Is making music about building relationships, or is it just business? Mary Alessi and Stephanie Muñia discuss how they've focused on relationship and ministry instead of the sometimes hazardous world of the music industry.
When your family business involves both industry and ministry - things can get complicated.
However, the Alessis have learned how to manage the balance between these two very different worlds, and they are sharing how they've done it in this episode.
In this episode, pastor, singer-songwriter and worship leader Mary Alessi and her daughter Stephanie Alessi Muñia discuss how they've focused their family business on relationship and ministry instead of the sometimes hazardous world of the music industry.
You'll learn some powerful concepts that apply to worship teams, artists and families who are trying to find the right path and place for their gifts.
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Steph Alessi Muiña, is a singer songwriter and worship leader from Miami, Florida. Born in a family dedicated to serving Christ in their community, Steph is now director of worship at Metro Life Church.
Steph is a beacon of unifying, faith-filled music permeated by holiness for the Church of today. After her 2017 debut EP “Still Waters” and multiple projects with Metro Life Worship, the singer songwriter is now ready to share her story through her songs more than ever!
Steph started journaling and songwriting as a child. Faced with periods of loneliness, she developed a close relationship with the Lord at an early age and processed her emotions in writing. At the same time, Steph was exposed to the diverse nature of God’s family from the beginning, shaping her heart for international communities and for people of all kinds of walks of life. Stephs involvement in women’s ministry also opened her eyes to the individual, it forged a wide view of church that she keeps in mind when writing songs. Since then she has been writing profusely with purity and honesty oozing out of her songs.