Khandyss Renee’ has had the pleasure of performing in Broadway Style Musical Theatre since the age of seven. Her most recent performance was in “Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5 the Musical (ensemble)” and she plays multiple lead Characters with Atlanta's Murder Mystery Theater. Khandyss Renee’ played the voice of Audrey 2 in “Little Shop of Horrors” in which earned her an award for best supporting actress. She also played one of the Mamas in “Fiddler on the Roof”. Khandyss Renee’ has sung back up for artist such as Vashwn Mitchell, Karen Clark-Sheard, Dorinda Clark-Cole, Bishop Paul S. Morton and Rance Allen. She has sung lead and background in concerts, weddings and funerals. She is also a dynamic Choir Director and composer.
Khandyss Renee’ has also served with Start-Up and Mega Ministries assisting some from start to finish with creating music, youth, and women’s ministries. She is a former Therapeutic Resource Parent and is the founder of World Class Christian Outreach. To give back, she facilitates Charity Spa Parties for Women’s abuse shelters, Women’s Prisons and displaced young women.
Khandyss Renee’ is an aspiring writer/lyricist as she has debuted has first self-published book “At Last” and is in the final draft stages of her own Theatrical Musical Production written by her. Khandyss Renee is also a Certified Production Assistant, licensed Esthetician/Make-up Artist. She is currently working on productions with Tyler Perry Studios for scripted television shows aired on the Own Network and her second book “Secrets of the End-Time Pharaoh”. She is currently the founder and manager of "Out Tha Box Tha Movement"
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Secrets of the End-Time Pharaoh
The book, End-time Pharaoh, is a reaction against dogmatism in Christendom. The pharaoh metaphorically depicts the present-day men of God, who put their followers into the bondage of ignorance. Like the Egyptian Pharaoh, the modern-day pastors enriched themselves via their followers’ offerings and tithes, and they believe that the house of God is their own personal investment.
"At Last" "Decision meets Destiny"
Although, men have so many desires and wishes about how their future partner should be, yet, man must submit to the plans and purposes of God. The equation becomes balanced if our marital plans are in line with God’s will.
Adam and Eve have a vital role to play if they must come together successfully! Amos2:2, ‘can the two walk together except they agree?’ Get the answer from this book.
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