Rhoda Kershaw | Giving Back Love

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Giving Back Love

by Rhoda Kershaw

Rocking out with Jesus, the truth and life!! I can't even categorize this music as it is differn't. I guess that would be alternative.
Genre: Spiritual: Alternative CCM
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1. Jesus Reflection
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2. Soft Spoken Rage
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2:51 album only
3. The Castle
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3:26 album only
4. Ugly Dress
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3:15 album only
5. Weeds
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3:07 album only
6. Familiar Ground
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2:48 album only
7. Visual
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8. Dragons
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9. Giving Back Love
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Eighteen and innocent I traveled to Japan for what I thought was a legitimate singing contract, but the job was just a lure into the nightmarish world of sex trafficking. As a porcelain-skinned, blue eyed redhead I was the prized captive of my traffickers the Japanese mafia "yakuza" who drugged, raped and tortured me. Three unspeakable days later I escaped and ran naked into the streets of Japan where a woman took me in and called the authorities. The Japanese police, government officials, media and hospital staff further traumatized me - one of which told me that I should get on my knees and stab myself in the stomach as a means of "saving face". Years later I still suffer from post traumatic stress disorder as a result of my enslavement, but have found peace through my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and the Scriptures. These songs represent my tumultuous journey from victim to victor. One song paints a picture of my story (apart from my age) and is entitled "Dragons" because of the head- to- toe dragon tattoos covering the bodies of my violent captors and it also represents the demons. "Weeds" symbolizes things I wrongly believed would kill my pain and how I overcame them. The song "Giving back love" is about forgiving the Yakuza. Today, I share my message of healing throughout the U.S. as a spokesperson for Women At Risk International, whose mission is to educate and unite people into circles of protection around women and children at risk. I also work as a hospital volunteer ministering to patients and their families in the oncology department by praying with them and sharing a message of hope through Jesus Christ. ( see warinternational.org for a more detailed bio version)


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