As a 13-year-old growing up in Australia, Mia Fieldes would sit in her bedroom doorway while her sisters slept and write letters to God. “I prayed with a pen so many nights. Over and over again I would write, ‘God one day I want to write songs about You that go all over the world.’"
Even at her young age, Fieldes found the choice simple. “I knew I wasn’t the best singer or musician,” she recalls. “I only played the euphonium, which is like a tuba and not at all helpful in writing songs. But I had this deep revelation that despite being an identical triplet, God was going to use me for something unique and special.”