The Gardners Make Mission Stop in Brussels, Belgiu

HUNTLAND, Tenn. – Zion Music Group recording artist The Gardners made their first tour stop to Brussels, Belgium earlier this year.  The popular trio, who consists of Pastors Mitch and Regina Gardner in addition to Mitch’s twin brother Michael, were surprised with a trip to visit Missionaries Phillip and Brenda Ciulla as part of a Pastor’s Appreciation gift from their church last year.

“We were so shocked with this wonderful gift from our congregation,” mentioned Mitch Gardner. “We have wanted to visit Belgium and our friends The Ciullas for so long. This was a dream come true for our family.”

The Gardners visited the missionaries in Brussels, Belgium from March 24-31, 2010. The group ministered in two churches while there and were invited to participate in the United Pentecostal Church International of Neville’s annual Gospel concert in 2011 as the featured artist.

Mitch continued, “The trip was truly a blessing and a trip of a lifetime!  We were humbled by the acceptance of our music at both of the Belgium churches we attended while there.”

The Gardners recently wrapped up recording their new album for Zion Music Group. More information on that will be released at a later date!

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About The Gardners

Based out of Huntland, Tennessee, the Gardners are a Southern Gospel music ministry that has spanned more than 40 years of musical excellence.  Whether performing in small churches or major Gospel music events, the Gardners are a busy group, frequently performing and proclaiming their musical Gospel outside the traditional boundaries of the four walls of a church.  Today the group is made up of twin brothers Michael and Mitch Gardner and Mitch’s wife, Regina.  Together, they form a dynamic trio that features tight harmonies and well-written songs that are penned by the siblings.