Karen Harding

Reflecting This July On Freedom

Karen Harding
Karen Harding

A song I co-wrote with John Darrin-Rowsey seems appropriate to quote:
“The life of a slave was all that I knew, a prisoner to sin and it’s shame,
So long in bondage and feeling abused, but that was before Jesus came, and loosed all my shackles, now I can say, “It’s Independence Day!”

“Freedom, Oh, what a word, My past is forgotten my future secured, it’s a new way of living for me, old habits are gone, I’m set free, Was that the sound of chains falling that I just heard?  Freedom, Oh, what a word!”

“If you’ve been held captive and need a release from sorrow that’s dragging you down. Wondering how long you can live in defeat, when all of your hope has been bound,
Your shackles are breaking, child have no fear, The Liberator is here!!!”

Yes!!! We ARE truly FREE!  He that the Son sets free is free indeed!!! Rejoice!  We are FREE!!
Can somebody say “Amen?”

Karen Harding

Karen has been involved in Gospel Music as long as she can remember. At age 2 her parents gave her a quarter to stand on a chair and sing at her local church. At age 4 she started singing tenor with her 8 year old brother, Gary. She no longer needs the chair and is still singing. Karen won the 2003 Exalting Him Talent Search, which landed her a record deal with the highly acclaimed Daywind Music Group with distribution by Word Entertainment. Karen has been blessed to share the stage or sing on projects with some of the best in Gospel Music: The Gaither’s, Mark Lowry, Michael English, The Isaacs, LordSong, Mike Bowling, Reba Rambo-McGuire, The Crabb Family, Nancy Grandquist, The McGruder’s, Kurt Carr and many more.
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