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Love Be The Loudest is an album about love’s incredible power to conquer the darkness, and to bring about hope and change. But there’s no time to only sing about love; we must go live it!

That’s why a portion of every sale of the Love Be The Loudest album goes to support the work of organizations loving and serving hearts in need, both locally and around the world.

We’re excited to begin this mission by partnering with Compassion International, The Next Door and Hope House (a project of World Hope Canada)! Learn more about how we’ll be involved in their work, and join in on the action if you’d like!

Check back often for updates on these organizations, as well as additional projects and partnerships to come!

Together, let’s let LOVE be the loudest voice!

We’re supporting Compassion’s Health and Nutrition initiative, which provides children in need with the means to live a healthy life – clean water, disease prevention, and care for illness and disabilities.

Learn more about this initiative by clicking HERE.

We’re also helping connect sponsors with children who have been waiting the longest, and you can learn more about these precious children by clicking HERE.

The Next Door serves women who are battling addiction, some who have just come from prison, and others who would be headed down that path without intervention.

Learn more by clicking HERE.

** When you give, don’t forget to write in the “Memo” that you heard about this project from Ginny Owens or the Love Be The Loudest fund. Thanks!

The Next Door serves women who are battling addiction, some who have just come from prison, and others who would be headed down that path without intervention.

Learn more by clicking HERE.

** When you give, don’t forget to write in the “Memo” that you heard about this project from Ginny Owens or the Love Be The Loudest fund. Thanks!

Hope House (a project of World Hope Canada)

Can you imagine being just 15 or 16 living in a large city with no income and no family support? Many youth in Ukraine are in this situation and they struggle daily to survive. In a city where human trafficking is commonplace, the potential danger of disappearing is a constant worry, especially for girls.

World Hope Canada has worked in Odessa to provide assistance to vulnerable youth since 2000. The potential danger of girls falling prey to human traffickers compelled us to provide a place of safety for them.

Our Hope House Ministry provides safe and loving homes for teen aged girls who have aged out of the orphanage where they once lived. We offer them the opportunity to continue their education, to learn English and to hear the Gospel message.

Your investment in their lives ensures that they not only have the necessities of life – nutritious food, health care and clothing – but they also receive an education and much needed life skills that come from living in a loving and supportive family. The relatively high costs of living in Ukraine means that each girl requires 10 sponsors at $31/month, for a total of $310.

Learn more about the girls of Hope House and sponsor them HERE.

The Fast I Have Chosen (by Rachel and Jeannette)

Jeannette lives 15km from the Syrian border in Mafraq, Jordan, where she works as a program manager for World Relief Germany. She first visited the country in 2014 to spend Christmas with Christian Iraqi refugees fleeing from ISIS…

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Beyond Compassion – by Rachel Lulich

I’d been in the Air Force for one year when it suddenly occurred to me that I was making money. Yes, I could buy that $99 iPod Shuffle to make running more bearable. But I could also tithe! The problem was, I wasn’t going to church. I’d been at my duty station for several months, but I had no car and didn’t know anybody who did…

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Meet Benita and John…

If you’re visiting this site, you probably know that a portion of every sale of my new Love Be The Loudest album goes to support the work of those who are loudly loving the world. One of those wonderful organizations is Compassion International, and I’d love to introduce you to our first two sponsorees…

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Welcoming The Stranger – by Kori Bailey

Think about those times when you have needed to seek refuge. You’re at an outing in the park, when suddenly the clouds roll in, and the sky lets loose. What do you do? You head for the nearest picnic shelter and wait for a break in the rain. When children are afraid of things that go bump in the night, they call out for the security of a parent…

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