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The Gunter Bros

Joined Mar 6 2012
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Plantation, FL 33324
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The Gunters are a group of brothers that God has chosen to use as vessels to spread his word and to do his will. These brothers were born on the pew, as their father, Bishop Neville Gunter and mother, Evangelist Yvonne Gunter, raised them in the fear of the Lord and the ways of the master.


The group was originally comprised of four, but their eldest brother, Neville Gunter Jr, is presently serving in the military and stationed in Kuwait. Singing was a family pastime, birthed through family prayer meetings and bible study. Eventually, they started singing in the church together and served faithfully on the choir for each assembly they attended. However, it was when they started to attend Pentecostal Tabernacle of North Miami in 1997, that their ministry would be taken to the next level. They didn't take long to get involved in ministry and at a Mother's day service in 2001, their gift was on full display as they gave a stirring rendition of Shirley Cesar's hit song "I remember Mama".


From there their ministry blossomed and their gift indeed made room for them. 6 years later on November 3, 2007, The Gunters had their first live recording, held at Pentecostal Tabernacle International, Miami, Fl. It was an amazing night, as these vessels ministered in a mighty way with original songs birthed through prayer and real life experiences. This past November, The Gunters released their first demo, which has received rave reviews and critical acclaim.


They are presently working on their debut album entitled, "More than Conquerors". These young men are truly anointed and destined for greatness. Although they are far from perfect, they strive for holiness and realize that they are sinners saved by grace. Through pain, heartache, and rejection these brothers have persevered and are determined to fulfill their God-given purpose. It is safe to say they are truly 'More than Conquerors

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