The name Babbie Mason is synonymous with excellence in Christian ministry. The recipient of two Dove Awards and numerous nominations for the Dove, The Grammy, The Stellar and The Emmy awards, Babbie’s music is a mainstay on Christian radio, television, internet and the silver screen. Babbie was recognized for her contributions to Gospel music upon her induction into the Christian Music Hall of Fame in 2010. She has recorded 26 solo projects, authored 8 books, and written countless songs for herself and artists such as Larnelle Harris, Cece Winans, Ron Kenoly, Helen Baylor and The Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir
Babbie has toured the globe appearing at Billy Graham Crusades, Bill Gaither Homecoming events, Women of Faith Conferences, Bishop T.D. Jakes’ Potter’s House, Dr. Charles Stanley’s In Touch, and she has graced the stage with three American presidents, Carter, Ford and Bush. Embracing the spirit of entrepreneurship, Babbie pours into the lives of the next generation of songwriters, music artists and authors as an instructor in the college classroom, where she teaches at Lee University, LaGrange College and her alma mater, Spring Arbor University. She hosts her own TV talk show, Babbie’s House, and she runs an internet radio station, online 24/7/365 at www.babbiemasonradio.com.
Babbie Mason and her husband Charles make their home in Georgia.