Arguably the most influential Christian of her generation (The Guardian) Vicky Beeching chronicles her rise at the heights of Christian music and her brave decision to come out as gay--leading to self-acceptance and acknowledgment which changed her relationship with God and the practice of her faith.
From a young age, Vicky Beeching loved to write songs and lead worship in church. In singing, she experienced the fullest expression of herself, what God had uniquely blessed her to do. After college, Vicky quickly achieved stardom, touring with some of Christian music's biggest names.
But Vicky's success was threatened by a terrifying secret. She was gay. There was no room in Christian music for a gay worship leader. For ten years, Vicky rejected who she really was--a denial that damaged her in body and soul. After leaving music behind to enroll in a theology program at Oxford University, Vicky discovered that she could not worship God with a pure heart if she did not accept who she was. When she courageously came out publically in 2014, Vicky lost the support of her Christian community. But she gained much more: the truth had set her free.
Focusing on her speaking and writing instead of music, Vicky leads worship in a new way now, emphasizing God's inclusive love and faithfulness. Undivided is the story of her transformation, a joyous tale of God's love, and a call for all Christians to worship God in authentic ways.
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