Kathy Troccoli Recognized For Positive Impact On Women

In a recent survey conducted by Today’s Christian Woman Magazine, Kathy Troccoli was named one of the top four women who has made the greatest impact in readers lives over the past five years. Published in the March/April 2003 issue, Troccoli was ranked amongst Joyce Meyers, Stormie Omartian and Beth Moore.
“This was a significant surprise to me,” notes Troccoli. “A few years ago, I deepened my focus on women’s ministry, attempting to deal with real-life issues through various forms of media, including books, speaking and, of course, concerts. This survey simply shows that God continues to stir the hearts of women around the world with a new fire for Him and He’s doing this through every woman on that list. He’s an amazing God!”
Troccoli spent most of 2002 speaking and performing with the Women of Faith tour and also hosting her own conferences, Hope For A Woman’s Heart placing her before over 200,000 women. In addition to singing and speaking, Troccoli published two books in 2002, Am I Not Still God and The Colors of His Love, through W Publishing.
“Kathy has developed such a vulnerability from stage. I think women recognize that she truly wants to minister to them by simply sharing her own stories and struggles.” comments Matt Baugher, Troccoli’s manager.
Troccoli is a Dove Award winner and, has been nominated for three GRAMMY’s. Through her career she has garnered 17 number-one radio singles and has appeared on shows including The Tonight Show, Live! With Regis and Kathie Lee and the VH-1 Countdown.
For more information on Kathy Troccoli, visit www.troccoli.com, www.reunionrecords.com or www.providentmusic.com.
Nashville-based Reunion Records is distributed through Provident Music Distribution and through partnerships with parent company Zomba Music which was recently acquired by BMG. In addition to Kathy Troccoli, Reunion Records is home to Michael W. Smith, NewSong, Joy Williams, LaRue and Daily Planet.


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