September 4th, 2010
01:55 PM ET

Natalie Grant hopes to start 'Love Revolution'

Natalie Grant

You know why we need a love revolution? Natalie Grant will tell you.

Christians often let people know what they are against, and that needs to change, she said.

"Sometimes I think the loudest voices in the media for Christianity can be so negative," she said during a recent visit to the CNN offices in Atlanta, Georgia. "We let people know the things we don't agree with, all the things that need to be done this way or that way. But we rarely let people know what we are for."


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Filed under: Christianity • Music

September 4th, 2010
01:38 PM ET

Christian singer's mission: Helping former sex slaves

Natalie Grant apologizes for crying, but she can't help it.

She is describing meeting a woman from India who is a counselor in a village where some women have been saved from human traffickers.

The counselor knew all too well what these women went through. When she was 12 her parents took her to Mumbai for her birthday. Her brother traveled with them. When they got off the train, the woman told Grant, she was separated from her family.

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Filed under: Christianity • Music • Sex abuse • Women

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