THE BRAND NEW SINGLE FROM HEATHER SCHNOOR FROM HER
UPCOMING EP RELEASE DUE OUT 2018.
The midwestern native who studied opera and moved to Nashville to pursue a career in country music didn’t expect to change gears and pursue a life of ministry through Christian music instead. Yet, a trip to Haiti, a game-changing conversation in front of the Pacific Ocean, and a lot of soul searching showed Heather Schnoor how to embrace the story God is writing with her life, a story she opens up about through a handful of newly recorded songs, including her new single, “All In.”
March is Endometriosis Awareness Month, and I am #1in10. I had debated since the beginning of the month if this is something I would share, but the truth is, it’s a part of my story, a part of my journey, and a big part of how my latest single, “Good” came to life a few years ago. So here it is... It took 8 years (Doc visits, ER visits) before I was officially diagnosed with Stage 3 Endometriosis and being told my chances for children someday were not good. And while I believe anything is possible with the Lord, this news at the time shook me to my core and took me to my darkest place. I felt like I was being robbed of life. I tried to keep it together in front of my family and friends but behind closed doors I was falling apart. I believed the lies and shamed myself into thinking it was all my fault, that I was being punished for past mistakes, that I was causing more stress and worrying for my family, and that no man would ever want me. It was a downhill spiral. I even had to put my music on hold because the medicine I was taking for my chronic pain was effecting my singing voice. Wow, writing this now I laugh because look at how Satan tried to steal my joy, two of my greatest loves, children and music. While I still live with the unknowns of this disease and the future, I’m not letting it define or worry me, I have chosen to put all my hope and trust in the Lord, the holder and maker of all things. Because y’all HIS ways are always higher and always better. Standing and praying with you #endosisters You are fighters and stronger than you know💛 #endometriosis #endometriosisawareness #fighter #blessed #endowarrior #strong #march ... See MoreSee Less