For singer-songwriter, Hannah Foster, music has always been her saving grace. From the age of five, Hannah began singing in church and sharing the love of Christ with as many people as she could. She is a gifted songwriter who shares her original music on stages as a guest artist, on radio, on television shows such as Babbie’s House and her home church. “Music has always been so special to me and has helped shape me into who I am today.” Hannah says. “To see people uplifted and encouraged by the words God has given me is one of the most powerful things I have ever experienced.”
Hannah grew up in a small, quaint town in Middle Georgia, where she was taught the importance of having a true relationship with God and making him the center of her life. Influenced by artists such as Michael W. Smith and Natalie Grant, Hannah, endeavors to write and perform music that strengthens the faith of fellow believers in Christ. A young married woman, Hannah writes and speaks as one who has wisdom beyond her years. She knows that life’s challenges are unavoidable and she encourages those who listen to her music to embrace life’s challenges and use those circumstances as opportunities to grow deeper in the Lord.
Hannah released her first single entitled “You Deliver Me” on September 21, 2018. The song is a testament to one who knows what it is like to be free from the chains of the past, to live a life of freedom and victory. You can find this single on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music. She is very excited to share her most personal words with the world in hopes that someone can relate and be touched by this song. She is aware of the fact that living in bondage to the past affects everyone, regardless of age or demographic. She says, many women of all ages are responding to the song, You Deliver Me, and understanding that God has a purpose and a plan for us in spite of our past mistakes. Even women in their 50’s and 60’s are understanding their freedom in Christ and finding encouragement in Hannah’s music and her uplifting blog.
“All glory and honor goes to God.” Hannah says. He is the reason for it all.”