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Singer / Songwriter
Speaker
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Singer / Songwriter
Speaker
Laughter Enthusiast

Finding Hope That Lasts

We all find ourselves longing for more than this world can offer. By recognizing the hope available to us, even in the darkness, we can experience true joy and freedom.

We don’t always get to choose our circumstances, but we do get to choose the story our life tells.

When faced with challenging situations outside of our control, it’s easy to feel lost and hopeless. Ginny Owens uses her story of finding hope in the darkness to create music and books that offer a redemptive perspective on suffering. Ginny’s message is one of hope and purpose, and she wants you to know these are available to you.

Let your life tell a story of hope.

Experience Hope Through Ginny’s New Book, Singing in the Dark.

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

THE NEW BOOK

AND ACCOMPANYING EP

BOTH OUT NOW!

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.

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 

Finding Hope That Lasts

We all find ourselves longing for more than this world can offer. By recognizing the hope available to us, even in the darkness, we can experience true joy and freedom.

We don’t always get to choose our circumstances, but we do get to choose the story our life tells.

When faced with challenging situations outside of our control, it’s easy to feel lost and hopeless. Ginny Owens uses her story of finding hope in the darkness to create music and books that offer a redemptive perspective on suffering. Ginny’s message is one of hope and purpose, and she wants you to know these are available to you.

Let your life tell a story of hope.

Experience Hope Through Ginny’s New Book, Singing in the Dark.

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

THE NEW BOOK

AND ACCOMPANYING EP

BOTH OUT NOW!

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.

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 

Sometimes You Need a Voice of Hope in the Dark.

Pursuing ultimate significance in work and achievements leaves us all disappointed and discouraged. It can feel like we are working hard to find meaning and purpose in this life, only to find ourselves more lost and confused than we were before. We can only experience true peace and joy when placing our hope in God. Ginny Owens helps us connect with Him and experience His true light through her new book, Singing in the Dark.

Ginny has been blind since age three, and most people assume that this has been her biggest struggle in life. But that simply isn’t true. In her books, music, and speaking engagements, Ginny shares about challenges that are easy for many of us to relate to—career, relationship, illness, and finding hope amidst these challenges. Like a friend over coffee, she shares her own doubts and insecurities through the lens of hopefulness, with humor, empathy, and humility, helping followers connect with God’s perfect voice of hope.

When we find ourselves in darkness, Ginny’s story gives us hope and points us back to God.

 

 

Ginny’s Message:

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.

Gratitude Unlocks Contentment

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

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.

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.

How To Engage With Ginny:

Singing in the Dark

Ginny’s new book guides readers through experiencing God’s hope and shows them light in the midst of suffering.

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MUSIC

Ginny’s new album, Sing Hope in the Darkness, will be your new favorite soundtrack.

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SPEAKING

Through levity and understanding, Ginny connects with audiences to share hope and joy.

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VIDEOS

Ginny shares her day-to-day life as a blind person through lots of laughter and vulnerability.

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Meet Ginny…

Ginny Owens has spent the past two decades sharing her heart with listeners and readers as a singer/songwriter, author, teacher, and advocate. Her unique musical style and inspirational lyrics transcend genre definition and have taken her to diverse venues, including the White House, the Sundance Film Festival, Lilith Fair, and the National Day of Prayer in Washington, D.C. Ginny has also taught as an adjunct professor at her alma mater, Belmont University, served as a worship leader, partnered with nonprofits, and authored two books.

Catch Ginny Live!

Catch Ginny on FACEBOOK LIVE every Monday and Friday at 12:30pm ET!

I’ve never thought weakness was a good thing. As a person who can’t see, I find that people’s first impression of me tends to be that I am weak. That’s annoying. Hurtful. Sometimes even humiliating.

I have spent a lot of my life trying to prove I’m stronger, wiser, better than people think.

How about you?

The truth is, we all have weaknesses. None of us can do life alone.

We all need others to help carry our loads and navigate the road ahead. And they need us, too - to be honest that the struggle is real.

It turns out weakness is a powerful, beautiful tool God uses to deepen our character and teach us to trust Him – and each other.

It’s only when we know we’re weak that we ask for God’s strength.
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Today isn’t all we have; in fact, it’s just our next step toward forever.
And Heaven’s promise of what forever will be like is incredible.
Just think about it…

Pain will be gone. No more tears. Darkness. Disease. Doubt.
God and us, face to face forever. Here’s a song all about it. Listen to it. Sing it with your friends or your church. Get the mp3 and charts on @weareworship by clicking the link in my bio!
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Happy Friday! I hope you're able to take a break this weekend and enjoy some time outside if it's not sooo hot out ☀️ 😂 I personally am already READY to say "bring on the snow!" ❄️

Are you a summer🏖 or winter☃️ person?
I’m good with winter ❄️. Totally good with it.
I prefer fall, but I don’t mind the thick jackets and blankets and the radiator on full blast.

How about you? What is your favorite season and why do you love it?
😊
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“...because you’re a human being, you know what it is to do battle with darkness.” – Singing in the Dark, Introduction.

Do you enjoy the reading plans on @youversion as much as I do? There is now one for Singing in the Dark. Yea! And it’s only four days, so it’s easy to finish! You can find it by clicking the link in my bio!
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“At every turn,
You think you’ve been defeated;
It’s taken all
You have to just get through;
And though you may not see it now,
Hope is waiting,
Reaching out its arms for you.” – "Don’t You Dare", Ginny Owens.

Whatever it is you're facing this week, whatever you're in the middle of, I pray that you're reminded that hope is, indeed, waiting and reaching out its arms for you. 🥰 Happy Wednesday.
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I’m so excited that @weareworship is featuring “Greater Still” as their free song for the
next two weeks! So cool! If you’d like to have a transposable chord chart, sheet music, and mp3 of the song, check out the link in bio!
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Before Moses died, he taught Israel a song of hope to sing in the Promised Land, so that they could stay connected to God. And guess how that song began?
By declaring who God is and all the ways He is great.
Why do you think Moses began the song this way?
Because when people sang it, it would remind them that God was more--
more powerful, more wise, more reliable, more loving, more perfect than they could ever hope to be.
And why was it important to repeatedly tell themselves that God was more?
Because the more they pondered who He is, the more they were moved by His
awesomeness—His “more”ness,” trusting Him with everything in their lives.
And the same holds true for us.
The greater we believe God to be, the greater our hope in Him becomes.
And as our hope in Him grows, our frustrations with current challenges and fears about the future begin to fade into the background.
What aspect of God’s character is the most moving to you right now?
I am thankful that He is both faithful—He never turns His back on me—and just—He
will one day right all the wrongs I see in the world.
I’d love to hear your thoughts, so please leave them in the comments.
So let’s think on God’s greatness this week.
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The bigger our view of forever, the better we’ll live today.

Here is the brand new video for “Greater Still,” a song all about how the good things we experience now are just a taste of the best things yet to come.

If this song encourages you, I’d be honored if you’d share it. Enjoy!

Link in Bio for Full Video

#newmusic #lyricvideo #ginnyowens #ginnyowensmusic #ginnyowenslyrics #greater #hope
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My favorite chats are the ones I get to have with my favorite people, and you guys know how much I love @andrewbgreer and @patsyclairmont! They invited me to join them on the Bridges podcast, where we talk about a little bit of everything, including the power of music. (Link is in bio!) ...

Got to make a quick trip to Dallas to join the @lifetodaytv team to record an upcoming episode of their show.

The loveliest people ever! 🙂

Can’t wait to share our time together with you! Stay tuned for details!
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I have a fun idea called Musical Motivational Moment. I’ll share a chorus of a song with encouraging, inspiring lyrics to help us get through the week with hope.

What do you think? Is this a fun idea? If so, what songs, mine or anyone else’s, would you like to hear choruses of?

Here’s one of mine to start. It’s called “Don’t You Dare,” and you can find it anywhere you find songs.
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Happy Sunday. I hope this truth encourages your heart as it’s encouraging mine today.

It only gets better from here, friends!
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Order Ginny’s New Book, Singing in the Dark

Far too often, life’s challenges and questions cause people to fight feelings of doubt and despair as they search endlessly for hope. In Singing in the Dark, Ginny Owens introduces the reader to powerful ways of drawing closer to God and how the elements of music, prayer, and lament offer rich, vibrant, and joyful communion with Him, especially on the darkest days.

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Management, Press, Music & Speaking Engagements:
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phone: 615-921-8714
email: david@halogenentertainment.com
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Connect

Follow on Social Media

Stream Music & Watch Videos

Contribute for Exclusive Content

Management, Press, Music & Speaking Engagements:
Halogen Entertainment
phone: 615-921-8714
email: david@halogenentertainment.com
For all other questions, please fill out this form.

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