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“I’ll Just Have to Say No”: Christian Tori Kelly Chooses Jesus Over an Industry Saturated With Sin

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Victoria Loren Kelly AKA Tory Kelly is an American singer, songwriter, record producer and actress who slowly gained recognition after starting to post videos on YouTube at the age of 14. The now Grammy-nominated singer Tori Kelly is sharing her faith in Christ. As a Christian, Kelly reveals that her relationship with God is what keeps her grounded in an industry where temptation has a way of getting the best of people.

In a recent interview with Life Church’s online youth ministry, “Switch,” Tori opens up about her faith journey as a musician, and how it continues to shape her career.

Her all-too-relatable testimony rings true of so many Christians today in that she grew up in the church but didn’t become serious about her faith until she got older.

“You kind of get to a point where your faith really becomes your own and it’s not about what your parents say or what they believe, but it’s really like, ‘No, this is real to me.’ I’ve really experienced the presence of God and I know that this is my own faith,” she says.

Tori Kelly on Facing Battles as a Christian

In an industry that’s saturated with sin, it’s no surprise that Tori often faces a battle in making career decisions based on the industry, and making decisions that stay true to her faith.

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Check out the entire interview with Life Church’s Switch below:


Still, she’s able to recognize that both Jesus and music have always been a part of her. It serves as a daily reminder to focus on what’s really important underneath it all.

“Jesus is number one,” she says. “There’s that conviction. Certain opportunities will come up and I’ll just have to say no.”

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