Arissie Taylor, a native of South Florida, sang in her school and church choir as a youth and continued to sing the gospel as an adult. Her parents, Bishop Dr. Semmie and Doris Taylor, instilled the love of God in her at an early age. The most important question of her life was asked by her father, “Do you want to be God’s little girl or the devil’s little girl”? At the tender age of 7 she made the decision to be God’s little girl. And the journey began… As she continued to blossom and embarked on this journey, she reached another level in Christ. The hidden gifts began to awaken. She currently serves as serves alongside her husband, Bishop Larry G. Taylor, Sr. (who would not let this dream die). She is supported by her family, friends and the prayers of the congregation at Jesus Ministries Family Worship Center, Miramar Florida. Although she had never been in a studio before, God kept pressing, pulling, increasing and empowering her. She was determine to wait on His timing. At 64 years old, her music is not traditional but she sings what she hears from God. The road was rough, the going was tough and there were many hills to climb; but with humility, commitment and grace she never gave up and the next best secret is hitting the airwaves with, “Somebody’s Watching”! To God Be the Glory!!