Kim Gentry Meyer‘s debut project, “Herald,” has been named one of the Top 12 albums of 2023 by prominent media outlet Today’s Christian Entertainment. The list includes esteemed artists such as Katy Nichole, Phil Wickham, Jason Gray, Christy Nockels, and Cory Asbury, among others.
In their review of “Herald,” Today’s Christian Entertainment highlights Meyer’s remarkable talent and her ability to use her gifts for God’s glory and the benefit of others. They commend her for skillfully and insightfully reminding listeners of God’s love and promises through her straightforward and delicate illustrations.
As an award-winning songwriter, poet, and former Mrs. Massachusetts 2020, Meyer feels humbled to receive such recognition early in her recording career. She sees her mission as being a “herald” for the Lord, shining a light on His restoration and hope and bringing encouragement to all who listen to her album. Meyer expresses gratitude for the connection that listeners have felt with her message and eagerly anticipates what 2024 will bring.
“Herald,” released on NWN Records and distributed through Integrated Music Rights, has garnered attention for its impactful music and meaningful lyrics. Meyer recently unveiled the beautiful debut video for the song “Mind of Christ,” which addresses mental health and depression, offering faith as a path to wholeness and restoration.
Meyer believes that this song holds great importance on the album, as it touches on the universal struggles of sadness, darkness, and mental health challenges that everyone faces, especially in the midst of the pandemic. She hopes to break the silence within the Christian community about mental health and shine a light on the battle for mental wholeness that individuals face. Through her music, Meyer aims to convey that Jesus can restore peace of mind and that no one is alone in their struggles.
Since the release of “Herald,” Meyer has garnered attention from various media outlets, including The Christian Post’s online lifestyle magazine, Crossmap.com, and the award-winning talk show, Babbie’s House, among others. Her album continues to make an impact, resonating with listeners and inspiring conversations about faith, mental health, and finding hope in challenging times.