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Singer Ana Bolívar uses music to make Jesus known


Her name is Ana Bolívar, a Colombian singer who has been revolutionizing the world of music with the goal of sharing her experience through her relationship with Jesus.

ANA BOLÍVAR
Singer
“The invitation I want to reach people's hearts is to see life in a different way, to live in 'miracle mode,' and that means recognizing God in what goes on in the world and realizing that He accompanies us throughout life's challenges, and that He enters into the boat with us to help us row, on both calm and stormy days.”

ANA BOLÍVAR
Singer
“I feel guided by the will of my captain, [God], and I place myself in His hands. I know He has spoken and that He will continue to speak. He will not remain silent, and He's closer to us now more than ever. That's what I hope to communicate with my music, and that's my relationship with the faith.”

Ana is a music producer and professor at the University of Bogotá, though she says her true calling is singing. Her lyrics have inspired hundreds of people. One of her fans shared how Ana's music changed her life during the pandemic.

ANA BOLÍVAR
Singer
“She told me, 'This is the best thing that could have happened to me, thanks to an experience I had because of one of your songs, called “Where you go I'll go.” I was submerged in the world of alcohol. I felt lost one day. I didn't know where I was. The pandemic locked us away, and a few days later, they showed me the song, and I started to cry. I started to feel something in my heart telling me that God loves me very much.'”

Her latest project is the album “Modo Milagro,” in English, “Miracle Mode,” which includes 10 songs offering a new way to approach life, and a companion for the journey.

Daniel Díaz Vizzi

Translation: CT