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'All for One' had it's humble beginnings in the fall of 2003 when Howell, Michigan resident Cheryl Wilson met Nick Steudle at a songwriting workshop. Wilson and Steudle began writing Christian Music and soon recognized they both had a burning desire to share their original songs. Together they formed a musical group to play their music at 'Faithfest', a large annual Christian music festival in Brownstown, Michigan. The band Wilson and Steudle put together and the music they played were so well received that they decided to continue as a musical ministry. Taking on the name "All for One" from the scripture verse Philippians 2:2, the five piece group writes, records and shares their signature blend of Christian music in many venues. They play at prisons, substance abuse facilities, local churches, community outreach events, coffee houses and festivals. The band was recently featured on 'Kelly's Music Show' at WKTV Soundstage. This public broadcasting channel is on the west side of Michigan and aired a series highlighting Michigan songwriter/artists. Locally, All for One leads worship every third Sunday of the month at Chilson Hills Church in Brighton, Michigan. 'All for One' Members include: Steve Goddard of Brighton, Nick Steudle and Cheryl Wilson of Howell, Jerrold Reams of Pinckney, and Andrew Orstadius of Northville.