Ivor Myers, a native of Jamaica, immigrated to the U.S. with his family at six years old. After being introduced to the hip-hop culture, he and his younger brother Sean became part of a four-man hip-hop group known as The Boogiemonsters in 1993.
Appearing on programs such as Soul Train and BET and in magazines such as Vibe and Rolling Stones, they knew they were on their way to stardom. However, while recording their first album as part of a $850,000 contract with EMI Records, Ivor and Sean were introduced to the gospel of Jesus Christ. Following eye opening revelations, both Ivor and his younger brother left the music industry. They are now both involved in full-time ministry for Jesus.
Ivor currently lives in Paso Robles, California, with his wife Atonte and their four children, Jaden, 12; Joshua, 11; Jenesis, 3; and Jaliya, 1. He and his family enjoy traveling the United States and abroad. He has a passion for winning souls and studying the gospel message.
Today, Ivor Myers is the speaker and director of Power of the Lamb ministries. He also co-hosts with his wife the 3ABN series “Battles of Faith.”