Author, worship leader and speaker, Tori Harris remains committed to the core of her mission: Through story and song to create environments of receptivity to the Holy Spirit.
Tori's sophomore, independent release, Sweet Dolor, debuted at #2 on iTunes Christian & Gospel charts, becoming one of the top 150 albums on all of iTunes during that time. Later, her interest in teaching others to operate in the gifts of the Holy Spirit, led her to found Arise Ministry and author her first book, Holy Spirit 101. The text is presently the only Catholic curriculum with ecclesial approval which trains the faithful to operate in the gifts of the Holy Spirit.
An accomplished songwriter, her music as appeared alongside Hillsong & Aaron Shust in National Worship Leader Magazine’s SongDISCovery disc, the 2015 OCP hymnal "Choose Christ", DayWind Record's Vital Worship: Dance of Joy, as well as the feature film, Hoovey. Her writing has also found it's home on a number of artist projects including musicians Brian Campbell, South x North and Alison Joy Williams.
Her inspiring faith and unique story have the 28 year old traveling around the world. She's graced the main stage of major Christian music festivals like Lifest and Exclaim! and played everywhere from LifeTeen camps to major American universities and Diocesan Youth events. She's toured with artists such as Audio Adrenaline, 1 Girl Nation, OBB and even multiple appearances with Cardinal Dolan at various March for Life events and St. Patrick's Cathedral.
She has been featured as a guest on Sirius XM, EWTN, Catholic TV, Catholic Underground, Relevant Radio, Catholic Playlist Show, interviewed alongside Matt Maher, Ike Ndolo, and Audrey Assad, and led music for retreats by New York Times Bestselling Author, Immaculee Ilibagiza. Tori currently resides in Dallas, Texas with her growing family and directs ARISE Worship Ministry out of Mary Immaculate Catholic Church.
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