Martha Hall Bowman is a singer-songwriter who was born in southern California.
She graduated from high
school and college in Arkansas. She earned a bachelor's degree in
journalism and music from Lyon College in Batesville, Arkansas and moved
to the Midwest to begin work in journalism.
Always active in church, Martha blended her love for God and her love for music, and she began writing as Spirit led her.
She became music director for a Unity church in Anderson, Indiana and wrote songs that she and her choir could sing. She recorded some of these songs on her first CD, "Connect the Hearts," in 2000.
She married her sweetheart Bennie in 2002. Together they have four children.
More about Martha...
Martha has worked as a managing
editor, editor, photographer, staff writer, staff correspondent and layout
designer for a number of publications. She has also been a featured
soloist at many different venues, from churches to coffeehouses.
In 2006, Martha graduated from Ball State University in Muncie with
a master's degree in counseling. She now works for the Dunn Mental Health
Center in Richmond as a therapist. (www.dunncenter.org)
In 2006, Martha graduated from Ball State University in Muncie with a master's degree in counseling. She now works for the Dunn Mental Health Center in Richmond as a therapist. (www.dunncenter.org)
To order a CD, send $15 to the above address and write "Connect The Hearts" and the quantity on the check. Include $2 per CD for shipping and handling.
Cassettes are also available for $10 each, along with $1 shipping and handling.
Her mini-CDs, "Freaking Out Doesn't Help," are $5, plus $2 shipping.
Send your order to:
P.O. Box 204, Mooreland, IN 47360