“To Whom it may concern,
Peter Noble is a man of great Christian character. He loves his wife passionately and he is concerned with his own godliness and growth as a Christian. And so I would have no problem in recommending him and his band to play at any Gig you may have. Not only will they give you an entertaining show they will be a great witness to the audience.
Lead Pastor - Resolved
To Whom It May Concern:
"It is a pleasure for me to commend the hip hop ministry of Peter and Altamira Noble. They are enthusiastic believers in the Lord Jesus, make music, which is enjoyable and edifying, and have a heart to reach those who don't know God. They recently visited us at Ridley Melbourne to share something of their ministry with theological students, and to entertain us in Chapel. We loved them! Their own entrepreneurial approach to life and ministry challenged us to think about initiatives we can take to make the Gospel known. May God mightily use their work!"”
Reference for Peter Noble
“28th June 2009
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
It has been my pleasure to have had the crew named “Dying To Be Alive”, perform at Reiby Juvenile Justice Centre. Pete and Altamira sang a set of about five songs, some with a data presentation. They have visited us twice.
Reiby is a juvenile detention centre for boys from the ages of ten to sixteen. Many of these boys come from dysfunctional and unhealthy home environments and have been exposed to traumas that no children should be exposed to. Yet, Pete and Altamira could relate well to these boys and impart a sense of hope that they to may be able to use the gifts that they have in a positive way and become productive in society.
I would gladly welcome them back to perform.”
Lee Bromley B.Min, Grad Dip Couns, Rieby Juvenile Justice Center Campbeltown
"I had Peter and Altamira perform at my church recently and I thoroughly enjoyed them. They were a great couple on fire for God wanting to share to the Gospel with their music.''
- Point Pastor Jake Matthews, Sydney COC (Apr 27, 2010)
"Peter & Altamira are really natural ,friendly and cool, So young people in Japan opened their hearts to them easily. On the other hand, they are so truthful to Jesus. They told people about Jesus so straight. The method they used (thewayofthemaster.com) was so effective that some young Japanese people knew they were sinners. And they also prayed to Jesus for the first time. It was a great experience to work with them, and was also great training for me."
- Toshi and Pastor Eko, Osaka Evangelistic Tabernacle (Japan) Apr 27, 2010
"In early 2010 ‘Dying to Be Alive’ performed for Byron Bay in the park as part of a Beach Mission outreach night. Their act is hugely entertaining hip hop full of personal testimony, biblical scripture and plenty of humour. They preached the gospel in a musical language that called out to passers by to take notice, stop and listen. Young people hung around to hear what they had to say, and when Pete and Altamira put down the mics they took the time to talk with these guys about living for Jesus. Dying to be Alive are loud and proud Christian musicians who grab their audience and challenge them to take God seriously."
- Beach Mission Director Grace Bolt, Byron Bay Presbyterian Church Apr 27, 2010