name is Terry Coleman. In July, 2005 at the age of 54, I sang hymns for 40 hours
and 17 minutes, 849 songs, to become the first person to sing hymns for a world
record in the Book of Alternative Records and Record Holders Republic. I did this
singing marathon to bring awareness to the plight of the homeless.
Give Up, Don't Give In - A True Story of the Struggles of a World Record Hymn
Singer is my testimony and has just been published. I plan to give a percentage
of my profits to agencies that help the homeless - The National Coalition
for the Homeless, the Samaritan House, the Denver Rescue Mission, and Season to
Hallelujah! I believe with God, all things are possible.
was featured in Ripley's Believe It Or Not - Expect the Unexpected in 2006.
A Ripley's cartoon of me was produced and distri- buted around the
world in February 2006.
My feat was also featured in The National Examiner
magazine in May, 2006.
I have appeared on Daystar Television Network, the
Hope Channel and I have been interviewed on the radio.