Meet Kristy

      The warm modern country voice of Kristy (aka Kirsten Alting) has become a regularly heard voice on gospel radio and television

      in America and the Netherlands.                                                                                        


The silver dove nominee was first introduced to gospel listeners as a (backing) vocalist for multiple gospel artists and did projects    with great names like: Nita Withaker, Paul   Baloche, Remko Harms, Mary Mary, Jay-P, Frank van Essen (iona) , the continentals, Forever Worship,Sela, Lucas Kramer,  Luca Genta, André Bijleveld.                           


Since embarking on her solo career in the summer of 2014, Kristy has enjoyed tremendous success with her first solo recording "Praise His Name” which has spawned national and international success, including hit releases on southern gospel and inspirational radio.

Her solo concert schedule takes her to festivals, churches and women’s conferences worldwide, where audiences are getting to know the incredible heart that accompanies her one-of-kind voice.                                      


Last years Kristy went through a very rough time with life threatening health issues. Doctors finally found that she is suffering a connective tissue disorder called “Ehlers Danlos Syndrome” which causes lots of problems..

She knows what it feels like to have severe pain, being ill and facing the giants of life. Therefore she wants to comfort people and encourage them with her music, bringing hope and love to the people. 'cause God weaves gold in every story!    She wrote a book about this named "God weeft goud door elk verhaal"  which was published on sept 8th 2018 and is available in our online store. For now it's only available in dutch but we are busy translating this to english.                                                                                                                         

    Kirsten and her husband, Rob, make their home in Ter Apel (a little place in the north east of The Netherlands)  with their four            children, Dayna, Manoah, Kenny and  Jerusha.