Jeanette Parsadanian Bio
I love you for who you are cd
Everlasting kindness video
Jeanette Parsadanian has been gifted ever since she was 5 years old with a beautiful singing voice. Along the years she sang in the chorus group in Jr. High School. She went from there to taking 7 years of voice training in Hollywood, California from music teacher, George Carr. She then became born again in 1973 at Pastor Shock's Church, Faith Center, located in Glendale California. She started singing in 1975 at the Full Gospel Bus. Men's Fellowship in the Wilshire, Los Angeles area, broadcast on KFSG. In '76 she sang in the Choir at Christ Church where later she met Pastor Eddie Parsadanian. She sang on TBN at Christ Church which was televised on Sundays. From 1977-1982 Jeanette continued her singing career at the Full Gospel Bus Men's Meeting which was broadcast on radio stations KFSG and KGER. In 1978 at TBN she performed on the French PTL with Jock and Gladys Forcan. The programs (videos) went to Haidi. In 1982 she sang the National Anthem at Dodgers Stadium. In 1980 she performed for the Mario Morillo Crusades in the Los Angeles Shrine Auditorium, and Long Beach Auditorium.
Then in 1986 while performing at Christ Church she met Eddie Parsadanian, then Assistant Pastor. And married on May 2nd 1987. In 1988 they had their first child Elizabeth, to be followed in 1990 by their second child Jeanetty.
On November 19th, 1995 Pastor Eddie and Jeanette were blessed in having their own church. She has a number of songs released on CD. Including the 2002 song "I Love You for Who You Are" released also heard on iHeartRadio 750 radio station. In 2009 she released a music video available on DVD "Everlasting Kindness".