Allison King was born on November 12th on the beautiful Caribbean island of Trinidad. She began singing at the age of 6, taking part in musical school programs. She spent her teenage years competing in national competitions, as lead female vocalist with local bands, background vocals with local entertainers, then actively involved with a youth outreach music ministry.
Although she comes from a family of ordained ministers, worship leaders, and music ministers, Allison experienced her own personal encounter with the Lord at age 18.
Allison immigrated to the United States in 1990, but was not involved in church and had many difficulties as a young adult, but was always sure of God's guidance in her life. She began to attend services, again, but felt restless. Allison felt there was more she should be doing for the Kingdom and earnestly sought the Lord about His purpose for her life. In answer to her prayer, God led her to Miller Evangelical in 2004, where she joined the choir while simultaneously singing with another local choir, led by Sam Taitt, the brother of Pastor Emeritus, Bowles Taitt.
In 2007, Allison was appointed the Minister of Music, where she threw herself into her role. She has headed a talented team of facilitators in conducting music workshops for Miller Evangelical and some of their sister churches.
She has also served as worship leader at Churches of Christ in Christian Union's ministerial conferences, Mount of Praise Camp in Circleville, Ohio, and at the Northeast District Council Camp Meetings in Port Crane, NY.
In 2015, Allison traveled to Barbados to be part of a conference, where she conducted a worship workshop.
Allison believes that music, like all things, is created by the Father and is a powerful medium to spread God's word when properly and responsibly used.
Worship music should first be theologically sound, it should encourage the believer and evangelize to the unsaved.
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