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The Detty Sisters are a group of sisters from southern Ohio. Peyton, who is the oldest, is 11 years old. Next you have Caidence (Cadie) who is 9 years old. Then we have Lily who is 5 years old. Finally, we have Sophia, or Curly as she is called, is 3 years old. People often want to know if the girls are saved. Peyton and Cadie both accepted Jesus Christ in their heart at the age of 7. If you ask them how long they want to sing for Jesus, they will answer “Forever”! Lily says she wants to be a preacher when she grows up! Curly is quick to tell satan that he cannot cross the Bloodline, in the name of Jesus!
One of the main questions that we are usually asked is, how did you get started? The girls all started singing when they were babies in our home church. One of the first songs Peyton and Cadie started singing was “Can’t Cross the Bloodline” at the age of 2 and 4 years old. As their mother was listening to this song on repeat in the car, little did she know there were two little voices that knew every word.
What we were doing at our church was no different than what we did at home. It isn’t something that we do, it’s what we live and love to do. The girls would sing and learn new songs all the time bringing people into worship and joy in their hearts. In August of 2018 the Lord called us to do something a little different and way out of our comfort zone. He said what we are doing at our church and in our home, I want you to share it with the world. That is exactly what we began to do.
As we stepped out in faith, listening to God and not man, he said he would do more for us than what we could ever imagine. At this time, we had no idea how we would even get an appointment. We are now booking months in advance all around the country and all the glory goes to God!
We have one CD out titled “In The Meantime”. We are currently working on our second CD, with hopes that it will be completed by September! God is opening many doors for our ministry. We love to share the gospel of Jesus, and seeing souls saved!
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The Detty Sisters Sing Worship Song 'When You Walk Into A Room' - Christian Music Videos
Check out this sweet music video of the Detty family singing the worship song ‘When You Walk Into A Room’ together.
“When You walk into the room everything changes, darkness starts to tremble
At the light that You bring, and when You walk into the room every heart starts burning
And nothing matters more than just to sit here at Your feet and worship You
We worship You, we love You, we'll never stop, we can't live without You, Jesus
We love You and we can't get enough, all this is for You, Jesus”
In the music video, a young girl walks into the room and starts singing and dancing. Then one of her sisters joins her in the room followed by their mother, and all three of them sing and harmonize together. And their voices are so lovely!
Later, the trio are seen singing around a piano. What a beautiful time of worship for this family.
“Hey y'all! Here is our music video to the song ‘When You Walk Into The Room.’ This song is off of our album titled ‘Freedom.’ We hope you enjoy, God Bless!” writes the family in the caption of the YouTube video.
The song ‘When You Walk Into A Room’ is from Bryan & Katie Torwalt’s album titled Kingdom Come that was released in 2013. The lyrics of the song remind us that the presence of Jesus causes darkness to be defeated and hopelessness to vanish. Like it says in John 12:46 – “I have come into the world as a light, so that no one who believes in me should stay in darkness.”
We hope that you enjoyed watching this beautiful worship performance from the Detty family of the song ‘When You Walk Into A Room.’ Let it encourage you today and uplift your spirits!
Detty Sisters Albums
Old HighwayJanuary 2021
- Coat Of Many Colors
- My Lord Is Taking Good Care Of Me
- Thank God I'm Free
In The MeantimeJanuary 2021
- Don't Start Doubting Now
- Everything's Gonna Turn Out Right
- In The Meantime