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Denise Pass is an Author with the Upper Room, Worship Leader on staff at her church and a conference Speaker presenting on various topics from her personal experiences and the Word of God.

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About Denise

“But since we have the same spirit of faith as that shown in what has been written, “I believed; therefore I spoke,” we also believe, therefore we also speak. 14 We do so because we know that the one who raised up Jesus will also raise us up with Jesus and will bring us with you into his presence. 15 For all these things are for your sake, so that the grace that is including more and more people may cause thanksgiving to increase to the glory of God.”

2 Corinthians 4:13-15

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Christian Author, Singer/Songwriter, Speaker, Worship Leader & Home Educator writing about seeing deeper truths of God in everyday life. Daniel 2:22

Short Bio

Denise Pass has been described as joyful, real and a master of uncovering and applying profound truths to both the painful seasons as well as the most mundane tedium encountered in real-life.

Her passion is to reach women through writing, speaking and singing with a message of unyielding hope and humor in the face of disillusionment and brokenness.

Currently the Worship Leader for New Life Community Church in Louisa, VA, Denise is a published author with the Upper Room and writes devotions multiple times weekly as well as original songs from her real-life experiences.

Denise is an author, conference speaker and Contemporary Christian Music (CCM) artist who shares her music and message through singing and speaking at retreats, conferences, worship services, festivals and events. Denise imparts a life changing message of unshakeable hope. An award-winning artist on the television show, “An Evening with Champions”, in 2007, a finalist in the International Song Writing Competition in 2017 and the Great American Song Competition with her song, “Layers” in April 2016, and her song “Deeper” from an EP recorded in September 2015. Denise is also in the process of writing her first book.

Longer Bio

Author, Worship Leader, Speaker and Singer-Songwriter Denise Pass is an accomplished writer, speaker and worship leader at New Life Community Church in Louisa, Virginia. Denise shares an inspirational message about seeing the deeper truth in God’s word in the pages of life when it hurts and does not meet our expectations. (www.denisepass.com/blog).

An award-winning artist formerly with Mission of Mercy, Denise won first place on a television show, “An Evening with Champions” with IMMA in 2007 as well as independent inspirational album of the year in 2006 with IGMA. Just as her singing career began to take off in 2007, Denise was hit with a devastating revelation – God revealed to Denise that her husband had a hidden life as a sex offender and was tragically harming their own children.

Walking through divorce and a painful court ordeal, Denise continued to serve in her local church but focused on healing for her children and herself. She is now married to her “Kinsman Redeemer” husband and is once again reaching out with a message of hope and healing.

Denise is the mother of five entertaining and delightful children, the youngest one adopted from Russia: Abigail 22, Deborah 20, Daniel 18, Annalise 16 and Samuel 12, all whom she home educated. A graduate of the University of Maryland with a B.A. in Music Performance, Denise founded and directed a home educational co-op for 12 years as well as engaging in many other educational pursuits, including forming and directing a classical children’s choir. Growing up as a Navy brat and in a broken home, Denise has moved over 30 times. She now resides in Fredericksburg, VA, with her husband and children. In addition to her blog, you can find Denise’s work in The Upper Room publications.

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Hope Reinvented
We are taught to dream and hope, but not taught how to hope. Seems like an obvious, automatic human behavior, but this world’s idea of hope is not hope at all. We tend to fill our hopes with lesser things that perish; misplaced goals that are anchored in the comfort and happiness of this world. Finding hope during suffering is not just about coping, but about reinventing our idea of hope and navigating through disillusionment, by way of a grief process to find real hope in God’s sovereignty and character.

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