Jami Smith is a Christian
recording artistand worship leader based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Jami travels the United States and the world leading audiences in worship with her original music. In 1999, Jami established Spring Rain Ministries, a non-profit ministry. She spends her time serving in her local community along with a full schedule of leading worship, speaking and writing.
Philosophy: "My idea of worship is not a concert, not entertainment, but an interaction between people and God. My hope is to encourage vulnerability before a loving God that we might plead for Him to interrupt our lives," Jami says.
Genre: Inspirational/Worship, Rock, Pop
Music: Jami's most recently released CD is Faith In You, which came out in April 2008. Other recent albums include Bravo God and Hope of All the Earth, a Christmas CD. The songs "Salt and Light" and "Wash Over Me" from her 2002 album release Wash Over Me were chart toppers on Christian radio in the US. Her newest album, Faith In You features the title track, a song dedicated to the health care workers at St. Anthony Hospital in OKC and those everywhere who give so much in the health care profession. The new release also includes "You Dreamed for Me" written in honor of educators. Jami's music has been compared to that of other musicians such as Jennifer Knapp, Alison Krauss, Sarah Kelly, Vicky Beeching, and Waterdeep. [ [http://www.christianitytoday.com/music/reviews/2008/faithinyou.html ChristianityToday.com site] ]
Quotes: “Jami Smith is one of those rare people, creations or gifts from God, if you will, who explodes on stage with ultimate musicianship, singing, ministry and blessing... yet at once remains quietly profound. and naturally lovely."- Jon Rivers, KLOVE Radio. [ [http://www.infinitymusicdistribution.com/artists_jami_smith.htm Infinity Music Artist site] ]
Faith In You (2008); Hope of All the Earth (2005); Bravo God (2005); Wash Over Me (2003); Breathe Deep (2002); Home (2001); Jami Smith (2000); Mysterious Love (1998); Soul Thirst (1998); What I Know (1997); Come Unto Me (1996); In the Shadow (1994); Follow the Leader (1992). [ [http://www.jamismith.com Jami Smith] Official site]
* [http://www.newsok.com/article/2986278 The Oklahoman, Sat December 16, 2006 – Christmas concert honors teachers. Singer wants educators to know hope of Christ. By Carla Hinton]
* [http://www.christianpost.com/article/20050407/5515_Jami_Smith_To_Release_Two_Albums_By_End_Of_The_Year.htm The Christian Post, Thu, Apr. 07 2005 10:27 AM ET. Jami Smith To Release Two Albums By End Of The Year. By Justin Camacho]
* [http://www.accessmylibrary.com/coms2/summary_0286-26703868_ITM HHerald & Review (Decatur, IL), 17-NOV-06. Centered on God. Byline: Huey Freeman]
* [http://nl.newsbank.com/nl-search/we/Archives?p_product=NewsLibrary&p_multi=OJRB&d_place=OJRB&p_theme=newslibrary2&p_action=search&p_maxdocs=200&p_topdoc=1&p_text_direct-0=10C29EB1B2B9EE70&p_field_direct-0=document_id&p_perpage=10&p_sort=YMD_date:D&s_trackval=GooglePM Journal Record, The (Oklahoma City, OK) - August 22, 2005. Oklahoma Christian recording artist lives by faith, and her music]
* [http://www.christianitytoday.com/music/reviews/2008/faithinyou.html ChristianityToday.com site reviewing Faith In You album] * [http://www.verticalmusic.com/index.php?page=worship&ID=3 Vertical Music – Jami Smith]
* [http://www.jamismith.com Jami Smith] Official site
* [http://www.infinitymusicdistribution.com/artists_jami_smith.htm Infinity Music – Jami Smith] Former record label's site.
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