Ginger Tabot grew up singing, playing the piano, and writing songs. By the time she graduated from college, she had sung on 9 albums, been in 20 musicals, toured and sang with a World Vision Youth Ambassador program in Taiwan and all over North America, and was writing and arranging songs that were getting heard in as many places. During college she began getting experience in leading worship and discovered just how powerful of a tool songs are to help people open their hearts to God and draw near to Him. Her love of leading others in worship has only grown over the years. Whether it’s 50 ladies at a local rehab center or 2,500 at her home church on a weekend, Ginger’s genuine love for Jesus encourages people to encounter God in spirit and truth.
Since 2011, Ginger, her husband, Scott, and their 3 kids have loved serving hurting women at the Phoenix Rescue Mission by providing worship services and Bible teaching. This led to Ginger and Scott co-authoring a music-filled foundational Bible study, called SoulFULL where each chapter has an original song that seamlessly connects the content to an enriching and refreshing song that seals the truth of God’s Word in the participant’s heart. In 2018, Scott and Ginger won a bronze medal from the Illumination Book Awards for their creation of this unique, music-filled Bible Study.
Since 2017, Ginger has been a part of The Worship Coalition. Ginger said, “From the moment I met Stephen, I knew that being coached by him would not only grow my songwriting, but most importantly my discipleship. Stephen is a true shepherd who has challenged me to seek first to meet with God and be changed in His presence, writing songs that rise from the ground of authentic testimony, trusting that God will use those songs to change others. This has done wonders for my soul and my songwriting.” Through two rounds of coaching and many songwriting intensives, Ginger has grown with The Worship Coalition, joining Stephen in co-authoring the devotional series A Living Hallelujah and most recently joining TWC staff as a songwriting coach.