The ministry of singer/songwriter/composer and recording artist Daryl Doleman is a special gift of ministering joy and encouragement to the body of Christ through music. Daryl, together with his wife Diana, encourage people of all walks of life to worship and praise the Lord in the midst of their situations and trials–no exceptions. They believe with a strong conviction that there is nothing that God cannot do; a life He cannot change and a heart He cannot mend.
Such popular songs such as “Jesus and Me”, “He’s All I Need,” as well as the Latin/Salsa tune “We Can Do All Things” from their latest album “Take the Name Everywhere,” can be heard on Christian radio stations around the country and abroad. In August 1997, they were given the Artist of the Year award by WWDJ 970 Radio. “We Can Do All Things” also took honor in the top 50 of the 1999 Billboard Song Contest out of 500 entries.
On September 11, 2002, under the direction of Daryl Doleman, a mass choir of over 600 voices from various churches and organizations in the NY/NJ/CT Tri-state area was formed for an unforgettable event called “A Tribute to Grace and Hope” at Madison Square Garden in New York City, to honor the lives of those who died as well as survivors of the World Trade Center tragedy on September 11, 2001. The event was aired on live television locally and nationally by TBN and Sky Angel to over 2 million viewing audiences.
Daryl and Diana have shared the concert stage with such artists as Pastor Donnie McClurkin; Shirley Caesar; Helen Baylor; Yolanda Adams; Alvin Slaughter; Angelo & Veronica; Phil Driscoll; Ron Kenoly; Richard Smallwood Singers; Damaris Carbaugh; Fred Hammond & Radical for Christ; Steven Curtis-Chapman, Marcos Witt; Unity and many more. They are also background vocalists and have worked on English and Spanish recordings for: Richie Ray & Bobby Cruz; Las Hermanas Melendez; Salsa artists David & Abraham, Puerto Rico; Carmen Sanabria; Sarah Sanabria; Upper Room Music Company, Pastor Joseph Henry Cortese; Yadira Coradin, Bayamon, Puerto Rico; Gary Anglin and the Christian Cultural Center Choir, Brooklyn, NY; Jose Flores, Orlando, FL; Rocio Crooke, NYC; Ricardo Rodriguez, Miami, FL; and many more.
They have appeared on TBN, CTV, UCB Television all around the country and overseas and their ministry has taken them to such places as London, England; Puerto Rico; Bermuda; Barbados; Trinidad & Antigua, West Indies; St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands; Aruba; and their latest mission trip to the Muslim nation of Azerbaijan. They also had the extreme honor of singing to a crowd of thousands at Red Square in Moscow, Russia. Daryl and Diana serve as deacons and worship leaders at their home church Bethel Gospel Assembly in the Harlem neighborhood of Manhattan where Bishop Carlton T. Brown is senior pastor.