Paid In Full began their professional ministry while still in high school, singing in area revivals and camp meetings. Soon they were singing three nights a week all over the South, and were appearing in concert with some of Gospel music's finest artists, including The Gaither Vocal Band, The Happy Goodmans, The Martins, The Cathedrals, and the legendary Jake Hess. Jake first heard them in 1996, and immediately took Paid In Full under his musical wing, bringing them to his home church in Georgia for a concert, and introducing them to industry leaders and many of today's top Gospel musicians. Soon they were appearing in Gaither Homecoming Concerts all over the country as well as in such prestigious showcases as "Howard and Vestal Goodman and Friends" and "The Grand Ole Gospel Reunion." They were performing in venues which are usually reserved for Gospel artists with much more experience and a longer list of credentials than such a young group can claim.
As musical ambassadors since 1991, Paid In Full has been privileged to sing in churches with diverse denominational identities and has been widely accepted by each congregation. Celebrating what all Christians have in common, Paid In Full has worked to unify the body of Christ. As Southern Baptists, Paid In Full has been equally accepted by their own denomination. They have appeared at numerous LifeWay events and conventions as well as evangelism and pastors' conferences across the country. They have also sung in some of the nation's largest Baptist churches, including Bellevue Baptist Church in Cordova, Tennessee, and First Baptist Church in Jackson, Mississippi.
Utilizing the talents of renowned Nashville producers Woody Wright and Michael Sykes, Paid In Full has released six major recordings, including four original Gospel projects, a Christmas collection, and an acoustic recording of hymns and favorites. Some of the industry's finest song writers have contributed their best original tunes to the group, helping Paid In Full produce over 10 Top 80 hit songs, as well as rave reviews from Gospel Music peers, press, and fans from all over the United States.
Now, more than ever, Paid In Full is focused on presenting the Gospel of Christ through music. On television, in large metropolitan churches, or in small country churches, the mission is the same: share what Jesus Christ has done in their lives, and what he can do in the lives of every human being who will allow it. This is the message Paid In Full wants to deliver in their concerts and recorded music.
Bradley came to know Christ as his Savior during a summer revival at the age of fourteen. From a very early age, he loved and studied music. That early training and experience, coupled with his active participation in the church's music ministry served as the impetus for a lifelong love of Gospel music. But he credits the influence of the legendary Jake Hess with turning a childhood dream of singing into the reality of a ministry that has sung around the world. "I've had the opportunity to sing in lots of wonderful places and received tremendous joy and satisfaction from it, but it was not until we met Jake Hess in 1996 that I knew his endorsement of our music would help us tremendously to share our message in many more places." Bradley's velvet baritone adds depth and richness to Paid In Full's seamless harmony and is featured on radio singles, "I Could Sing About Heaven," "New Shoes," and "More Than Amazing." Bradley has co-written songs with fellow group member Lance Moore ("This is the Day"), Dianne Wilkinson ("Lead On"), and Jeff Crews ("Narrow" and "Only One Name).
Bradley is married to Morgan McMillin Littlejohn, and has two daughters, Julianne and Ivy, and a son, Gray. He teaches math in his hometown school district. He is an active deacon at New Albany Presbyterian Church. He is the son of Talmadge and Julia Littlejohn.
Saved at the age of eight at his home church, Lance Moore has known he was called to sing Gospel music for as long as he can remember. Lance has always been at ease singing and sharing what is in his heart through song, and creates instantaneous rapport with each and every audience. Lance is certain of God's calling on his life through singing for His glory. His desire for Paid In Full is to continue the tradition and heritage of Gospel music, while seeking innovative ways to take their music to an increasingly wider audience.
Lance is a graduate of Mississippi
State University in Starkville, MS where he majored in Information Systems. He
is owner and designer of MooreSites, Inc. while he is not on the road (www.mooresites.com
Lance is the son of Mrs. Nina Byers, and the late Mr. Wayne Moore of New Albany. He
is married to Alison Moore and lives in New Albany. He and Alison are the proud
parents of three wonderful children, Maggie, Jake, and Elizabeth.
White gives a fresh face to Paid In Full, but he is no stranger to Gospel music.
He first sang in church at the age of three and trusted Christ as Savior when
he was eight years old. As Brock progressed in his walk with Christ, so did his
love for Gospel music. During these formative years, Brock was greatly influenced
by his father who sang in gospel groups. He has been singing with his family
for many years. The Whites recorded their first album when Brock was twelve.
Later, he sang as tenor with the Still Water Trio, who recorded their first album
when Brock was fifteen. Brock says, "I have realized that the best way I can share my love for God is through Gospel music." Known for his outgoing personality and his ability to identify with people from all walks of life, Brock is certain that music is God’s
calling for his life. The opportunity to sing with Paid in Full is the fulfillment
of a dream to convey the message of Christ through Gospel music.
Brock White is the son of Rev. Creighton and Catrina White. He has one sister, Jessica. He is happily married to Whitney White and they have one son (Tatum), born in 2012. Brock was raised in Morton, Mississippi, and has resided in New Albany, Mississippi, for three years. Brock has performed with Naomi and the Segos, Hosanna, and many other known artists while traveling with his family across the Southeast during his childhood.