Pastor Ivor Myers
was part of the mid-1990s hip-hop group the Boogie Monsters, and signed to EMI Records.
The Boogie Monsters got three and a half mics on The Source Magazine album review (one of the most prestigious magazines in the hip-hop scene) and shared the stage with Notorious B.I.G. and Busta Rhymes.
When Accepting the Adventist message, Pastor Myers
and his brother Sean walked away from their six figure recording contract to become ministers of the everlasting gospel.
Pastor Myers currently is the head pastor at the Templeton Hills Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Central California Conference and is co-director of Power of the Lamb Ministries and co-hosts the show Battles Of Faith on 3ABN with his wife Atonte.