Provided by Youth for Tomorrow
The debut album from Black River Christian singer/songwriter Hannah Kerr, Overflow, is now available.
“I’m so excited for the release of Overflow!” exclaims Kerr. “This album is a product of the last three years of my life and the way God has moved and shaped me through them. I’m praying that the truth and love that He’s poured into me will overflow into the hearts of all who listen, and that lives will be impacted for the better.” Mark Hall of Casting Crowns adds his thoughts by saying, “Hannah Kerr is a fresh new voice for this generation. You can hear her love for Jesus and people in every song.”
Another important announcement was made today, with Kerr being named the first Ambassador Spokesperson for Youth For Tomorrow’s new awareness and fundraising campaign, “YFT HeartBeats,” promoting the importance and impact of music and arts therapy.
The campaign that includes Kerr’s efforts while on tour, through PSAs and use of social media, will also inspire like-minded organizations and individuals to unite in the development of the Jodi McQueen Therapeutic Music & Arts Center to be built on the YFT campus. The Center will feature a broad range of creative and collaborative experiences through quality expressive arts therapies and creative arts education including disciplines of music, dance, theater, and the visual and literary arts. Physical areas within The Center will include music and art classrooms; a graphic arts room; art, music and dance studios, a group rehearsal studio; a recording studio; exhibit halls and an auditorium with a performing stage.
“I feel so passionate about the work that Youth For Tomorrow is doing in the lives of young people, and I’m honored to be the first Ambassador for this incredible organization,” says Kerr. “Youth For Tomorrow provides a place of growth, hope, and healing to teenagers who feel like they have nowhere to turn. I’m excited to be a part of reminding the young people who come to YFT that they are loved dearly by the Creator and that He has plans to give them hope as a future.”