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Thursday January 23, 2014

Josh Millwood - Thursday, January 23, 2014
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ARTIST OF THE DAY
Nicole C Mullen

Few artists in any genre of music possess a more diverse resume than Nicole C. Mullen. From her early days as a background vocalist/dancer/choreographer to writing and recording such classic hits as “Redeemer” to mentoring young women through her Baby Girls Club, Mullen’s creativity and compassion have fueled a life of ministry that has had global impact. Whether working to help free the Trokosi slaves in Ghana or penning signature songs for other artists—such as the Jaci Velasquez hit “On My Knees”—Mullen has long channeled her considerable energy into not just sharing the gospel, but living it.

God’s plan has taken Nicole C. Mullen down many interesting roads and encompassed a variety of roles. She’s a wife, mother, singer, songwriter, speaker, and a successful businesswoman as well as a minister and mentor. Her latest album is a collection of hymns, available exclusively through Family Christian stores.

Stats: Nicole was the first African American to win a Dove award for the Song of the Year - but topping that - she’s one of three people to ever win the award TWICE!

Album: Crown Him  

Twitter: @nicoleCmullen  

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Video: Tis So Sweet (lyrics video)


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