Natalie Grant is one of my favourite female singers, she is so down to earth and beautiful in every day.
In a culture that praises blending in over standing out, productivity over purpose, and noise over truth, many women find their God-given voice compromised, quieted, or even mocked. We all long to live out our divinely designed passions and unique talents, yet too often it becomes so much easier in the face of opposition to stay silent altogether. What if God is calling you to so much more?
In Finding Your Voice, Natalie Grant’s voice is strong and kind. If you’ve ever heard her speaking voice, you know that she has a sweet and tender voice – almost childlike. Her singing voice, on the other hand, is pretty much the opposite. It’s strong, loud, forceful even – tender sometimes, yes, but mostly it’s as power house as they come. This book, Finding Your Voice, is more like her singing voice. It’s tender when need be, but it’s mostly firm and steady and empowering. She doesn’t mince words, but gets straight to the point – which I love.
This is a great book for anyone to read, I sat down and read it in one sitting.