ALENKA MANKA
ALENKA MANKA
NEW RELEASE
NEW RELEASE
Thank You!
JESUS is The One who gets all the honor, applause, worship, dancing and praise in my debut album called, “You’re The One.”

He thought of me and loved me before I knew what love was. His love will endure forever.

This debut album is dedicated to Him. I wrote it with the intention of being a witness to His greatness and unfailing love.
“To Him who sits on the throne and to the Lamb be praise and honor and power forever and ever!”
-Revelation 5:13.
Thank You!
JESUS is The One who gets all the honor, applause, worship, dancing and praise in my debut album called, “You’re The One.”

He thought of me and loved me before I knew what love was. His love will endure forever.

This debut album is dedicated to Him. I wrote it with the intention of being a witness to His greatness and unfailing love.
“To Him who sits on the throne and to the Lamb be praise and honor and power forever and ever!”
-Revelation 5:13.
DISCOGRAPHY
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
DISCOGRAPHY
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
CUSTOM JAVASCRIPT / HTML
MAKING OF
YOU'RE THE ONE
An interview with John Chisum, Executive Producer & Song Developer of You're The One & President of Nashville Christian Songwriters.
Alenka tracking vocals at 8Eighty Studios (Mobile, Alabama).
Alenka with producers John Chisum (Left) & Chris Springer (Right).
MAKING OF
YOU'RE THE ONE
An interview with John Chisum, Executive Producer & Song Developer of You're The One & President of Nashville Christian Songwriters.
Alenka tracking vocals at 8Eighty Studios (Mobile, Alabama).
Alenka with producers John Chisum (Left) & Chris Springer (Right).
BOOK ALENKA
EMAIL: AlenkaManka@yahoo.com
BOOK ALENKA
EMAIL: AlenkaManka@yahoo.com
ABOUT ALENKA
I was born in South America, Bolivia. My first language is Spanish. I grew up listening to a lot of Latin music and so many of my great first musical influences are Latin American in origin. I understand what it means to be an immigrant in the United States and the overall immigrant experience because I moved to this beautiful country with my family when I was nine years old.

I can empathize with people who were raised in a single-parent household because my mother was a single parent who raised three children on her own. Growing up we didn’t have much, but my mother instilled in my siblings and me a strong work ethic, and a desire to grow and be a better person every day.

I can say now with joy that I am a US citizen, but most importantly because of Jesus, a citizen of Heaven as well. Growing up my idea of God was a religion, but He is not a religion, He is a relationship. He is closer than a brother. The Lord called me to baptism nine years ago through a series of repeated dreams in which I was drowning in water, which was amazing to me because I had been baptized as a baby so I was like, "Really, Lord?" In a series of divine encounters, I met people who confirmed God’s calling me to baptism and led me to seek Him and know Him through His Word, as written in the Bible and through prayer.

Since then my life has not been the same! The Lord continues to show me that He is The One and only one who can truly satisfy the deepest longings of my heart. I am so blessed and grateful that God made this opportunity and dream come true.
I can empathize with people who have gone through great heartache and loss in their life because I have experienced this in my own life journey, with the separation of my parents, the loss of culture and family I had in South America, but yet when I look back at my life I can say that my Heavenly Father has always been with me. He’s always exceeded my expectations.

I don’t consider myself a worship leader or a Christian artist, but I want to be both with the grace, wisdom and leading of God. Growing up I never felt that I was musically talented or a good enough singer/songwriter. Growing up, no one in my family was musically inclined or involved in church. I come from a very broken place where I had to discover my identity in Christ because growing up my parents were not Christian.

The process of learning my identity took many years, tears, and a lot of growing up. My relationship with God has grown and so has my understanding but and I can’t say that I’ve arrived. I’m still growing and learning about Him. His plans for my life are unfolded and revealed daily.

I hope and pray that this album encourages you the listener to believe that with God all things are possible and to take the actions you need to experience the love of Jesus and the freedom that only He gives. His plans for us surpass our imagination.

Glory and honor be always to The One who is and was and is to come, Our Lord Jesus Christ.


ABOUT ALENKA
I was born in South America, Bolivia. My first language is Spanish. I grew up listening to a lot of Latin music and so many of my great first musical influences are Latin American in origin. I understand what it means to be an immigrant in the United States and the overall immigrant experience because I moved to this beautiful country with my family when I was nine years old.

I can empathize with people who were raised in a single-parent household because my mother was a single parent who raised three children on her own. Growing up we didn’t have much, but my mother instilled in my siblings and me a strong work ethic, and a desire to grow and be a better person every day.

I can say now with joy that I am a US citizen, but most importantly because of Jesus, a citizen of Heaven as well. Growing up my idea of God was a religion, but He is not a religion, He is a relationship. He is closer than a brother. The Lord called me to baptism nine years ago through a series of repeated dreams in which I was drowning in water, which was amazing to me because I had been baptized as a baby so I was like, "Really, Lord?" In a series of divine encounters, I met people who confirmed God’s calling me to baptism and led me to seek Him and know Him through His Word, as written in the Bible and through prayer.

Since then my life has not been the same! The Lord continues to show me that He is The One and only one who can truly satisfy the deepest longings of my heart. I am so blessed and grateful that God made this opportunity and dream come true.
I can empathize with people who have gone through great heartache and loss in their life because I have experienced this in my own life journey, with the separation of my parents, the loss of culture and family I had in South America, but yet when I look back at my life I can say that my Heavenly Father has always been with me. He’s always exceeded my expectations.

I don’t consider myself a worship leader or a Christian artist, but I want to be both with the grace, wisdom and leading of God. Growing up I never felt that I was musically talented or a good enough singer/songwriter. Growing up, no one in my family was musically inclined or involved in church. I come from a very broken place where I had to discover my identity in Christ because growing up my parents were not Christian.

The process of learning my identity took many years, tears, and a lot of growing up. My relationship with God has grown and so has my understanding but and I can’t say that I’ve arrived. I’m still growing and learning about Him. His plans for my life are unfolded and revealed daily.

I hope and pray that this album encourages you the listener to believe that with God all things are possible and to take the actions you need to experience the love of Jesus and the freedom that only He gives. His plans for us surpass our imagination.

Glory and honor be always to The One who is and was and is to come, Our Lord Jesus Christ.


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