‘AGT’ Contestant Uses Singing to Overcome Speech Impediment

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Amanda Mammana would use her beautiful voice sharing the Gospel at an Andrew Palau evangelistic event helping her overcome the challenges of a speech impediment by spreading the word of God and His glory.

She first appeared on “America’s Got Talent” in the summer where she stole the hearts of millions with her voice.  Mammana told the judges how singing was instrumental in overcoming her communication challenges that she faced in her daily life.


Over the weekend, she was invited to perform at the Andrew Palau Association’s CT CityFest.

“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. But by the grace of God, I found that I don’t stutter when I sing.”


“I’ve been able to take that and to let that just be a great way to spread the Gospel,” she said.

During her time on the show, she received a standing ovation for her performance and her story demonstrates just how God has a plan for each of us.

Read more about Amanda Mammana here


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