Eternal Voices
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Eternal Voices

Columbia, South Carolina, United States

Columbia, South Carolina, United States
Band R&B Gospel


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CD Single: "Is He Yours" 2006
CD Project: "From Pain To Praise" 2007
CD MaxiSingle: "While You Wait" 2009
CD Project: "Better, Stronger, & Closer" Summer 2009



The origin of this ministry took place on Independence Day 2002. This ministry began with the goal of radically reaching out to the unsaved through powerful song testimonies and letting them know that the only way to live the life of their dreams is by serving God.

Since Eternal Voices began, they have had the privilege of sharing their ministry with J. Moss, John P. Kee, Ayeisha Woods, Desmond Pringle and local greats such as John Lakin & YOAM, Regina Skeeters, David Carmichael & Exaltation, Double Portion, and many more.

The highlights of their ministry are the times they are allowed to sing for the homeless, imprisoned, persons in nursing homes, and other people who aren’t as fortunate as most. The only thing they hope for is that people desire a closer, more firm relationship with the Savior by lifting Him up and encouraging His people.

The membership of Eternal Voices currently consists of four radically, anointed young people who all individually place God at the number one spot in their lives.

The youngest member, Courtney Nichole Sabb, has a very strong soprano voice and is often compared to Kierra Sheard. She is a student at Columbia College majoring in Child and Family Studies.

The sisters, Tiffany Joyce and Siera Shaniece Wider, are often called the “Mary Mary” of the group, not only because they are sisters, but also because of the strong similarities they share with Tina and Erica. Tiffany has a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and is currently working on her teacher’s certification in Mathematics. She currently is employed with SCANA as an Application Developer. Siera is also a student at Columbia College studying Child and Family Studies, and she hopes to become a School Guidance Counselor.

The oldest member and only man, CoreyJ Nowell-Brown, is EV4’s “Kirk”. Often compared to Kirk Franklin, Corey adds to the group the ministry through speaking. All group members are singers, but it is CoreyJ’s inspiring words during song service that adds meaning to this work of art. Corey is an Accounting and Business Administration student at South University.

This group has been featured on several television recordings including CW-47’s J. Juice TV, WLTX’s Friends at Five, Preach the Word Worldwide Network, and The Best of the Low Country Jams.

For more information, visit Eternal Voices on the web at