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Phil Driscoll


Mighty Horn Ministries

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Mighty Horn Ministries

P.O. Box 3910

Eatonton, Georgia,31024

United States

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Baylor University

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Phil Driscoll - Book Phil Driscoll for your Corporate Events, Fund Raisers [cached]

Phil Driscoll
To book artists and talent such as Phil Driscoll for your corporate event, private party, fundraiser, or club, just use our Talent Request Form or Contact us. Philip Allen Driscoll was born on November 9, 1947, the son of evangelists James Allen and Ruth Driscoll. When Phil Driscoll was a freshman at Baylor University he formed Baylor's first jazz band. His second year found him recording his debut album with the noted Stockholm Symphony Orchestra. A Touch of Trumpet immediately became a best seller for Word Records. As a senior at Baylor, he won more than a dozen rounds of the CBS talent search series The All American College Bowl, winning over Karen and Richard Carpenter in the final competition. By the time he was finished with college he was appearing on "Merv Griffin," "The Steve Allen Show," "The Della Reese Show" and, the show of all shows, "The Ed Sullivan Show." An accomplished composer and writer, early in his music career, Phil collaborated with such artists as Stephen Stills, .38 Special, Blood, Sweat & Tears and Leon Russell. Phil has received a Grammy Award and another Grammy nomination, four Dove Awards, seven Reader's Choice awards, as well as numerous other recognition's of his talents and ministry. Phil has released albums launching him into most every category of music. His instrumental releases of Classic Hymns, Volume One and Volume Two, and Celebrate Freedom gave him the opportunity to work with the London National Philharmonic Orchestra and perform some of the greatest and most time-sustaining music ever composed. Celebrate Freedom incorporated his instrumental and vocal ability in one of the best-selling patriotic recordings ever produced. The Selah series, Volume One and Volume Two, was released through his private label, Most High Music, which specializes in releasing music which has been produced spontaneously, and shows the improvisational and jazz renderings he is capable of. The Picture Changes and The Inner Man, as well as A Different Man, offer the contemporary side of the spectrum with a range from up-tempo rock to heart-felt ballads. A Different Man produced a number one single, Christ Remains. Road to Jerusalem was selected as the theme song for the Jerusalem 3000 Celebration in Israel. In 1996 Phil built his own state-of-the-art recording studio, Most High Studios, on a 24-acre farm on the outskirts of Cleveland, Tennessee. The studio was designed to provide a place where music could be recorded in a pure environment. His November 1996 release, All Glory, All Honor, was recorded there, and contains the widest array of what his ministry represents. The Ministry. In what could be termed as one of the defining moments in Phil Driscoll's life, he was three or four years old and his parents were ministering in Lancaster, Texas. Phil was singing a hymn and playing his little horn and a woman came up to the stage and slumped over in tearful prayer. When the child had finished the song he turned to his mother and said, "She came up here while I was playing. His mother replied, "And as long as you are walking with Jesus, Phil, there will be many more." Phil Driscoll spent several years running from his God-ordained purpose. In 1978 destiny reigned and he returned to the Lord and began searching for his place in God's work. In 1982 he founded Mighty Horn Ministries, in Cleveland, Tennessee, to organize his efforts to take Jesus Christ to all the world. Currently, Phil makes more than 250 appearances annually, touring literally across continents, with performances from South America to Europe to Russia. He has tried to reach everyone he can with his music in an effort to usher them into the presence of the Lord. He has ministered to world leaders by performing at two National Prayer Services in Washington, DC, prior to presidential Inauguration Ceremonies. He has also ministered in this manner for Dole's Election campaign, the Tom Skinner Memorial Leadership Conference and the Horatio Algers Awards. In 1996 Phil answered the calling to take the good news into the world via television. The Voice of Praise, his venture into television ministry, is receiving favorable reviews from Christian broadcasters. It airs world-wide on the Inspiration Network (INSP) via satellite as well as in Florida, Texas and Georgia. The television show offers a different look at Christianity and has special appeal for the 'unchurched" person, as well as the Christian community. Phil possesses an intense determination to communicate the relevancy of God to a humanistic society. With his instrumental music, he has successfully traversed denominational, cultural and language barriers, and with his vocal efforts, he has bridged pop with Christian. "My basis in operation is that if you have a message, the best way to get it out is to go to the masses with it, and not stay huddled in one niche," he explains.

JRMCPAs :: Supreme Court won't review case disallowing minister's parsonage allowance for 2nd home [cached]

Philip A. Driscoll was an ordained minister who worked for Mighty Horn Ministries, Inc., later known as Phil Driscoll Ministries, Inc.
Mr. Driscoll's employer was a Code Sec. 501(c)(3) organization exempt from tax under Code Sec. 501(a). From '96 through '99, Driscoll and his wife owned a principal residence as well as a lakeside home. The Driscolls argued that the only limitation in the Code was that a property be used as a residence by a minister, a condition that Mr. Driscoll met for both properties.

AllChurch - share the spirit [cached]

Phil Driscoll: The Mighty Horn
Michael D Severson AllChurch's Pastor

Phil Driscoll
Phil Driscoll founded Mighty Horn Ministries, a non-profit organization, in 1982. Since then he has travelled the world, bringing the Good News of the Gospel to those near and far and spreading the knowledge and revelation of the power of sound to affect your world. Phil has been blessed to be able to take the message and the music to many prisons, churches, crusades, and numerous other mission fields across the globe. Sow a seed today and help Phil continue to do all that God has called him to do--to touch and change lives and empower men and women of every age with revelation of the power of sound.

:: The Official Website of Chris Bethel & Page Two Productions 2005 :: [cached]

In addition to his personal ministry and work, Chris also travels and ministers with his friend and mentor, Phil Driscoll of MightyHorn Ministries.

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