Connecting to God Through Music

Laura Potter is passionate about connecting with people and reviving their relationship with God through music. Over the last eighteen years, Laura has been drawing others to the heart of Christ through her charism of worship in more than fifteen states and seven countries. She is excited to connect with you in person and continue to journey deeper into the heart of God where all hope and happiness is found.


"Meet Laura Potter Music" in the 3 minute video below and get a glimpse of the power of music and community to bring us closer to God.

Laura's Story

Proclaiming the wisdom and power of the cross through the beauty of the arts.

(1 Cor. 1:23)

No matter where we come from or where we're going, suffering is a part of our story. I have experienced depression for most of my life. It was especially bad in high school when I seriously thought about taking my own life. I felt like I had no purpose, that it wasn't worth living through the pain, and that no one would care.


I covered this song and made this video to share my story and remind every single person that there IS a purpose for your life, your suffering DOES have meaning, and people DO care. I care about you, I want you to be alive, and so does Logic and so many people in your life. You are a unique and unrepeatable reality. You have been created for some definite purpose. There is only ONE you and there will only be ONE you. You do not need to do or be anything or anyone else in order to gain people's love. You are loved simply because you exist. You are loved just as you are. You do not need to change to believe you are loved, believing you are loved will change you. Especially believing, knowing, and experiencing the love God has for you will change you. From personal experience, I can tell you it's true. When I was making a plan to end my life, to stop the pain, somewhere between all the thoughts and chaos I cried out to God, to Jesus, saying a simple prayer, "God help me!" And I cried. I made those tears, that confusion, that pain, my prayer...And He heard me. After the tears had subsided, I looked up. As I looked up I heard God tell me, "Laura, I love you. I will always be here for you. All you have to do is ask and I will be there." Things didn't magically change after that, my depression didn't go away. In fact, I still experience depression to this day. What did change is that I shared and still share my pain with God, friends, and family. I especially learned how to express what I'm feeling through music. Singing songs other's have wrote and writing my own. I am able to be honest and authentic through sharing and singing so much that I can now share this same story with you. Bring your pain into the light. Share it with God, share it with your friends, your family, or a trusted adult. Through sharing each other's suffering, we become more of who we are created to be.

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