The Judith Montgomery Family, is a Southern Gospel group from Shoals, Indiana. This is their 20th year as Professional Singers. The group consist of Judith and two of her children, Megan (22 years old) and Graham (15 years old). She also has a son, Justin (who is 7 years old). They attend an Independent Community Church in Shoals, IN when they are not out ministering. Judith's husband, Marold, runs sound at their concerts.
They have sang at the Capitol Building in Indianapolis leading the song God Bless America for the House of Representatives. They have also made a live TV performance on Channel 42 (TBN) out of Greenwood, Indiana.
Last year, they traveled over 11,000 miles ministering for God and had 150 dates. They mostly sing 45 minute concerts in Churches, Gymnasiums, Revivals, Banquets, Fairs, and special occasions.
They have recorded fourteen albums. Eleven of these albums are Southern Gospel Music and the other three are Christmas albums.
Judith was voted IGMA Female Soloist of the Year & Instrumentalist of the Year in 1996.
Here is what people are saying about their ministry:
"Thank you for having a heart like Jesus - willing... obedient... faithful... YOU ARE APPRECIATED. Thank you for everything." The Grantsburg Community Church "We were blessed by your ability to come to our services and bless us with songs. We realize it is a sacrifice to leave home sometimes, but God rewards you and others by your ministry. We deeply appreciate all of you. Pray you have many fruitful years of service. Thanks!"
In His service, Morris & Anita & Christian’s Missionary Church of Carefree "It was a privilege to listen to your music and a real honor to chat with your daughter and son afterwards at Putnam Christian Church! It is obvious that you have an extreme love for our Lord! Thank you again! GOD BLESS YOU ALL! "
In His love, Ken Herout What a joy it was to meet you and your beautiful family at Dover Hill this weekend. What a blessing you and Megan were to our services and to me. May God continue His anointing on your ministry, and may God grant that our paths will cross again."