Jess Loper: The Lord Uses Broken People
Some situations are so painful that telling the story is just too hard, so the testimonies never get shared. In this episode of The Walk, Jess Loper (Chambers) shares a very personal experience that ends in redemption and healing. The strength and leadership that she displays just by being willing to share about her situation is a testament to who she is at her core; a strong, faithful, forgiving, servant of Jesus.
Romans 8:28 (ESV) And we know that for those who love God all things work together for good, for those who are called according to his purpose.
Way to go, Jess. Thank you for being transparent and you’re not alone. There are so many others with a similar story and we know that your being willing to share will bring courage and healing to others as well.
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Who is Jess Loper?
Jess Loper, Senior VP of Brand Management (Gotee Records), President of Publishing (Emack Music) and Founder, Without Labels Collective.
Jess Loper began her career in the newsroom serving as an Editor with Business Wire who services the Associated Press with press releases for publicly held companies. From there she took her love of words into the music industry in the A&R department at Capitol CMG/Universal Music. In this position she was an integral part of the production process for CMG’s roster of artists while also handling business affairs, union negotiations, and film & tv licensing for the label. In 2017, she’s joined the team at Gotee Records as the Senior VP of Brand Management (Gotee Records) and President of Publishing (Emack Music). Gotee Records and Emack Music are a record label and a music publishing and administration company started in 1994 under the leadership of artist, TobyMac and label president, Joey Elwood. Recently, she also launched Without Labels Collective, a company that focuses on music supervision and licensing for film & television (The Jesus Music Documentary, Trinity Broadcasting Networks, The Huckabee Show, Compassion International, and Thrive just to name a few). This new venture is also focused on educating and supporting songwriters & artists on the business side of the creative process. Outside of her career in the music industry, her writing has been featured in the Huffington Post & Business Week among other digital news outlets and printed publications. Her greatest role in life has been getting to be a mom to Brody (14) & Kellen (12) and bonus mom to Jackson Loper (14). She married her favorite songwriter, Brent Loper, in the spring of '22 on the front porch of their little farmhouse in Culleoka, TN.