'A Great Way to Spread the Gospel': 'AGT' Teen Finalist Uses Her Struggles to Point to God
America's Got Talent finalist Amanda Mammana, who continues to inspire millions with her incredible overcomer story, recently revealed how she's using her struggles to spread the gospel.
Mammana, who has a speech impediment, burst on the scene in July when she appeared on AGT and revealed singing has helped her deal with the pain of struggling to speak.
The 19-year-old woman also shared her testimony over the weekend at the Luis Palau Association's CT CityFest, disclosing how she's using her story to share God's love.
"For about 10 years now, I've had a stutter, and it's definitely something that has caused me to shy away and to not believe in myself," Mammana said. "But by the grace of God, I found that I don't stutter when I sing. So, I've been able to take that and to let that just be a great way to spread the gospel."
Mammana initially went viral in July, when she shared her story with the AGT audience, receiving a rousing standing ovation.
At the end of the performance, judges Heidi Klum, Howie Mandel, Simon Cowell and Sofía Vergara were visibly moved and voted to advance Mammana.
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