Since they began dancing as toddlers; Jess, Madeleine, and Morgan have enjoyed sharing their God given talents to dance. They began competing as tap and jazz soloists as young as age three and continued to sharpen their dance skills to begin competing in all genres of dance as soloists and in duos, trios and small groups featuring tap, jazz, musical theater, lyrical and hip hop, at both the regional and national levels. This vibrant trio began dancing together in 2011 and has grown as dance partners and friends over the last 4 years. They are proud to currently be working with hip-hop instructors who choreograph to mostly Christian Hip Hop music. The girls have been honored with requests to perform their Christian Hip Hop routines at several local events and venues as well as church functions. They have performed various routines for the past two years at the Dallas First UMC Mother's Day luncheon benefiting the Kenyan orphanage Gateway to Victory and are scheduled to perform again this year on May 9th.
Outside the dance studio, the girls individually serve numerous charitable organizations and groups such as Stop Hunger Now and the Paulding Community Meal Program to provide meals to families throughout the community at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Recently, they assisted the Ronald McDonald House Charities in collecting and sorting donations and preparing brunch for the residents of the local Atlanta chapter. They have been afforded several additional opportunities to serve during the remainder of this year at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta at Egleston, are planning to attend and assist with the Opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics and look forward to helping lift the spirits of residents in local nursing homes through their time and talents.
When they are not dancing and serving, the girls enjoy attending their respective churches where they are active in church programs and spending time with their friends and family. They also participate in multiple secondary activities including cheer leading, children’s theatre, piano lessons, Upward basketball, and swim team.
Jess, Madeleine, and Morgan are God's Mighty Kids because they honor God through dance by realizing their gifts come from Him and always doing their best so that it is pleasing to Him. Their style of dance through Christian hop hop by witnesses to those who might not know God and by sharing His word in a manner that might not be known.
To support Jess, Madeleine, and Morgan contact:
Michelle Kennedy (404) 663-8652 or email
William & Noah Wilkinson are coauthors of the Christian children's book series entitled God’s Mighty Kids.
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Morgan, Jess & Madeleine are God's Mighty Kids who honor God through dance.
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