Or perhaps you even heard Max Lucado or Charles Stanley refer to Tammy’s amazing testimony of God’s faithfulness in a hopeless situation, during one of their sermons.
Tammy’s ministry has taken her all over the world, speaking at women’s conferences, church events, and retreats in South Africa, Australia, Singapore, Columbia, Ghana, Canada, and the US.
I was sitting with my girlfriends in youth group when Trent walked into the room.
On my road to healing, I have learned to give my pain purpose, and I see it each time I share my story — whether from the platform at a women's event, or right in my own neighborhood. The point is, I will keep my heart open to the things of God. I think it's waking up each morning, renewing our commitment to the one we love and realizing that we're not promised tomorrow. My thoughts will be on you always & my heart will be always with you.
She has authored 3 books, including Learning To Breathe Again: Choosing Life And Finding Hope After A Shattering Loss (W Publishing-Women of Faith Book Selection), Beyond The Sorrow: There’s Hope In The Promises of God (J Countryman Thomas Nelson), and she co-penned the hilarious and brilliantly illustrated children’s book, The Log Family: See You At The Beach (September Day) with her late husband Trent Lenderink, who sadly never got to see his work completed.
Her latest album, Sunny Days, is packed with strong, infectious melodies and is lyrically covered with the promises of Hope.
Tammy Trent became a familiar voice on Christian radio in 1995 with hit songs such as “Welcome Home,” "Run To The Cross,” “My Irreplaceable,” and “Rain On Me” that have brought life and hope to her many listeners, but on September 11th, 2001 her songs ceased for a time. One year later she returned as a featured speaker and performer at the Extraordinary Women’s conference and was also asked to share the Women Of Faith platform for four years with her friends Sheila Walsh, Patsy Clairmont, Carol Kent, Kathy Troccoli, Anita Renfroe, and Luci Swindoll.
Tammy stepped away from the spotlight to heal after the tragic death of her husband and childhood sweetheart while on a missions trip. During that time Tammy also became a featured speaker, singer, and author for The Revolve Tour for teen girls for two years.