We will like to profile a veteran Gospel musician, a pastor and an engineer.
David S. Sayndee, Jr. is a Liberian gospel musician. David began his ministry at a very young age, singing in his Country Monrovia, Liberia. He was raised under a strict Christian upbringing even though his father wasn’t really a Church goer. This discipline established a strong passion of service to God in David’s life. He has spent all his life as a devoted, and committed religious worker for 29 years.
He began singing at age 7 when he did his first solo during his graduation from kindergarten in 1986. His passion and love for music and ministry grew as he grew up, singing in his neighborhood and imitating popular artists. He started singing in the senior choir at the age of 9 in 1988. At age 12 David became music director at the same Church, the Four Square Gospel Church in Jacob’s Town Paynesville, Monrovia, Liberia where he grew up. He began playing the keyboard as his main instrument at age 15 at the Evangel Temple Evangelistic Lutheran Church served as worship leader. He served as Minister of music in several Churches, the Living Faith Church World Wide( Winner’s Chapel) head quarters in Monrovia, Liberia, WA and the Arlington Christian Bible Fellowship in Arlington Texas, USA. He also served as assistant music director at the First Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Monrovia Liberia, WA and worship Pastor at the Kindom Harvest Ministries in Portland, Oregon. Currently David is the Minister of Music and Arts at the Mt. Moriah Missionary Baptist Church in Matthews, North Carolina and also serves as one of the Associate Pastors.
He recorded his first album titled: Crazy for Jesus.
David worked with few music groups and choirs in Liberia, some of them are the National Evangelical mass choir, The New Life Mission Choir where he served as chief musician and keyboardist, and several others. He is a gospel recording Artist, a music producer, an author of two books and an ordained and Liscenced Pastor. He is married and blessed with four children.