Mandisa grew up singing in church. After completing a bachelor’s degree in music, Mandisa performed session work as a backup singer for a wide variety of artists including Christian author and speaker Beth Moore, Sandi Patty, Shania Twain, Take 6, and Trisha Yearwood. She finished in American Idol’s Top 9 in 2006. In 2007, she was signed by Sparrow Records. Her book, IdolEyes (with Angela Elwell Hunt), was published by Tyndale House in May 2007 and her debut CD, True Beauty, was released two months later. Mandisa is back with a renewed passion for her music and a willingness to be totally transparent and vulnerable about her journey.
Founded by Dr. Joel Kerschenbaum in 1996, Interfaith Community Clinic (formerly The South County Community Clinic) provides a medical home to the uninsured residents of Montgomery County. The Clinic focuses not only on treating patients, but also educating patients and their families to address the root causes of healthcare issues and providing them with the knowledge and tools to practice healthy lifestyle habits.
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