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Amber Rhoads

Amber Rhoads

<p><span>Amber grew up in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area and started leading worship when she was 15 years old. &#160;After receiving a music degree, she traveled and ministered for many years before taking a position as a Worship Pastor at a Dallas church. There she helped launch a thriving worship ministry for 5 years.</span></p> <p><span>Amber felt the Lord moving her to a new season where she could grow as a songwriter and leader. &#160;For the next 6 years, she was the worship leader and President for Sole Desire Ministries, a non-profit organization that ministered all over the world and started hunger relief programs.&#160; Through this ministry, Amber began leading worship in Spanish and has since had the opportunity to minister to thousands in Mexico, Puerto Rico, and Israel.</span></p> <p><span>She is currently a worship leader on staff at Gateway Church in Dallas. Amber was also the worship leader for the Women of Faith Fall 2013 Tour. &#160;She&#160;is featured as a vocalist on albums for Gateway Worship, Zach Neese, Rita Springer and Women of Faith. &#160;She has recorded five English albums and one Spanish album. &#160;Amber's new EP called "Broken Beautiful" released on August 27th, 2013 to positive reviews. &#160;It contains songs co-written with Mia Fieldes, Michael Farren, Richie Fike, All Sons &amp; Daughters and others.&#160;</span></p> <p><span>Amber believes that praise is a powerful weapon and desires to see every person experience an intimate relationship with God. &#160;Amber's message is one of restoration, healing and love. &#160;She has been on a journey the last few years that has had its share of valley experiences. &#160;Her only daughter was diagnosed with an incurable disease that causes tumors in all her vital organs. &#160;Amber gives hope and encouragement through music to others who need healing in their lives. &#160;Her heart is to see God take the brokenness in every life and turn it into something beautiful.</span></p>