My Passion for My Men


2007 ARCHIVE

I used to be uncomfortable when I was singing. I was always trying to figure out how I could authentically express myself in praise and worship to God without going ‘too far’. How much expression is too much expression when I am singing? Does this sound too sensual? Am I moving too much? Do those notes sound holy? Is there really a right way to do this? Can there be too much passion when you are singing for God?

I believe the right way to do it is to sing from the abundance of what God has placed in you, the way that you feel it. That will look different for everyone, however, when we are open to the Spirit’s influence, I believe we open portals for others to experience God in a new way. I believe that as we enjoy the presence of God, it is easier for others enjoy Him, as well.

As I have grown, I have chosen to use my expressions to celebrate the freedom that God has poured over me.

Freedom to love my Savior…
Freedom to love myself…
Freedom to love those who love me and those who don’t quite know what to do with me…
Freedom to sing, dance and enjoy myself in the presence of my Creator.
My outstretched arms and leap of joy signify that my spirit is free from bondages and I am choosing to live in liberty.

My outstretched arms and leap of joy signify that my spirit is free from bondages and I am choosing to live in liberty.

I am fortunate in that I am able to flow with Gene as he plays and we are able to share our music together. When we are truly connected in our music, it feels like we are ONE. There is nothing like it! That means that, when we minister together, I am able to express my passion for the two main men in my life…

JESUS and GENE

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