“Remember in December” series: Freedom Concert

Remember in December: finishing the year by looking back at some of my favorite concerts, through some never-before released videos.

Just released: Introvert – Freedom Concert — (a crowd favorite!)

If you know anything about me and my love for all things creative, worshipful, and justice-oriented, you can tell that this concert was definitely one of my babies.

I was so grateful to have friends skilled in Christ-centered music (Fiona Varner), art (Leah G.), and dance (Zabrina R. of Divine Dance) join with me for this event.  One of my best friends here Sandy was able to play cello with me that day too! So special!
Together with the fine folks at Ashley River Baptist, and my family, friends, and co-workers, we put on an awareness and fundraising event for Doors to Freedom, the local human trafficking aftercare program, which was a small start-up at the time, working hard to open a safe home.
Along with sharing information about Doors to Freedom, we had a blast with the music and dancing, dancing along to Fiona’s “Deuteronomy Dance,” and shopping in the rummage sale. Throughout the event, Leah G. prophetically drew in front of us; at the end we learning the message from God through the art was “connect” — which is a super important part of healing trauma!
Another favorite part was having my amazing friend and dance ministry director Zabrina minister in dance to two of my songs: Tears Fall and Wait in Hope.
This event was inspired by Karitos Worship Arts Conference, where we learned how to unite as artists to worship God and express what He’s saying.  If I could have every concert event and worship service as creatively rich and justice-oriented as this was, I’d be in heaven! (Yup… one day I will be! 😉
We were honored to have the event covered by WCBD News 2, which helped to spread awareness about trafficking and Doors to Freedom’s services.

(Highlights from Freedom Concert.)