Ben Posey brings a traditional feel to many of southern gospel's favorite songs with his smooth, rich voice. Ben began singing at the age of six with his family. Ben was born and raised the son of a Baptist minister. He has been singing in churches most of his life and truly loves to sing for the Lord. Ben especially loves the four part harmony of Southern Gospel quartets such as the Gaither Vocal Band, Cathedrals, Legacy Five, Kingdom Heirs and Ernie Haase and Signature Sound. Ben takes on an active role working on the business side of the ministry engaging with pastors and event coordinators to ensure that the group is poised to always deliver the goal of the ministry through song and help lead others to Christ. Although a Dallas native, Ben Currently resides in McKinney, Texas, with his lovely wife and their three daughters.
Nick began singing in church at the early age of eight. Since discovering his tenor voice when he did a solo performance of "Amazing Grace", he's been blessed with the opportunity to share the stage with well-known Christian artists such as Steve Green, Larnelle Harris, the Blackwood Brothers, and the artist he admires most, his wife, Ashley. When asked about his testimony and why he would want to minister with our team, he replied "I knew I was broken and needed Jesus the day I hit my knees and I want to share with others what He's done for me and what he can do for them. We are all a work in progress. Nick's vocal influences throughout his life include David Phelps, Guy Penrod, Matthew West and Rhett Walker.
Nick and his wife operate Manfishers Ministries, an evangelical/missional endeavor committed to training and equipping Christians for ministry in "the real world." You may read Nick’s Testimony at the Manfishers Website: http://www.manfishers.com/. Nick lives in Frisco Texas and is married to his best friend/wife Ashley, with two amazing children son, Rylan and daughter, Kailee.
David McMahon co-founded Of One Accord with the intent to reach souls for Christ through the ministry of southern Gospel Music. The desire to sing in a quartet was instilled in David by hearing and seeing the likes of Dixie Echos, Florida Boys, Cathedrals and others. A lasting impression of the hearts for Christ shown by Tim and Tony Greene planted a seed in him that has grown over the years. David spent thirteen years in the Army, singing in musicals, choirs and as a soloist. Upon his discharge, he met his lovely wife, Jolie, and was granted the experience of raising two lovely daughters, Jaymie and Johanna.
Shortly after arriving in the North Dallas area, he became a member of First Baptist Church of Frisco, where he met Darrin Bruner. Darrin invited him to be the lead singer with Sanctuary 101, a quartet founded in the church. In the Fall of 2004, God kept tugging at him to do more service through singing, and Of One Accord was formed through God's will and strength.
Darrin Bruner co-founded Of One Accord to reach the lost and encourage believers through the quartet's music ministry.
Darrin has enjoyed singing gospel music since the young age of 3 when he sang "Daddy Sang Bass" with his brother and sister in church.
Darrin was raised in a Christian home with Godly parents in north central Oklahoma. At the age of 6, he started his walk with Christ, and his relationship continues to grow day by day. In 1985, he moved to Irving, Texas to attend college. He married his wife, Cynthia, in 1990, and they have since been blessed with two beautiful daughters, Emily and Ashley.
The Lord has used Darrin in various music ministries over the years, including solo, ensemble, choir and quartet ministries. Darrin especially loves the four part harmony of southern gospel quartets like The Florida Boys and Gold City. He sang bass with the Sanctuary 101 quartet in Frisco, Texas, for several years.