This family group is known for their tight family harmony, strong vocals and anointed singing.
JM&F have released their first national project through Chapel Valley. JM&F has found a home on the Chapel Valley label. Their first national radio single, "There Is A Remedy" written by Annie McRae, through Chapel Valley has been officially released. Please, call your local radio station and request this timely song! Chapel Valley Compilation 49, Disc A, #8.
Not only does this family group sing, Judith plays the piano while Megan and Graham pump out the sweet notes on dual trumpets for an Instrumental song during their program.
Judith has been writing songs since she was a child. Her daughter, Megan, is following in her footsteps. Judith penned (2) original songs and Megan (1) on their newest Chapel Valley project titled, "Thank God".
When you schedule this anointed Southern Gospel trio to come minister, they minister with their own sound equipment and a professional sound engineer, Judith's husband, Marold, to give you high quality concerts. You can schedule their ministry on a Free Will love offering basis.
JM&F has had the honor of singing in the following States: IN, MI, OH, KY, TN, VA, FL, IL, WI, MO, NC, and SC.
Judith had the privilege of singing a Solo at the Capitol Building in Indianapolis by leading the song "God Bless America" for the House of Representatives.
Last year, JM&F traveled over 14,000 miles ministering for God and booked over 100 dates. JM&F mostly sing 45 minute concerts in Churches, gymnasiums, or outdoors. Additionally, JM&F have sung for Revivals, Weddings, Banquets, Fairs, Funerals, and special occasions.
Late November and December will find this family group singing Christmas concerts.
Check out the projects recorded by JM&F located in their store.
Listed below are the individual biography's of each member of Judith Montgomery & Family. Please, take the time to get to know them on a personal basis
Name: Marold Montgomery
Birthday: December 29
Residence: Shoals IN
Martial Status: Married to Judith Montgomery
Anniversary: September 1st
Ministry Involvement: Judith Montgomery & Family Driver & Sound Man
Salvation Experience: I was saved at a young age and have attended church all of my life.
Favorite Color: Blue
Singing History: "I do not sing. I've always stated that if I were to sing, it would put my family out of the singing business."
Work History: I work full time at my family's print shop. My Grandfather started the printing business and my dad and uncle have continued the legacy. Judith and I have a farm that I maintain with the help of Graham; 40 head of cattle and 100 free-range chickens. I put up 150 round bales of hay this year.
Something others might not know about me? I love to deer hunt and fish. We process our own deer. Since I live just a few miles from my work in the country, I get to drive my 4-wheeler to work every day.
Name: Judith Montgomery
Birthday: November 20
Residence: Shoals IN
Marital Status: Married to Marold Montgomery for 27 years.
Ministry Involvement: Started JM&F ministry over (20) years ago as a Soloist. I sing lead, alto and soprano, Chapel Valley songwriter and Booking Manager.
Salvation Experience: I too was saved at a young age. I was also raised in a Christian home and have been in Church all of my life.
Favorite Scripture: Psalms 104:33 "I will sing unto the Lord as long as I live; I will sing praise to my God while I have my being."
Favorite Color: Red
Singing History: My Dad and Mom sang in local Revivals before and after I was born. I was raised in a home that listened to and sang Southern Gospel Music and that was all the music I knew growing up. I fell in love with it!! I can remember begging God to teach me how to play the piano also. Over the years, God has granted me my request. When I was first married, a local singing group needed a piano/keyboard player and I was introduced to them by my husband's cousin. When they found out I could sing also, I was placed into the group as a soprano vocalist also. This started the journey to my solo ministry and eventually my family singing group. I previously sang in (3) local groups before God called me out to sing as a soloist. The first (2) singing groups disbanded due to job or family related issues. When I answered the call to sing Solo, I had no other reason to leave the group I was in other than God's calling. This was a very hard decision but I knew God's calling. My daughter Megan was so attached to the lead singer; she called him Grandpa. God has been so faithful to me over the years. I can remember people asking to come and sing with me to form a new group and every time I would pray about it, God always said "no". I was obedient to his voice. I never dreamed that I would be singing as a trio with my own children down the road of life. I am so grateful and greatly blessed to have my family singing ministry!
Work History: I am employed by Martin County as a full time Office Manager/Secretary for the Purdue Extension - Martin County.
Something that others might not know about me: I love to go 4-wheeling in the woods.
Name: Megan Montgomery
Birthday: January 22
Age: 24 years old
Residence: Shoals IN
Marital Status: Single
Ministry Involvement: Sing lead, alto and some soprano; Chapel Valley songwriter, Media Manager
Salvation Experience: I was 12 years old when I met the Lord! Through walking with Him, God has been drawing me closer to Him daily.
Favorite Scripture: "Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him and He shall direct thy paths."
Favorite Color: Maroon & Teal
Singing History: I began singing when I was 3 1/2 years old with the simple song of "Jesus Loves Me." Through my family's encouragement to sing, my love turned into a passion for ministry in song and word. Other opportunities as a Solo worship leader have arose over the past few years which started developing singular skills of leadership.
Education: Graduated from Oakland City University in 2014 with a Bachelor's Degree in Elementary Ed and (all grade) Special Ed.
Work History: Employed as an employee of Joe Mama's Pizza, Petersburg, IN, during my college years. My first job after grad was teaching at KidStuff Preschool for two years in Loogootee IN. I am currently employed through North Lawrence Community Schools as a Resource Teacher for Needmore and Springville Elementary Schools.
Something others might not know about me: I am prone to receive Dum Dums, kids cups, coins, balloons, stickers, coloring books and much more due to my "appeared fountain of youth." Even at my job as a teacher, I am overlooked as a student.
I am always ready to give my I.D. when needed. . . which is often.
Name: Graham Montgomery
Birthday: October 24
Marital Status: Single
Ministry Involvement: Sing baritone and some lead.
Salvation Experience: I was saved at Gnawbone camp when I was 12 years old.
Favorite Scripture: John 3:16 "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son that whosoever believeth on Him should not perish but have everlasting life."
Favorite Color: John Deere Green
Singing History: I was around 8 years old when I started singing lead on one song in my mom's concerts. My voice went through the "change" and I had to be pulled for a couple of years while Mom and Megan continued to sing duet. When I was 15 years old, mom decided that it was time to learn how to harmonize as well as sing lead. This was not an easy task but the practice has paid off! My time in the Chapel Valley Studio was a wonderful teaching experience! I now sing with my mom and sister the full concert as a trio. This makes my Mom very happy! She loves harmony.
Education: I am a Senior at the Shoals High School.
Work History: I have worked during the Summer at my Dad's family's print shop. I help my Dad on our farm.
Something others might not know about me: I love to hunt, fish and be outdoors. I have a dream of going to VU to get a degree as a John Deere Tech. I love John Deere tractors.
Name: Justin Montgomery
Birthday: September 2
Marital Status: Single and not looking yet. :)
Ministry Involvement: I am the youngest of Marold & Judith's children. When I choose to sing, I sing a few choruses at our concerts.
Salvation Experience: I was saved at our home church.
Favorite Color: Blue
Something others might not know about me: I love policemen, firefighters and ambulance drivers. When we pass a policeman while we are out traveling I tell my family, there goes my boss!
THOUGHTS OF OUR MINISTRY:
Thank you for sharing your musical talent with us at the Indiana Gideons State Convention. We truly appreciated your effort to be with us. I really enjoyed your family and the music! I know many others did, as well. I pray God will continue to use you to reach people for Christ and to encourage those whose journey has already begun.
Gideon's Indiana State Vice President
"Thank you so much. We really appreciate you! Thank you for being friendly. It means so when workers associate with the people." -Mary Harmon, Hanover, IN
Thank you so much for blessing us tonight with your gift of song! You sounded beautiful and we enjoyed the presence of the Lord as you ministered grace and the joy of Christmas to us. It was refreshing to see a Christian family operating the way God intends. We love you and hope to host you again soon.
Christ Community Fellowship
Thank you for having a heart like Jesus - willing... obedient... faithful... YOU ARE APPRECIATED.
Thank you for everything.
The Grantsburg Community Church
We were blessed by your ability to come to our services and bless us with songs. We realize it is a sacrifice to leave home sometimes, but God rewards you and others by your ministry.
We deeply appreciate all of you. Pray you have many fruitful years of service.
In His service,
Morris & Anita &
Christian’s Missionary Church of Carefree
It was a privilege to listen to your music and a real honor to chat with your daughter and son afterwards at Putnam Christian Church! It is obvious that you have an extreme love for our Lord!
Thank you again!
GOD BLESS YOU ALL!
In His love,
What a joy it was to meet you and your beautiful family at Dover Hill this weekend. What a blessing you and Megan were to our services and to me. May God continue His anointing on your ministry, and may God grant that our paths will cross again.
Judith Montgomery & Family