Joyce Im Bartholomew To Perform At Annual National Prayer Service

Joyce Im Bartholomew, a fierce advocate and spokesperson in the Pro-Life movement, will be performing and leading worship for the 24th Annual National Prayer Service on Friday, January 19, 2018.
Her pro-life song, What Was Your Name, she wrote four years ago highlights her work in the pregnancy care centers and will be one of the key performances for the March for Life, National Prayer Service.

“Joyce Bartholomew has a gift from God in her singing. She has been using that gift to serve the pro-life cause in a beautiful way which causes people to recommit themselves to protect the children in the womb. I recommend her highly.” — Fr. Frank Pavone, National Director, Priests for Life; President, National Pro-life Religious Council

Ms. Bartholomew stated…”What a blessing it is to be able to lead the worship hymns for the National Prayer Service for the March for Life 2018 and to perform my original songs written for the benefit concerts for the pregnancy crisis centers. I am so grateful that my ProLife song, “What Was Your Name”, continues to impact our culture and the lives of our mothers.”

Bartholomew’s mission has been dedicated to saving the lives of the unborn. As a national Pro-Life spokesperson, for more than 7 years, her nationwide radio-a-thons and benefit concerts with award winning musical talents, continue to provide ultrasound screenings and ultrasound machines for pregnancy care centers.
In addition, Ms. Bartholomew has met with elected officials to advocate for the lives of the unborn and remove government funding from Planned Parenthood.