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Learn the Powerful ways of drawing closer to God through music and prayer 

Sing Hope in the Darkness is Ginny’s first worship EP! Recorded at the Art House in Nashville, produced by Tyrus Morgan (Unspoken, We are Messengers), and mixed by Seth Tally (Sandra McCracken, Bethel), this organic, live offering features songs that run the gamut from modern worship to ancient hymns.

“My hope was to create songs that are useful for reflection and worship, with strong, clear truths people will want to sing to themselves beyond Sunday morning,” Ginny said of the project.

The lyrics of Sing Hope in the Darkness were largely inspired during the writing of Ginny’s new book, Singing In The Dark.

THE NEW BOOK

AND ACCOMPANYING EP

BOTH OUT NOW!

What others are saying about the book:

“With gentleness and vulnerability, Ginny Owens leads us into an exploration of the songs of the Bible. Few things speak to me from Scripture more than the expressions of deep longings, joy, and pain expressed by so many of the real human souls we meet there. I’m captivated by Ginny’s ability to bring these passages to life by bridging to her own life. Who better than Ginny Owens to teach us all how to sing in the dark?”
~ Michael W. Smith, singer and songwriter, bestselling author, speaker, artist

“Ginny encourages me to sing through my own times of darkness, of walking through the valley when He asks us to.”
~ Joni Erickson Tada, CEO of Joni and Friends, global leader in disability advocacy, bestselling author, speaker, artist  

THE EP INCLUDES THESE SINGLES:

When we are faced with circumstances outside of our control, we can start to feel lost and hopeless. Blind since age three, Ginny Owens’s unique approach to music and books on darkness, life, and faith has a way of helping us see more clearly so we can find hope in the midst of suffering.

You don’t always get to choose your circumstances,
but you do get to choose the story your life tells. Here’s what I’ve learned:

You Have A Purpose

Despite your past failures or present weaknesses, you are part of a story that is much bigger than you, and far greater than anything you could ever imagine.

Pain Is Not Your Enemy

The more we know God, the more we can see that our pain has purpose, and the less we’ll be defined by it.

Gratitude Unlocks Contentment

When you feel unfulfilled, think about the things you are thankful for, and your anxiety will fade as your perspective changes.

Joy Is Possible

Joy is something we rarely talk about and experience even less, but it is possible. Joy is a real thing God longs for us to know firsthand.

Experience joy through music and writing – start here!

Buy My Music

Throughout my career, I’ve shared songs and stories of hope everywhere from music venues to churches to independent films. But I especially love hearing about people enjoying my music in the car, on the bus, or at home doing the dishes. Click HERE to listen.

Read My 14-Day Devotional

Ever feel so overwhelmed with life that you can’t rest, hear yourself think, or know what God is actually saying to you? I used to feel that way every day, until I began to learn how to make space in my life to listen for what is most important. Let’s spend 14 days together discovering how we can learn to calm our anxious hearts and hear God’s voice above the noise.

Find An Event Near You

I love taking my music and message of hope and courage on the road. Check out my schedule of concerts, speaking events, and Facebook Live mini-concerts. I look forward to meeting you soon.

EXPRESSIONS I – RADIANT •• EXPRESSIONS II – WONDER

both eps available now!

The second of Ginny’s two new EPs is out now!

Expressions II: Wonder is the second of two EPs released by Ginny Owens. Wonder is a more reflective collection of songs than the pop-infused Radiant, containing remixes of a few favorites, including “Remind Me (acoustic)” and “Magnified (acoustic),” as well as new contemplative offerings such as “Broken Beautifully,” an engaging, slightly humorous ballad about Ginny’s journey with blindness, and “Don’t You Dare,” a song of encouragement to those desperately reaching for hope. This gentle EP will especially appeal to those who enjoy Owens’ classic singer/songwriter stylings.

The first of Ginny’s two new EPs from late 2020:

Expressions I: Radiant features uplifting anthems such as “Stand With Me,” “Shine Again,” and “Echo” – get yours now by using the button here!

Expressions II: Wonder will be available on February 12 and offers more reflective, acoustic moments like Remind Me (Acoustic), Broken Beautifully (The Airport Man Song) and a guitar-vocal version of “Shine Again.”

Listen to and download the recent single “SHINE AGAIN, as well as other recent singles now!

(click images to get yours now!)

Through her music and desire to help other visually-impaired people with her online educational videos, Ginny’s angelic, beautiful music lets us see the heart of God and her real, hope-filled life. Thank you Ginny for sharing your gifts with us — you’re truly an inspiration to so many of us!
Annie B.

I love how much thought Ginny puts into her lyrics. I will always remember listening to my favorite songs on repeat while deployed in Afghanistan; she is truly a “light in the world.”
Rachel L.

Ginny Owens’ music has changed my life as I’ve learned to live a new normal with chronic illness. Many nurses and doctors have told me they needed to hear her music as it played in countless hospital rooms and even through entire operating rooms as a source comfort.
Ashley R.

There’s something to be said for the phrase “there are none so blind as those who will not see”… and Ginny represents to me the opposite of that. Despite her lack of sight, her vision is extraordinary, and her friendship and humor have been both an inspiration and a blessing in my life.
Pepper M.

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_mg_1398_smGinny Owens became a household name as the Gospel Music Association’s 2000 New Artist of the Year. Growing in notoriety as both a singer and a songwriter, winning 3 Dove awards and multiple ASCAP Awards along the way, Owens has sold over a million records over the course of her career. A top performer on the Christian radio charts with hits like “If You Want Me To,” “Free” and “I Wanna Be Moved” among others, Owens has released no less than 11 full albums and 3 EPs, and her music has also impacted mainstream audiences at Lilith Fair, the Sundance Film Festival and the White House.
Let It Echo

Let It Echo

I think people don’t often realize how much of an impression they can make on others when they aren’t afraid, or push past their fear, to simply let themselves be known, even in the smallest ways.

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Join my 2020 Vision Team!

Join my 2020 Vision Team!

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably been encouraged by my music in some way, and for that I am so beyond thankful! I absolutely love sharing hope, joy, and encouragement through the songs I write, and some days, I still can’t believe I get to do this for a living…

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Let It Echo

Let It Echo

I think people don’t often realize how much of an impression they can make on others when they aren’t afraid, or push past their fear, to simply let themselves be known, even in the smallest ways.

read more
Stand With Me

Stand With Me

Like many of you, I am deeply concerned about our inability to see each other these days. It seems we have become slaves to our polarizing politics and our presumed right to speak our truth regardless of who we hurt. So we’re not listening. We’re shouting. And as a result, we’re all little islands, standing alone…

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Join my 2020 Vision Team!

Join my 2020 Vision Team!

If you’re reading this, you’ve probably been encouraged by my music in some way, and for that I am so beyond thankful! I absolutely love sharing hope, joy, and encouragement through the songs I write, and some days, I still can’t believe I get to do this for a living…

read more

I had such a blast joining my friends at the @lamplighterministries in Upstate NY for a concert! So exciting doing concerts again! And the best part of this one was that everyone in the room was a fabulous singer. Made my job really easy. There’s something so beautiful and powerful about connecting through music. ...

What were you afraid of as a kid?
My greatest fears were getting stung by a wasp, being struck by lightning, and getting stuck with the babysitter for the rest of my natural life. I’d love to hear some of yours, so please leave them in the comments.

I’ve been surprised to realize that lots of the fears I have as an adult are about as silly as my kid fears were. How about you?

In chapter 9 of Singing in the Dark, I talk about some of these fears, and how we can move past them to a place of hope. Listen to the full chapter when you download the audio version of Singing in the Dark - link in bio!
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“There is a Father,
Whose strength surrounds us;
He is strong enough to conquer all our fears.” - “Greater Still”

Have you seen the new lyric video for “Great Still?” If not, you can find it in the link in my bio!
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I have seen music work miracles in people’s lives. I first witnessed this when I student taught at a large high school, during my last semester of college. Here’s an excerpt from my new book, Singing in the Dark! Listen to the full chapter where I share the story of what I learned from this experience when you download the audio version of Singing in the Dark! (Link in my bio) ...

I recently had a lovely chat with the ladies from the @wycliffeusa Wycliffe Women and the Word podcast, and I’d love for you to check it out. We covered everything from how Go’ds power works in and through us to…well…bacon!
Enjoy! Link in Bio!
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And now for something a little different…

Today’s motivational moment is brought to you by my friends Naomi, Greg, Kori…and moi, from their living room. Naomi is crushing it on one of our favorite songs from The Greatest Showman! Enjoy!! 🙂

#mondaymusicmotivation #mondaymotivation #monday #insipration #motivation
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I’m so excited to share with you a chat with my friends at @100huntley! You might learn some stories behind Singing in the Dark you haven’t heard before, and, there’s a live song, too! I hope you enjoy!

Link in Bio!
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There's a quote from Tim Keller that says “The essence of Gospel humility is not thinking more of myself or less of myself, it is thinking of myself less.”
Have you ever thought what a relief it would be to stop thinking about yourself?

I have for sure. Every time I create a video or photo to post—which always takes way longer than it should--or when I’m working on what to wear on stage, I think it would be so great to be thinking about something else.

And the good news is, Jesus says not only can we change our thinking, but we should.

His heart and mind were full of love for His Father and for us as He healed, restored hope, and carried our guilt to the grave.

And He calls us to follow His example.

When we trust Him, we find freedom to forget ourselves, and to fill our mental space with caring for each other and loving Him by doing what He would have done.
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No matter how different we are, we share in common a desire to be seen, known, and loved by others. Over the past week, I have so enjoyed being a part of a couple of @joniandfriends family retreats, where I’ve watched as folks with disabilities and their families have been seen, loved, and known by those around them, as they’ve done life together.

Beautiful stuff! 🙂
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“Suffering is having what you don’t want and wanting what you don’t have.” – Elisabeth Elliot

Isn’t this so true?
Suffering is never enjoyable, but I have to admit, when I invite God into my suffering, He always teaches me things about myself and Himself that humble me.

He always opens my eyes to truth I didn’t see before.
Being a person with a physical challenge—(and also a creative introvert—means that I have lived much of my life as an outsider looking in.

But this perspective has given me time to learn some skills I’m glad I have.
I like to listen. I’m curious. And I can recognize when someone feels, or is, unseen by others. And best of all, I can listen and encourage them, so they know they are seen.

What are some ways the suffering in your life has changed you for the better? I’d love to hear, so please let me know in the comments!
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The folks who wrote the Bible lived during harder times than most of us do.
People often died from diseases. War, drought, and famine were always looming possibilities.

So when David sings that the Lord, his shepherd, has given him everything he needs, I have to stop and recognize what it meant for him to write and sing those words.
They aren’t the lyrics of a sappy song meant for kitchy art, but a heart song to a God he trusted.
He knew God would always provide for and protect him. And meet every need he had.
I often convince myself I need more than I have, and that it’s up to me to figure out how to get it.

Can you relate?
David’s words remind us those are deep lies.

If God is with us, then there is no part of our lives beyond His reach. Nothing He doesn’t know or understand or care about when it comes to us.

We, like sheep, can’t know what he knows, so we have to learn to trust. And trusting Him to lead means we experience deep contentment and great hope.

And then, I think, we start to sing like David! 😂
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