Whether it’s singing with young folks in Sunday Schools, performing
songs of positives such as hope, peace and gentleness in churches during
worship services or pastoral receptions, KJ continues to feed positive
energy to this world.
“What we all need is to believe in something good…something
positive,” says KJ. “I’ve found that when this country
is in turmoil, we can pull together (such as immediately following September
11th) or we’ll pull drastically apart (such as in political shifts
in recent times). Through music, I’ve found that getting “back
to the basics” of faith through singing traditional hymns, as well
as in performing contemporary Christian melodies and original songs of
peace, we all can come together and celebrate this gift of life we’ve
all been given. There’s so much power in love. And so much love
in faith. It’s my choice to follow the positives.”
Don’t be surprised to see even the most conservative churchgoer
standing up to hug a friend or echoing a sing of peace as part of KJ’s
songs. She welcomes “sing-a-alongs” and congregational participation
through echoes and handmotions.
KJ comes to any function for a Love offering to cover expenses.