Carrie Underwood Risks Everything to Take MAJOR Stand For Christianity


Since the entertainment industry in this country is run by liberals, it’s rare to find any singer that’s brave enough to risk their career by defying Barack Obama’s anti-Christian agenda.

Luckily, we still have singers like Carrie Underwood who aren’t afraid to show their love for God.

IJ Review reported that country music star Carrie Underwood dropped everything on this week to be a surprise performer at the Christian Passion Conference at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. The Passion Conference is described on it’s website as a three-day, Christian oriented faith-based event that is more than just a “conference:”

“While we host large gatherings, Passion is more than a conference. More than an event. More than a feeling. Passion is you and me saying goodbye to lesser things and saying yes to Jesus, the One whose name is above every name.”

Passion reportedly primarily draws high school and college students to the event, so they were both shocked and ecstatic when Underwood surprised them all by walking onstage to perform, joining Christian singer David Crowder during his set.


Underwood sang some of her hits that focus on her Christian faith, including “Jesus, Take The Wheel” and “Something in the Water.” She took to Instagram to praise the conference, saying:

“Oh, just hanging out with @crowdermusic at #passion2017 ! So much energy in the room tonight! Thanks for letting me be a part of it! These folks are changing the world!”

Those in the crowd immediately began spreading the news about Underwood’s performance:


God bless you, Carrie Underwood!

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