A local talent to Tri-Cities, Washington, Yamaree, started writing and recording her own lyrics early in life. Though she loved spending time in the studio and worship sets, she learned that pursuing her dreams in music also came with sacrificial cost. As a young adult Yamaree moved to Redding, California with her lungs full of sound, ready to worship. Instead God lead her into a season of unexpected surrender and silence.
This story is full of plot-twists I cannot wait for you to take in.
Yamaree’s is voice is beautifully authentic. Her lyrics are hopeful, but honest, and her heart is open to writing songs that God can use and breathe on. To speak to the young and old, the “Christians” and the “secular.” To draw people to the table with her songs. A table that leads to healing, purpose and Jesus.
After listening to our conversation my prayer is that you will look at light a little differently. That you would be deeply moved as light reflects off ripples of water or pours through an open windows. God’s presence has a beautiful manner of meeting with us and often it’s where the light dances.
Links from today’s show…
“Wrong” by Dan Henig
“Jindupe” by Lauren Dunski