Music & Culture
Podcast With Singer-Songwriter Dé Ana and Her “War Cry” Album
Written by Christi Given | June 16, 2018
Recently, I launched the “Building Holy-Wood” podcast in Media, Music & Technology on SoundCloud. My fourth episode is with singer-songwriter Dé Ana.
She released her new album, War Cry, and it is available on iTunes now. Dé Ana is not only a sister in Christ to me, but is a worship leader and talented artist. She is a biblical end times warrior and what I call a lioness. She really roars her voice for Jesus and is a bold witness for the Lord.
Tune in to episode 4 of the “Building Holy-Wood” podcast right here.
I love Dé Ana’s song, “War Cry,” the title of—and first track on—her EP. Some of the lyrics are: “Yeah, let your War Cry out, from the inside out…I’m going through…I know you feel alone, you gotta a roof but it ain’t no home…I believe in you…you’re going through….”
What is it you’re standing up for, contending for, believing for or proclaiming? We all have a voice in this generation and we all have an opportunity to rise up and be the daughters that God has called us to be. The Bible says that the earth is groaning and waiting for the sons and daughters to reveal themselves in the last days.
For the earnest expectation (groaning of the earth) of the creature waiteth for the manifestation of the sons (and daughters) of God. (Romans 8:19)
Dé Ana gives half her music proceeds to foundations for many of her concerts and CD sales. If you would like to help end the horrific events of human trafficking and help people get rescued, go to the King’s Ransom Foundation website. The funds go directly to the victims and helping abolish slavery and sexual abuse. Their goal is to rescue 1,000 human trafficking victims. Click here to support the cause.
Another organization that Dé Ana supports is called Destiny Rescue. If you choose to support Dé Ana’s music, you will be helping to end the crime of human trafficking, but you can also go above and beyond if you desire to partner regularly with either smaller organization (King’s Ransom Foundation or Destiny Rescue) for anti-human trafficking. For a larger-scale organization, you can go to A21.org, which is global.
PI Girls, has listening to the podcast inspired you to follow your dreams? How can you raise your voice for justice and help spread God’s message of love? Comment below!