An Ordinary Childhood
Air Date: 2015-11-23
FamilyLife welcomes singer-songwriter Ginny Owens to their staff meeting. Ginny shares how God answered her mother’s prayer for her purpose, and talks about her ordinary childhood in Mississippi, despite her blindness. Ginny, who played piano and sang songs with her grandfather since she was knee high, tells what she did to fit in as a teenager.
A three-time Dove Award winner, Ginny Owens became a household name when she was named Gospel Music Association’s New Artist of the Year in 2000. In a career that has spanned fifteen years, Ginny’s seven studio recordings have amassed nearly one million records in sales and spawned career-defining number ones like “If You Want Me To” and “Free.” Her songwriting prowess has earned her song cuts by artist peers like Rachael Lampa and Christian music legend Michael W. Smith, and a… Click to Read Full Bio