Gospel vocalist Marvia Providence has done something very few Gospel artists have been able to do; she has pierced the mainstream by bringing her island rhythms and fresh sounds to the music scene. Marvia was eight years old when she discovered her talent as a gospel artist. However it was in 1985, when she fully committed her life to Christ Jesus, that her spirit was caught up with her mission for the international community and the universal body of Christ. It was music that led her to find her own voice in the vast arena of gospel, thrusting her into what is now a growing and successful ministry.

Marvia’s musical style is heavily influenced by the warm sounds of the Caribbean to the traditional sounds of Southern Gospel. Her soulful and sometimes raspy voice has woven its way through the tapestry of gospel music, weaving a picture of hope and passion for her listeners. This is attested to by her numerous awards and achievements. As an anointed Evangelist, Marvia has ministered the gospel and shared the stage in several conferences with other great ministers such as Eddy Long, John Francis, Pastor Shirley Caesar, Sheryl Brady. and many other great men and women of God. Marvia knew her future was bright at her prime age and would always be at the fore-front. But little did she know that it would be from her own ministry. Her determined aspiration to take the Word of God to all nations plus the inclination of not to fail but fulfill the divine commission upon her life has given her a singular hope which is to continue to impact and touch lives through her music industry.