Posted by Duncan Reid on 11 September 2017

Trusting God in times of trial

Alisa Turner hasn't always had an easy ride, as you will see in this new video. In it she tells us of her journey through bereavement and illness - times when God didn't feel close at all. Her struggle is represented in her song My Prayer For You, which she can sing in sincerity as she reflects back on the trials in her life.

Alisa always had a desire to be able to share her music with people, which is what took her out on the road, singing wherever she found an audience. But it was only when she changed the prayer that she was praying that she saw the start of the breakthrough that she was hoping for…

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