Founder of Rubies, a trafficking awareness organization Ms April Bentley releases new single

April 01 15:12 2021
“I’m Free” is a new song of deliverance and hope by Rubies founder, community minister and humanitarian April Bentley which motivates to overcome traumas of abusive violence.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Apr 1, 2021 – Renowned Milwaukee community minister and founder of Rubies nonprofit organization, April Bentley, is pleased to announce the official release of her new song of deliverance at the end of this month. Titled “I’m Free”, the song hums the tune of deliverance and hope and also shares the singer’s personal testimony on how she overcame her traumatic past and the ghosts of abusive violence with sheer grit and by the grace of God. Bentley has both penned and sung the new single. 

“I’m Free” is slated to officially release on March 31, 2021, 7:00 p.m., through a listening party via April’s room through Facebook Messenger. The song will be available on all major digital platforms. 

“I am excited to announce the upcoming release of my new song of deliverance and hope ‘I’m Free’ on March 31st. The song conveys the message of hope amidst adversity and will empower those who have been struggling from traumas of abusive violation or any form of abuse thereof. Abusive violence is one of the worst forms of violence and the trauma haunts for years. I believe my new single will be able to offer strength to all those who have been battling hard these issues since childhood so that they can finally find the grit to overcome those tragic memories. ‘I’m Free’ would also make a great soundtrack for stage plays and movies themed on victims of this type of violence”, stated Bentley. 

(In Frame : Ms April Bentley)

A humanitarian to the core, Bentley is dedicated to help unfortunate victims of abusive violence and trafficking through her leading nonprofit Rubies as well as her songs and literary works.  

Per her statements, her new single also shares her personal testimony to the world.  

“My new single hums my own testimony and has been inspired by the real events in my life. It shares the story of how I called on the Lord in my darkest times and could push myself to better days under His guidance. I do believe that He heard my cry; I could feel his blessings in my life which led me to trust the process and finally reach to complete deliverance now.” 

A positive visionary, April envisions a world where people would be able to overcome their childhood traumas through the blessings of Christ. As a caring humanitarian, she believes her sole purpose is to carry the message of God that Jesus saves, delivers people from evil and restores lives. It’s such ethos that led her to launch “Rubies” – a leading Milwaukee-based nonprofit organization focused on identification awareness and prevention of trafficking. April has also authored a book titled “Don’t Rush to Get Old” which is featured on her official website.

Also an eminent public speaker, April now speaks on all platforms. She holds abstinence until marriage workshops where attendees learn how abstinence until marriage can help them to operate in full strength. 

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