The inspirational singer will perform with guest guitarist Jesse Manibusan in the Christ Cathedral Arboretum

By Staff     10/16/2015

Imagine being a 29-year-old young woman, a talented and aspiring singer, and looking forward to your wedding day in just a few months. Then, tragically, everything changes. An accident leaves you without use of your hands, your arms, even your voice. That is the story of Renee Bondi. But it doesn’t end there. That, in fact, was only the beginning.

Bondi’s doctors weren’t optimistic about her future, but she was. She turned to God for guidance and strength and found what she was looking for. And her life began again.

She regained her angelic voice and now shares her talent with audiences worldwide. But more than that, she inspires by sharing her story of how, with God’s intervention, she is leading a rich and fulfilling life as a wife and mother first, and as a professional singer and speaker.

Bondi is now a top-selling Christian artist having sold more than 300,000 CDs and she is a sought-after motivational speaker. She was a keynote performer at World Youth Day, meeting Pope John Paul II and she is the founder of Bondi Ministries, an organization whose tag line is: “Bringing hope to a hurting heart.”

Renee Bondi will perform with guitarist Jesse Manibusan on Nov. 13 in the Christ Cathedral Arboretum. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. and there is a pre-concert “chat” at 6:30 p.m. Tickets can be purchased here.