Nite Line – Wednesday, May 9, 2018 – Evora Bentley, Kebra Moore (Ms Wheelchair Mississippi)

Apostle Annie T. Broughton joyfully welcomes Miss Evora Bentley and Kebra Moore to Nite Line to share their stories!

Miss Evora Bentley is both an author and a faith coach, striving daily to accomplish the goals the Lord has destined for her to achieve.  It is on this journey that she loves to empower others: enabling them to overcome their battles and become the best version of themselves.  After a life-altering car accident, Evora began to develop a new mindset and realize her life had true meaning. She is passionate about teaching others to overcome their fear with faith in God.

Kebra Moore spent the majority of 1999 enjoying life to the fullest extent possible – she was beautiful, intelligent, and talented.  Her future career as a singer seemed assured and full of tremendous potential. Then December 24th, 1999, brought her a devastating car accident.  While her fiance and fourteen month-old son were fine, but Kebra was left a paraplegic.  

Her faith in God, determination, and supportive fiance-now-husband have seen her through this ordeal, as she continues to pursue God and his calling for her.  Today, she not only writes and sings, but also travels extensively to speak at motivational events. Additionally, in 2013 she was named Ms. Wheelchair Mississippi.  

Her song, “Troubles,” was nominated for B.E.T.’s music award for best gospel song and video, and she herself is a two-time Dove award nominee (Contemporary Gospel/Urban Song of the Year and Contemporary Gospel/Urban Album of the Year).  In 2015, her song “Get Up” led to her nomination for International Music Entertainment Association’s Award for Christian/Gospel Artist of the Year and Christian/Gospel Song of the Year.

This is an evening you will not want to miss!

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Evora Bentley

Kebra Moore