Randy Whittern - website


Mission Statement

Randy's primary ministry is as a Worship Leader. In addition to that, he is highly sought after to minister and perform for banquets all across the Southwest and is a frequent MC and performer at various shows and Oprys, including the Rodeo Opry located in historic Stockyards City, in Oklahoma City.


Bio

Randy has been the full time Worship Leader for various churches over the past decade in addition to his other music accomplishments.

He was a featured performer at the 2001 Christian Artists Seminar in Estes Park, Colorado;
The Grand Prize Winner - Southern Gospel Vocalist - Christian Artists Seminar in the Rockies - 1999
Voted Entertainer Of The Year for three consecutive years 1991, 1992, 1993 (awarded by the Oklahoma Opry)
Elected to the Oklahoma Opry Hall of Fame in 1994
Won the 1995 Song Of The Year for writing "Cream Of The Crop" (awarded by the Oklahoma Heritage Association)
Honored once again in 1999 for his song "Oklahoma Heritage" (by the Oklahoma Heritage Association)

SPECIAL RELEASE of Randy's inspirational song 'WE WILL SHINE' is played and sung across the nation after the 9-11 tragedy

Released his 17 song CD, "You Sing One...You Sing 'Em All" in August of 2008.
Released his 12 song CD, "The Beatitudes - The Whit Album" in April of 2001 recorded at Gaither Studios in Alexandria, IN
Released his 10 song CD, "Red Letter Day" in May of 1998 featuring "Servant's Prayer"
Released his 10 song CD, "He Knew Me When" in October of 1996 which contains 'Die Or Fly'and 'Cream of the Crop'
Released his 13 song CD, "Livin' With An Attitude" in December, 1994, which includes 'Santa Jr, Be Good'

Previous sightings ...
Estes Park, Colorado
Life Christian Center, OKC
Olivet Baptist Church, Oklahoma City
Community Church, Guthrie, OK
Eagle Heights Church, Oklahoma City
NewChurch, Oklahoma City
Putnam City Baptist Church, Oklahoma City
Southern Hills Baptist Church, Oklahoma City
Harvest Hills Baptist Church, Newcastle
Chisholm Heights Baptist Church, Mustang, OK
First Baptist Church, Anadarko, OK
First Baptist Church, Edmond, OK
First Baptist Church, Moore, OK
Eastern Heights Baptist Church, Bartlesville
First Baptist Church, Bartlesville
First Baptist Church, Elk City
First Baptist Church, Dewey, OK
First Baptist Church, Yukon, OK
Canadian Valley Baptist Church, Yukon, OK
Sunset Baptist Church, Ponca City, OK
First Baptist Church, Tonkawa, OK
First Baptist Church, Ft. Smith, AR
Thompson Station Baptist Church, Nashville, TN

Randy has appeared on Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN), Christian Family Network Television (CFNT), and The Nashville Network (TNN) as well as local stations KWTV, KSBI and OETA.

Randy and his family appeared on Nationally Syndicated Television on the show "Family Feud" in 2010 and 2011 and appeared on five different telecasts!

In September, 2003, he was asked for a third time to perform 51 shows at the Great State Fair of Oklahoma, in an all new show: 'Randy Whittern & Friends' sponsored by the Oklahoman to celebrate the 100th anniversary of OPUBCO

In September, 2000, he was asked back to perform 51 shows at the Great State Fair of Oklahoma in a brand new show 'Randy Whittern & the Musical Showdown' sponsored by the Daily Oklahoman

Randy competed at the 25th Anniversary of the Christian Artists Seminar In The Rockies in August of 1999, and won first place in the Southern Gospel division and was the overall GRAND PRIZE winner in Southern Gospel!

In March of 1996, he was awarded the top prize in the Nashville Starbound Competition held on the stage of The Grand Ole Opry

In September, 1996, he performed 51 shows at the Great State Fair of Oklahoma in 'Randy Whittern & the Sensational Shoes' sponsored by the Daily Oklahoman

In January, 1999, he was invited to perform for Governor Frank Keating at his pre-inauguration dinner held at the Governor's Mansion in the Phillips Pavillion for the Governor's family, and close friends

Personal:
Saved at age 7, First Baptist Church, Ada, Oklahoma
Randy is married and has four children.
Hear his two youngest daughters, the Whitsters on 'He Knew Me When' singing "Daddy's Lullaby"