings across the United States and in many other countries. Ralph's three sons, two daughters and grandson bring a lot of joy to his life. His wife passed away in 2011.

Ralph led the music in a pilgrimage to Israel and sang special solos in Bethlehem, at the Garden Tomb, on the Sea of Galilee, at the Jordan River, in Jerusalem, Jericho and Capernaum. He was a guest soloist at World Methodist Conferences in Honolulu, Hawaii and Brighton, England. He was the featured soloist on Friendship Force tours in Gelsenkirschen, West Germany, Newcastle, England and Seoul, South Korea. He also sang while on Mission Tours in Monterrey, Mexico, Ghana, West Africa and Niteroi, Brazil.

His U.S. opportunities include solo appearances on national television, as well as concert performances in more than forty states. Today his ministry continues to thrive with new opportunities to share the gospel through Song and Word. On February 4, 2010 he was guest soloist at the National Prayer breakfast in Washington, DC, and sang following the President's address.

Since 1998 Song Sermon Ministries, Inc. has enabled Ralph to share the "Good News" through a unique presentation of hymns, current-day songs and thematic messages. This fresh approach to proclaiming the Gospel has become his primary focus in Sunday worship services, evangelistic meetings and special events throughout the world.

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