TAMA NEWS-HERALD - Lowell Mason will perform Sunday July 26 at 7 p.m. at the Mesquaki Indian Assembly of God Church, 506 State Street, Tama.
He has been called the World's Smallest Gospel Singer because of his unique height of only 46 inches. His melliferous voice, however has no comparison to his size. When he sings, his booming voice brings a thrill to everyone who listens.
During his program, you will hear a variety of "Old Time" songs. The mood can change from a deep moving hym like "Peace in the Valley" or "The Old Rugged Cross" to a rousing, hand clapping gospel favorite like "Daddy Sang Bass" or "Put Your Hand In The Hand Of The Man From Galilee."
Lowell Mason - 'World's Smalest Gospel Singer'
The experience of many years of performing to audiences around the world accredits this very talented gentleman with being truly a professional in his chosen field.
Mason began his singing career at the early age of only nine years. At that time he joined the staff of "Children's Bible Hour" radio broadcast out of Grand Rapids, Michigan. For seven years, he was a regularfeature on that weekly program which was, and still is, heard from coast to coast. During his teenage years, Lowell sang for Youth For Christ in the United States, and Victorious Christian Youth, in Canada.
After completion of High School in 1955, he joined the Cecil Todd Evangelistic Team of
Joplin, Missouri. This association produced a weekly television program called "Revival Fires", which was seen on more than 150 television stations each week. Lowell Mason was featured soloist on that program during the 60's and the 70's.
As a full time Evangelist, Little Lowell travels nearly 100,000 miles each year taking the Gospel in song and sermon to men and women, boys and girls, across America and around the world. Since 1992 he has made several Crusade tours to Russia. In joint co-operation with Revival Fires, Brother Mason has helped distribute over 3 million Bibles to the school children of that nation, conducts revival meetings, helps establish new churches, and organizes Gospel Team tours to Russia.
In 1996 he received his honorable "Doctor of Divinity" degree for outstanding achievements in World Evangelism.
Mason has conducted over 1,000 Gospel Music Concerts at the world famous Precious Moments Chapel Complex in Carthage, Missouri.
This special area-wide concert is open to the general public, and will feature "Gospel Music, Branson Style" along with a current report on the 16 year Bible Distribution program in Russia. There is no admission charge. A free-will-offering will be received.