Remembering Mandisa's Joy

Remembering Mandisa's Joy



“Like many other JOY FM listeners, I loved Mandisa. Her smile. Her friendship. Her heart to encourage people, even when she was struggling herself,” says Sandi Brown, JOY FM President. “To know Mandisa was to know an honest, hopeful warrior who fought to overcome so much. She is at peace now in the presence of her Savior. Please join us in praying for her family and friends. We will sing with you again, Mandisa!”




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Lori
Lori
1 month ago

Her music encouraged me so much I’m so sad that she has passed but I know she is with Jesus singing in glory

Patricia Virgin
1 month ago

Just heartbroken but knowing her struggles are over. She provided me so much joy with her singing! My deepest condolences to all those who knew her and loved her.

Patricia Virgin
1 month ago

I hope she knew how much she helped others

Claudia Parker
Claudia Parker
1 month ago

I have been thinking of Mandi’s this last week. God nudging me to pray for her. I’m incredibly sad about this news. I know she struggled when Covid hit. Into the everlasting arms of Jesus.❤️

Kim
Kim
1 month ago

Heartbroken over her struggles in life. Overjoyed she is literally in the arms of Jesus at this moment. Her pain in this world is over ❤️

Jill
Jill
1 month ago

The last concert of hers I was able to attend was her girls only tour. She made sure it was a safe place to talk. I remember her telling how she was struggling as a black Christian woman with the injustices in the news. And when she sang “we all bleed the same, I (a white woman) was in the aisle singing. And a black lady came and put her arms around me and we just sang that beautiful song together. And I wish church could be like that every week

Dana Murley
Dana Murley
1 month ago

Just heard this news. Very sad to take in. Her song “Overcomer” was like an anthem for me. I even remember the first time I heard it, and I wasn’t in a good place. It spurred me on. Because only, only, In and Through, Christ Jesus, can we be an “Overcomer.” I’m so thankful for her life and her love for Jesus. One day.. we will all sing together.

Deanna Hoffman
Deanna Hoffman
1 month ago

So heartbroken for the loss of her. Joyful for her knowing she’s in the presence of the Lord & fully healed of all things that are of this world. Praying for her family & close friends.

Kathy Ewing
Kathy Ewing
1 month ago

She is already missed. She always gave 110% in her shows. RIP friend.

Terrie Riley
Terrie Riley
1 month ago

What an amazing representation of Gods love she shared with all. She will be truly missed but her joy for God will live on forever. Prayers for her family and friends.

PATRICIA LANE
PATRICIA LANE
1 month ago

Mandisa was a beautiful voice of faith, hope, and courage. We will miss her. One day, we will be with her in Heaven, singing together our praises to the Lord.

Doug
Doug
1 month ago

I just read the news about Mandisa, and I’m absolutely crushed. Her music is a constant encouragement to me! On those days that I’m feeling down, I always hear one of her songs on Joy FM, and I immediately feel “Stronger”.

TRACY GWALTNEY
TRACY GWALTNEY
1 month ago

My heart breaks.
Her music always brings me to the feet of Jesus
I’m comforted knowing she is by His side.
Never again feeling the hurt of this world.

Cheryl Jones
Cheryl Jones
28 days ago

Mandisa was a voice that challenged my vocal ability I learned so much from her and her walk was as inspirational as her music. May we meet in Heaven and sing his praises some day where there is no pain and no night only his bright glory.

Last edited 28 days ago by Cheryl Jones
JULIE A CLOONEY
JULIE A CLOONEY
27 days ago

While I know that she is home, I am saddened that we will have to wait a while longer to join her in singing God’s praise. May her music continue to live on and inspire others until that day.

Angela
Angela
26 days ago

When I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2020, Overcomer became my anthem. I put on my workout list and it would inspire me to run faster and faster and keep going. Her powerful voice filled me with such joy. She was a beautiful person inside and out but I have to believe she is in the arms of her Waymaker and she is still singing up in heaven. Thank you Mandisa for sharing your gift with us. You are loved more than you will ever know.

Amy Gregory
Amy Gregory
20 days ago

Mandisa was such a warrior for God and a champion for plus size women all over the world. She made me believe that the beauty on the inside was all that really mattered to God, and if others didn’t see and realize that it was their problem not mine. Her music inspired me and helped me through some of the greatest trials in my life, and always made me sing at the top of my lungs in the car or in my study at home. I think I was blessed to see her in concert three times. God has gained a beautiful chior angel and her musical legacy here on earth will always refresh our souls.