Introducing Danielle Kingsley, ROOTS’ newest voice mentor!
Danielle Kingsley (voice), a Southern California native, served as a missionary and worship leader for 10 years at a growing church planted by her family in Salt Lake City, Utah. In 2007, Danielle moved to Nashville, Tennessee, where she was the original vocalist to record the now popular worship song, “Your Great Name.” In 2013, she released her first EP, Falling, which generated two #1 singles on International Christian radio.
Since the recent loss of her father to a brief battle with cancer, Danielle has been sharing her story about finding hope through loss and the peace that is found in Jesus at a variety of conferences across the United States.
Danielle has a Bachelor’s of Science in Worship Arts & Music from Williamson Christian College. She is currently a worship leader at The People’s Church in Franklin, Tennessee.
She’s been teaching voice for seven years and thrives on working with a range of students–from beginners to experienced vocalists. “I love helping student’s reach their potential as a vocalist, and encouraging them to pursue the gifts that God has given them,” she said.
The intersection of worship, work and pouring into the next generation fuels her. “I have been leading worship for majority of my life, and I love mentoring young people with a heart for music and ministry.”
Q&A with Danielle
A quote good enough to be Instagrammed:
“Let love and faithfulness never leave you; bind them around your neck, write them on the tablet of your heart.” -Proverbs 3:3
Last thing that made you laugh out loud:
It was probably something cute my 7-year-old niece said or did!
Your coffee order:
Iced green tea unsweetened 🙂