Although Isaac Pittman has a voice that makes music sound easy on the ears, his life hasn't always been a lullaby. At the tender age of six years old he lost his biggest fan when his mother passed away. Shortly after, the music he loved as a child suddenly came to an end. It was then he realized music was God's calling for his life and he believed in sharing the legacy of his family with this new ignited passion he held inside. From that point on he dedicated his life to sharing his voice with the world.

At the age of 17 Isaac attended the International Youth Conference in Colorado. He shared the stage with contemporary Christian music artist Chris Tomlin and the experience changed his live forever. There his steadfast love for the Lord became a full time commitment to ministry. After completing his time at Cedarville University in 2007, Isaac set out on a unsure and uncertain pursuit of music

In the early 1990's, Pittman was a featured singer in the radio series "Critter County" where his love for entertainment engaged listeners. In the Summer of 2005 he took third place in a song writing competition at Music in the Rockies, but it was in the Fall of 2010 that he would finally make his way to the big stage. Isaac Joined Contemporary Christian artists Brandon Heath and Jars of Clay on tour as a representative for Food for the Hungry. Throughout his musical career, he has shared the stage with several international artists including Bethany Dillon, Shane & Shane, Rachel Lampa, Taylor Sorensen, Meredith Andrews and Jessa Anderson.

Today Isaac Pittman leads worship for numerous conferences, youth events and camps locally and across the United States. As a regular commitment he leads worship at Apex Community Church, one of the largest non-denominational churches of the greater Dayton, Ohio area. There he inspires believers by the thousands to draw near to the Lord in an intimate relationship inspired through the power of prayer and delicacy of music.

"I love how the Lord chooses to use such messy people in this world. I know the only good thing about me is Jesus, and He knows that about me. I see myself as sort of this modern-day Mephiboseth; broken, lame, weak and unable to physically carry myself to the banquet table of the Lord. But He not only invites us to the table, He carries us there, and we become beautiful and blameless in His sight. My story is one of heartache and struggle coupled with with hope, restoration and love. It is my prayer that my music will be a testimony translating both on and off the stage. I love you guys and will see y'all on the road!"

Isaac Pittman

Life Verse, Isaiah 41:10