- Interview of Kindra In Christ by Canvas Rebel Magazine:
We caught up with the brilliant and insightful Kindra In Christ a few weeks ago and have shared our conversation below. Kindra thanks for taking the time to share your stories and insights with us today. When did you first know you wanted…
Complete interview found at: Canvas Rebel Magazine
- VAMO Review of Kindra In Christ by Prose Magazine:
- An interview with Kindra In Christ Contemporary Christian Singer and Songwriter conducted by Real Music Hype on August 25, 2022
- Interview with Kindra In Christ and REVIVAL Music Group (RMG) Corp in January, 2022
-Appeared on "Women of Substance" podcast on July 18, 2021.
Kindra In Christ is the only Singer/Songwriter to appear with two (2) songs in this original podcast to include, "Naked and Unashamed" and "I Wear These Wounds for You".
- An interview with Kindra In Christ Contemporary Christian Singer and Songwriter conducted by Indie Music Spot on August 26, 2022
- An interview with Kindra in Christ Contemporary Christian Singer and Songwriter conducted by Music Buzz Online on January 18, 2021
Music Buzz Online Overview:
“Among the broken, to the broken”. Kindra In Christ is a Contemporary Christian Singer and Songwriter that hopes and prays “that each song, above all, will bring glory to God. I also pray that these songs will bring comfort, healing, and encouragement to all of my listeners.”
Kindra In Christ has written hundreds of songs with many having already been produced in Nashville, TN and available to download on her website and a variety of music platforms. Most of her songs, however, are in the process of copyright and/or production. In other words,… stay “tuned” for a lot more to come!
Where are you based?
How long have you been making music?
About three (3) years
What genre would you consider your music to be?
Contemporary Christian Music
What inspired you to pursue a career in music?
I believe that the Lord has placed a calling on my life as a Christian singer and songwriter
What are your biggest musical influences?
Along with many Christian artists, including Lauren Daigle, Plumb, and MercyMe, etc., Psalms has been, and continues to be, a major source of inspiration for my songs
Are you signed to a label or are you an independent artist?
I am currently an unsigned independent artist working with REVIVAL Music Group
What have been the biggest challenges in your music career?
Being a Christian artist in a predominantly secular industry has proven to have its own unique set of challenges
How many songs or albums have you released to date?
We have currently released thirteen (13) songs and are in the process of copyright and/or production for additional songs
Can you tell us a few things about your latest release?
My latest release is entitled “Your Unfailing Love (Won’t Fail Me)”, and includes a lyric video utilizing a unique format
Any plans for new music or upcoming projects we should know about?
I am always in the process of writing new songs, but I am also planning to include additional lyric videos for existing songs.
- An Interview with Kindra in Christ Contemporary Christian Singer and Songwriter Conducted by Profiles In Catholicism Magazine on Dec 10, 2018 by Gordon Nary
Gordon: We interview people of many faiths, just to let our readers know that you are not Catholic. Were you raised in a particular religion?
Kindra: I was raised non-denominational, and after accepting Jesus Christ as my Savior at an early age, I quickly learned that faith is not about a religion, but a relationship with Jesus Christ. Denominations are man-made, and it is easy to get distracted by the differences, instead of focusing on what unites us as Believers – and that is Jesus Christ. Your invitation to interview me is an embodiment of the unity that should occur among the fellowship of believers; it must be about faith, not factions.
Gordon: What inspired you to be a Contemporary Christian Songwriter?
Kindra: For me, it has not been a matter of what, but Who – my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He is the heartbeat of my life and of these songs. I have always loved Christian music, and for me, it has been such an important, and pivotal, lifeline to God. Even at my most desperate times, when I was unable to read the Bible or pray, I would listen to Christian music, and offer it up as a personal prayer to the Lord. It has kept me connected to Him in a tangible way, and He has always brought such comfort to me from it.
Gordon: Song can be a prayer when it is used to praise and communicate with God. What elements in music for you, do you believe have a spiritual subtext ?
Kindra: My songwriting has come as a result of becoming a better listener. What do I mean by this? My heart’s desire is to be an intimate friend of God. I have learned that, as with any friendship, a huge part of intimacy is listening. We often pray to the Lord, but how often do we listen? For me, this was a huge deficiency in my relationship with the Lord. As I have become a more disciplined listener, and started to faithfully practice Psalm 46:10, “Be still and know that I am God,” this stillness has resulted in God speaking His heart to me through music. Not only have I been blessed in getting to know Him more intimately, but I have also been blessed so much by what He has shared with me of His heart. Currently, this has resulted in over 50 songs at various stages of development and copyright. My hope and prayer are that, in and through this music, others will also be blessed by what He has shared.
Gordon: What was the first song that you wrote and what inspired it ?
Kindra: The first song that I wrote was “Who I am in You.” For much of my life, I have lived as a chameleon, trying to adapt to the surrounding people or environment; I have wrestled so much with seeking the approval of others. This led to many sinful choices and addictions. It also, unfortunately, prevented me from forming a solid identity. I spent most of my life never knowing who I was, and more importantly, who God had created me to be. As I have matured in intimacy and fellowship with the Lord, He has begun to reveal to me my unique identity in Jesus Christ. 2 Corinthians 5:17 speaks poignantly to this Truth: “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!” This song was written, as all my songs are, as a conversation between the Lord and me. It is a love song, expressing that through Jesus Christ, I have discovered my identity – it is “Who I am in You”, the You meaning Jesus.
Gordon: What do you consider your most spiritual song and why?
Kindra: In all honesty, I would say all of them! God has blessed me with so many beautiful songs, but I am simply God’s mouthpiece; these are His songs. He has literally chosen to use me as His instrument, and I am so grateful and blessed because of this. However, each and every one of these songs is the music of His heart. Because of this, they are equally worshipful and precious.
Gordon: Who are some or you favorite Contemporary Christian songwriters and why?
Kindra: Boy, that is a toughie! I grew up with Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith, and their music stirred a passion within me at a very young age. Various Contemporary Christian artists have spoken to me in special and unique ways at different points in my life, depending upon the specific issues I was facing at the time. However, I have always connected personally with Plumb’s music because we have a very similar story in certain ways. Just as she has, I have struggled throughout my life with depression and anxiety. I personally relate to her struggles, and greatly appreciate the vulnerability that she expresses in her music; it is so refreshingly honest! The tone of my songs is very similar in that I “wear my heart on my sleeve” in the messages. I want listeners to be able to connect with, and personally encounter, the grace of Jesus Christ, as I have, no matter what they are facing or what they have done. This is the message of the Cross; this is the message of Jesus Christ; and this is the intended message of my music.
Gordon: Thank you for a great Interview !
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