Godchild is a unique mold of music, ministry, and passion packed with a burst of energy.
Seven years ago having never rapped a day in his life Jordan Anglin heard the voice of God say to him “I WANT YOU TO RAP THE GOSPEL FOR ME”. Jordan then began to make excuse after excuse about how he couldn’t do what the Lord had asked of him, but God quickly shut down all his excuses and Jordan was left with one last question. “Well God all my family and friends call me J.D. I cannot use that name” God quickly replied “CALL YOURSELF GODCHILD; I WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU”. The excuses had run out and Jordan was left with a C.D. of instrumentals produced by his brother Church Boy Jay and the name Godchild.
Godchild was raised in the church by both his parents Jonathan and Marye in the small town of Haines City, Fl in which they are now the Pastors of Tabernacle of Praise Christian Center located in Winter Haven, FL (www.top-worship.org). Yes, he is a P.K. and he is very active in the ministry with his hand in a lot of ministries from youth leader, to playing the bass guitar, to heading up the media and television ministry and more. As you can see God has gifted Godchild with many gifts and talents but now Godchild is ready to move into what God has chosen him to do. Under his Pastors and brother Godchild began to develop his unique style of leading worship and combining his energy and rap style to the stage. This is what brought about Godchild & G.M. which is a of young people from all walks of life who are not afraid to express their spiritual beliefs across different platforms using all types of musical genres.
Godchild is very passionate about ministry, and on stage you can not only hear it but you can see it with every movement. For the past seven years Godchild & G.M. have been singing and rapping all over the state of Florida and beyond in what he calls ministry training. " I thank God for allowing me the chance to train and grow into the artist that he has called me to be".
The message in the song is really important to Godchild and he looks to inspire, uplift, and encourage not only the body of Christ but he looks to connect with the people that don’t know Christ
"Rap has the ability to connect with all cultures and all ages, if it's done with humility and with God then it can have a great impact. Worship is what God has called his people to do, and it's what drives your relationship with him. Combining the two together, you can impact billions of people in ways never seen".