Driven 11, serves God freely at SAAG


By Sheila Clarkin

Originally from Upstate New York, Dominick Cox was led by the Lord to move down to Nashville to become a Recording Artist and is now partnered with Artists in Christian Testimony and Food For the Hungry.

Music was a big part of his life as a teenager, however it took a back burner once he joined the military.  After a successful military tour and working as a civilian, Dominick felt that calling to lead and inspire others to put their faith into action daily through ministry and so began the journey of DRIVEN11.

Driven11In a culture shaped by media, DRIVEN11 uses music as its primary platform; integrating music, stories and testimonies to create moments that are engaging, relatable and in turn inspire the listener to take action in their life. Even though the focus changes from music, speaking, writing or teaching, his mission remains the same; helping others grow. He is blessed by watching those same people positively affect folks around them.

Dominick’s personal mission is to lead and teach those with in his “trapezoid” of influence so that they can be successful in their relationships, vocations, ministries or personal struggles. This mindset has allowed him to be a part of some great ministries and leadership roles. When Dominick is not wearing his performance hat, you will find him working with church leaders, business owners and their teams developing practical solutions to many of the challenges that arise. He is humbled at all the opportunities offered to him through the years and he looks forward to what God has in store for the ministry, which now includes him and one other musician and spoken word artist, Egypt Ali.

Dominick has shared audiences with Audio Adrenaline, Kutless, Need2Breathe, Sanctus Real, Unspoken, Chris August, Dave Pettigrew, Jason Gray, John Waller, Tyrus Morgan, Clayton Jennings and many more awesome artists and speakers.

Please join them for DRIVEN11’s upcoming free concert at the South Attleboro Assembly of God on Sunday, October 29th at 6pm.  Doors will open at 5pm. We hope all will attend and welcome them to the area. Even the South Attleboro worship team will be there to greet everyone.

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