deborah stephens – singing is her calling

deborah stephens – singing is her calling

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Gospel Singer
Some people walk aimlessly through life trying
to find their purpose. But Deborah Stephens
knew she was “called, appointed, and anointed
to worship the Lord.” Stephens has performed
at the 1996 Olympic Games, Bishop T.D. Jakes
Mega Fest, McDonald’s Gospel Fest, Atlanta
Festival of Trees, and Bobby Jones Gospel. She
is reaching every facet of the gospel industry,
even starting her own ministry called Deborah
Stephens Ministries.
“[With the Deborah Stephens] Ministries we
go to some of the nursing homes and minister
[with] music. I am also a licensed and ordained
minister. In my music, I preach,” says
Stephens. “One of the things that I am really
proud of [is] a listening party I started where
local artists come out. [It’s for] people that usually
aren’t seasoned enough to go on stage. We
come together and they present their musical
gifts in the format of listening to each other.”
Stephens currently has two albums; her first
is entitled My Life Will Be Sweeter Someday and
her latest is Life Symphony. It is her first album
that Stephens says has special meaning to her.
“At the time I went through some tragedies
and didn’t know that God was using me. I didn’t
know where I was going, what I was doing, and
didn’t have music as my forefront. I prayed that
God would take me out of that hard place. As I
began to seek Him and stay focused on Him,
He kept me alive.”
adrienne gadling

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