“Let the Redeemed of the Lord say so, whom He had redeemed from the hand of the enemy” – Psalm 107:2.
Joyce Quwion-Zoe Sayndee is a worshipper, a singer, a songwriter and a mother. She is a native of the Republic of Liberia, West Africa. She began her musical journey in 1986 with many Youth for Christ and Scripture Union groups in high school. She later went on to sing with groups such as Mac William Swalley and the Touched Sisters, Gospel Rangers, and the Divine Harmonizer; and affiliated with many mass choirs including the Baptist Union Meeting, the New Life Mission, and the Monrovia Community Mass Choirs. Joyce is the founder of the Fellowship of African Gospel Artists. She loves dogs and has one by the name of Honey Bear.
She graduated from the Keller Graduate School of Management in Public Administration. Joyce has won several awards along with FOAGA Lifetime Achievement Award but the greatest award Joyce desires is to hear her Creator say “well done thou good and faithful servant: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.” Joyce cherishes the gift of sharing the message of salvation that brings hope to the hopeless, comfort to the broken hearted, and healing to the sick. Joyce lives in Tennessee with the utmost passion and prayers to see FOAGA move to highest heights.