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Sept. 21, 2021

Natalie Grant


Singer, songwriter, author, legislative activist: Natalie Grant has held many titles throughout her storied career. However, at heart, Natalie is simply a girl who said yes to God’s call to step out in faith.

 

In this episode of Trevor Talks, Natalie outlines her road from a childhood in Seattle to an acclaimed eight-time GRAMMY nominee and five-time Dove Award-winning Female Vocalist of the Year. Along the way, God placed a passion in her heart for children who were being trafficked, both at home and around the world. The result is Hope For Justice, a nonprofit organization that has brought restoration to the lives of 102,803 children in the last year alone and recently was a key player in passing groundbreaking labor trafficking legislation.

 

Natalie Grant is bringing her passionate heart and intensely resonant voice to so many places that we could barely cover all of them in this episode. You’ll find so much more of the story in Natalie’s most recent book, Dare to Be, written in collaboration with her ministry partner Charlotte Gambill. Find it on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

 

Follow Natalie Grant:

Website: https://nataliegrant.com/

Instagram: @nataliegrant

Facebook: Natalie Grant

Twitter: @nataliegrant

 

Learn more about Hope For Justice:

Website: https://hopeforjustice.org/

Instagram: @hopeforjusticeintl

Facebook: Hope For Justice

Twitter: @hopeforjustice

 

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Natalie Grant

As an Eight-time GRAMMY® nominee and Five-time GMA Dove Awards Female Vocalist of the Year, Natalie Grant has become an icon in Christian & Gospel music. In addition to garnering more than 500 million streams and multiple number #1 albums and singles on the Billboard Charts, she is also a respected author and philanthropist. She is the co-founder of Hope for Justice, a non-profit organization in the fight against human trafficking, which has 32 offices across 9 countries and 5 continents and has helped 102,803 children in the last year.