Nedra Cooper & Robin Tucker
Sisters in life and in faith...
Nedra & Robin have a NEW single release! Fans and critics alike just can’t get enough of this sound. Click the play button below to listen to this single, purchase (via digital download), or order the song on a CD from their MUSIC STORE. And don't forget to share the news with your friends!
Nedra's mantra is: "Life is short...enjoy it to the fullest. Don't waste time on negative energy and create your own positive space. There's nothing new under the sun!!!"
Music is dear to her heart and she gets joy from singing about God and things that are positive. She released her first single dedicated to her Father ("I'll Remember You") on Fathers Day 2020, and her CD project, "Everything Will Be Alright," on August 1st.
Purchase a CD or single tracks from her music page, or from Cotton Ministries' Music Store.
Reverend Robin Tucker has worked tirelessly alongside her husband, Pastor Walter R. Tucker, III, to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ in their ministry at Truth and Love Christian Church in Carson, California. Reverend Robin is a major part of Truth and Love Church’s success because she wears many hats. She is the head of the Women’s and Music ministries, co-chair of the Marriage Enrichment and Counseling ministries, and co-creator of the church’s Business Network Ministry that empowers Christian Businesses throughout the community to network with one another. In addition, she serves as the church’s Chief Financial Officer.
The former First Lady of Compton and the former First Lady of the 37th Congressional District, Reverend Robin has always regarded being a First Lady as a position of service to others--not just a title for others to serve her. She is a product of Compton High School, Compton College and CSU at Dominguez Hills, a tangible example of a local girl. Amid her busy schedule, she manages to care for her family and spend quality time with her Mother, husband, siblings, adult and grandchildren.
Lady Robin’s life is dedicated to God. She is sold out for God and is always looking to go higher in the things of God. She believes that her work is never done, that she must keep pressing forward, letting her light so shine so that others in this dark and dying world will know that they can make it. Her work and labor of love toward Christ will carry on 'til the end of her life, or until Jesus returns. This, she feels, is her honor.