Senator Bob Corker, chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, invited Natalie Grant to testify at a hearing on progress in the global fight to end modern slavery.
(by Mikayla Lewis for Fox 17 News) Lindsey Yoder is only 14, but making strides to combat human trafficking by walking 300 miles to raise money for Hope for Justice….
Award-winning artist Natalie Grant knows the power of a single voice. While the five-time Gospel Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year may have garnered a long list of accolades over the course of her spectacular career, it wasn’t until 2005 that she truly found her God-given voice. Grant realized her calling wasn’t limited to music; she has so much more to offer than her singing voice. Today, as a wife, mother, artist, author and business woman, Grant has found her true voice, and she is eager to help other women unearth their authentic voices. With her new book, Finding Your Voice: What Every Woman Needs To Live Her God-Given Passions Out Loud, she’s encouraging readers with stories culled from scripture and her everyday life to affirm the redeeming work God desires to do in and through women of all ages.