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Dana Hemphill live in concert with Marvin Sapp-November 22nd



When Gospel Artist, Dana Hemphill made the choice to trust God with every area of life, she quickly learned the meaning of faith and obedience. Since making that step, Dana has seen many doors open for her music career and personal life.

From co-starring in the Gospel Music Stage plays, “The Replacement Wife” and “Just Like Yo Daddy”, to sharing the stage with Gospel artists, such as, Kim Burrell, Fred Hammond and Joshua Rogers, Dana is humbled by every connection and ready for more.

Well, the doors are quickly unlocking and on Saturday, November 22nd, Dana Hemphill will open up for Marvin Sapp, at “An Evening of Thanksgiving Benefit Concert, held at Friendship West Baptist Church, 2020 W. Wheatland Rd, Dallas, TX

On the following day, Sunday, November 23rd, Dana will fellowship with and minister through song at The Potter’s House in Forth Worth, TX during their 10am worship service.

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Those in attendance this weekend, can look forward to hearing anointed music from Dana’s debut project I Will Declare, which was released online on October 19th.

Years ago, Dana Hemphill had no idea that the challenges she faced would one day inspire others to live and not die. This is just the beginning for this anointed psalmist as she boldly shares her story and music across the country.

Be inspired Today by Dana’s Testimony of Redemption:

Dana recently opened up about her transition from being an immature preacher’s kid to a woman after God’s heart: “Being a preacher’s kid while growing up in the church definitely gave me the foundation I would soon need in hopes of grace. The fact of losing my father by death at the age of 10 affected me more than what I expected. I found myself searching for love and acceptance in all the wrong places. At the age of 15, I would say was the turning point for what some would call the “rebellious stage”. I hit rock bottom, I knew right from wrong, I was a preacher’s kid for God’s sake and I was expected to live at a higher standard. By this time I was associated with a local gang, dabbling with selling drugs and living a lifestyle that was contrary to what my upbringing was. I found myself pregnant at the age of 16 yrs old and later miscarried the baby. This was a very difficult time for me and I felt there was nothing worth living for anymore. Yes, I was taught better than this and suicide became my only option, so I thought. The enemy had my mind all mixed up. Major depression took the forefront in my life. During this time, I also dropped out of high school for a year and returned my senior year and graduated by attending night school. My experiences pressed me to call on God. I had no choice but to call on God! I had to seek God’s face and ask for his forgiveness. It was from this that I accepted Christ as my savior.


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I’m thankful that God brought me through that Transition. After all the hurt and shame I can stand flat footed and say that “I Still Believe”! It was God that brought me through it all. In order to produce the anointing in our lives we must go through the storms of life to be able to declare who God really is. I know him much better now.” 



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