Lucinda Moore: Blessed, Broken and Given

Christian Music Daily loves Lucinda Moore; we first heard of her when her song “Pressure Into Praise” became a Gospel anthem we couldn’t stop listening to a few years back. We had the chance to talk with her on the phone, and have been Facebook friends since. Moore comes from Bridgeport, Connecticut, which isn’t exactly known for Gospel music. So we like her even more because she’s from there!

Recently, Moore has been quite busy, having just sung at the memorial service for MaLinda Sapp in Michigan– Marvin Sapp’s wife who passed away from cancer. As Moore’s new project Blessed, Broken and Given blesses many who hear it, she continues to share her testimony of being healed and delivered with audiences all over the United States.

On Friday, September 24, 2010, at 8:30pm EST, Lucinda will share her testimony with Bishop Greg Davis on the Word Network’s Rejoice in the Word Live TV program.

Lucinda’s testimony is one of revelation, acknowledgement and healing. She hopes that others will be healed from their past through her testimony.

“The past four years have been something of an eye opener; there was a lot of hurt, pain, and emotional problems that I was going through as far as dealing with my past…dealing with things that I have gone through,” she says.

According to Moore, God helped her to acknowledge and deal with the trauma she experienced as a victim of sexual abuse and also a troubled marriage which eventually ended in divorce. Moore credits this ‘eye-opening’ period as the catalyst that led to the creation of her current project, Blessed, Broken and Given.

To hear more of Lucinda’s testimony and music, join her on September 29th, in Raleigh, NC, for the Back to Deliverance-Prophetic Encounter Revival at Providence Harvest Church.

Moore’s current Radio Single, “Fire Baptized Medley,” is receiving airplay across the country.

 

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Mark Weber

Mark Weber publishes the MarkWeberMusicBlog.

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