George started with the proverbial "silver spoon in his mouth
in a small town inGeorgia called Monroe. You know, one of those
towns where everyone knows everyone. Well, his family ran the
local Coca-Cola plant and prior generations came with their history
of money and prestige. George was expected to be "somebody"
and represent the Bell family with dignity.
became a professional rock and roll guitarist. He went to college
University and Georgia Tech's tech school, Southern Polytechinical
University, as well as doing a stint in the Air Force. But nothing
was more tantalyzing than music and performing. The 70's were
a time for a "free Spirit" to explore it all and George
enjoyed every minute of it.
His band was
called The Home Juice Company and was quite a hit during the 70's.
has CD's to prove it.) Of course we all know about that kind of
lifestyle and George was no exception to participating in "all"
that being in a band had to offer. But that life style needed
a major conversion and although he wasn't literally knocked off
a horse he sure was transformed.
to put his trust and his life into the hands of the "only
one" who could give him peace.The Lord has watched over him
and used him mightily ever since.
his talent for music has
changed to become the true "gift" of leading worship
that the Lord had intended.
George plays whenever he can and he and Susan love leading worship
together during conference and local meetings.
On the job side, George is now a card carrying Microsoft Certified
(computer geek). He is President and CEO of Threefold Data Solutions,
a database software and web design company. In addition, he writes
technical manuals and teaches training classes for clients.
In his spare time, he's either programming something or playing
his guitar from the patio of his motorhome. Drop by Datasolutions
by using the link below to see how the computer biz stacks up.