ARTIST OF THE DAY
Originally from Boston, MA - Jaime relocated to Seattle, WA after college and spent years serving at The City Church. More recently she moved to Nashville to focus on her music career.
Jaime’s music and bubbly personality have touched thousands of young women as she’s appeared on Point of Grace’s Girls of Grace conferences. In addition, Jaime has stepped forward and launched her own “Modest is Hottest” conferences for young girls. Last summer, she also went to Peru with 800 girls on a mission trip sponsored by Brio magazine.
Since Jaime has signed with Centricity Records, she’s toured relentlessly over the past few years and loves having an opportunity to reach people, especially young girls. Having come to Christ during her college years, Jaime admits she made her share of mistakes before becoming a believer, and those moments have made her better equipped to minister to young girls struggling through some of the same issues.
In Studio: Jaime's latest album was produced by Nathan Nockels (of Watermark). When struggling for authenticity during the awkward recording of the vocals for the album, Nathan challenged Jaime to forget anyone else is around and spend time worshiping God. That advice is what led to the emotional, powerful and undoubtedly worshipful nature of the new album.
Fact: Jaime grew up with a severe learning disability. She credits her struggles in learning to her earnestness in encouraging young women to give everything to their Savior.
Music: Jaime is featured on the Centricity Easter EP along with Aaron Shust, Andrew Peterson, Sixteen Cities, Downhere and Jason Gray.
Ministry: Modest is Hottest
Album: Above the Noise
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Video: The Stand
Q: Who was Saul's daughter who married David?
A: Michal (1 Samuel 18:27-28)
Way to go Bill in Seaford!