Evangelist And Singer To Raise Money And Minister To Women In Wilmington, DE, Shelters During The Month of October
(Wilmington, DE) - October 1, 2012 - Did you know 1 in 4 women will have experienced domestic violence to some degree in their lifetime? Even sadder is the fact that 1.3 million women are assaulted by their partners every year. Powerhouse gospel vocalist Deanna Ransom, a former victim of domestic violence herself, will be visiting women's shelters throughout the Wilmington, DE, area during October, Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Deanna, through her testimony of overcoming, will be ministering a word of encouragement and singing songs of inspiration to the women at the shelters.
Deanna Ransom has a story to tell. Having experienced what most wouldn't dare to dream, she has taken the tribulations and triumphs and poured them into her music. The Gospel recording artist is not only an incredibly gifted vocalist, but she's a woman on a mission to spread the love of God through song.
Deanna Ransom after losing her husband after only 15 months of marriage, being viciously assaulted and suffering a miscarriage all within the scope of a few months wanted to give up. But she didn't, it wasn't until she experienced the miraculous healing of God; mentally and emotionally, that she knew that she wasn't alone.
During October, Deanna will be visiting three shelters in her hometown of Wilmington, DE. Also, she will be the headliner for the Greater Grace House Women's Shelter Benefit Concert in Detroit, MI on Saturday, October 13, 2012. To assist women experiencing this type of suffering, Deanna will be raising money to help survivors of abuse through FaithFunder.com. Those interested in contributing to this worthy cause can log on to http://bit.ly/U1jOmm.
Deanna's goal while visiting the shelters will be to give her testimony and show her latest music video Never Say Never...Again. Deanna Ransom says, "Domestic violence is so much larger than the physical striking in a relationship or marriage. It is the shattering of trust, the destruction of stability, the unraveling of hope and the onset of true fear for the victim, children and those who love and support them. As someone who has experienced it, it is my desire to show love, support and encouragement while raising awareness and aid for those impacted by the tragedy of domestic violence; that's why I am doing these appearances and the concert. We are looking to raise money for the tour and to raise funds for the items we'd like to give to the ladies as part of the project."
The women will be encouraged to share their reactions to the video and tell their own stories. Allowing healing to take place, Deanna will then minister her latest single "I Am Healed". "I want to encourage and inspire the women with hope for a brighter future; not to stay stuck or focused on the moment of where they have been or where they may be, but to know that God loves them and has a plan for their lives," says Ransom.
To donate money to Deanna Ransom's Domestic Violence Awareness Tour, go to https://www.faithfunder.com/uproject.php?fpv=ODE4MTgx. For more information about Deanna Ransom please log on to www.deannaransom.com.
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