Honaman’s new Contemporary Christian – Country crossover album (“Let Go & Let God”) was released in August of this year. Honaman wrote all ten songs on this project and worked with outstanding producer John Carrozza in creating the finished product. Honaman plans to donate a percentage of the proceeds to the United Service Organizations (USO). Honaman released his first album “Saturday in the South!” in 2006. A pop country collection of upbeat, positive tunes, Honaman used this album to raise money for Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta.
In 2009, Honaman released “Make It Happen! Live Out Your Personal Brand” – a book on authentic leadership and personal branding – and is using proceeds to benefit the USO.
In addition to his creative endeavors, Honaman is a business process and technology executive focused on delivering business intelligence solutions with a large consumer goods organization.
Honaman holds an Industrial Engineering degree from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Auburn University. He lives in Atlanta, Georgia.
Visit Justin at: http://www.honaman.com/
“If I could only find enough pills to swallow – I wouldn’t have to do this anymore!”
Natalie Nichols was in the depths of despair. Just a few years earlier as a teen, Natalie was on the fast-track to a life of ministering to others as a gifted musician and speaker. But then her life turned into a nightmare …
In 1991, at 20 years old, Natalie was a senior honor student at Baylor University, a talented musician, and a gifted motivational speaker. In a matter of weeks, an undiagnosed illness suddenly progressed, taking her on a downward spiral. Finally in 1996, a correct diagnosis was made – late-stage Lyme disease.
By this time there was little left that resembled the teenager who had begun the journey. What began with a flu, fatigue, stiffness, and pain had progressed until she was confined for over seven years in a wheelchair, a bed, and then within her mind, as the infectious disease caused severe cognitive destruction.
It was only God’s grace that carried Natalie through this ultimate test of her faith. His Word literally became her sustenance from day to day. As with Job, the Lord brought her through her trial with His love and grace.
“I would do it all again,” Natalie says, “because of how deeply I now know Christ!”
Even though she still has many recurring challenges, Natalie takes God’s grace to audiences across the country and around the world through TV and radio appearances, conferences and speaking engagements, proclaiming the truth and power of God’s life-changing Word. Since 2000, she and her mother, Sandra, have spoken to thousands of people, challenging them to seek and apply the Word of God in every circumstance of life.
The power of God is truly touching lives and transforming hearts as Natalie shares a heartfelt message of God’s comfort for life’s trials!
Visti Natalie at: http://www.shadesofgrace.org/