Watch: What Was Broken Is Now Whole

Inmate flashes a peace sign

WHAT WAS BROKEN IS NOW WHOLE University of San Diego alumna Jeni Dominelli ’98 (BA) believes in the power of music to help people reimagine their own life stories. She knows what it’s like to see life skid out of control — and to summon the courage to get back on course. Based in Nashville, her nonprofit, The Beat of Life, has a mission: to bring music and storytelling to people in desperate need. Read the Summer 2018 USD Magazine story.

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4 Responses
  1. So proud of you Jeni. So wonderful to see the fruits of your obedience and all that you have touched along the way. Your Dad and Dan would be so proud of you as well. I think they are both looking down from Heaven with smiles on their faces! ❤️❤️❤️

  2. Lori Johnson Reply

    Seeing these pictures touches my heart. What a great program! People are truly changed inside after every Redemption Songs session.

  3. This is an amazing program and I am so proud to be a part of it!!!! LIFE-CHANGING for all involved!!!! Jeni Dominelli is one of the most inspirational humans I ever met!

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