Published on Sep 3, 2014
He healeth the broken in heart, and bindeth up their wounds.
Some amazing music for healing… ♥
…about Kate White via www.http://sixfeetdownconference.com
Kate White is a recording artist, speaker, worship leader, nationally acclaimed songwriter and violinist. Kate tours regionally with her band and nationally as a solo artist and speaker. She is a featured speaker for the Kingdom Women’s Conference and is the founder of Music That Matters, an organization dedicated to bringing hope to the hurting. As a trauma survivor Kate began songwriting as a way to help process her own healing journey. 15 years later, Kate’s 7th album and recent release, Six Feet Down, has synthesized her deeper understanding of trauma and what it takes to authentically walk the healing road back to wholeness with lyrics and music that help give a voice to the voiceless, and strength for the journey.
MUSIC THAT MATTERS
Music That Matters is the overseeing non-profit arm of the Kate White Band and other artists working to bring hope and encouragement to broken people. MTM is a Ministry Department of Artists in Christian Testimony, International– a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit organization of Artists seeking community transformation. Kate comes from a history of brokenness that has given her a heart for hurting people. The Kate White Band goes into prisons, shelters, youth detention facilities, addiction recovery homes and schools sharing Kate and the band’s compelling and honest stories through song and word. Their vision is to reach the lost and hurting through their music and help other artists do the same, bringing people to an understanding of God’s love, hope and mercy. MTM also partners with other organizations seeking to help the broken and abused through fundraisers, songwriting / professional recording and benefit concerts. If you would like to financially support Music That Matters, your donation is tax-deductible through A.C.T. Int’l (Artists in Christian Testimony) and helps us continue the ongoing ministry we have to bring hope, healing and encouragement to the broken.