Renée Bondi is a popular Christian recording artist, speaker and author. She has traveled across America sharing about God’s faithfulness, even in times of tragedy. In 1988, just two months shy of her wedding day, she was struck by a bizarre accident that left her quadriplegic and permanently paralyzed from the neck down. Although her life was tragically changed overnight, Renée continued to trust in the Lord and her faith grew stronger. Renée has shared the stage with notables such as Point of Grace, Sandy Patti, Tony Melendez and Larry King. She has been featured in magazines such as Today’s Christian Woman and Woman’s World and on various radio and television shows, including “Hour of Power.” Renée has released six inspirational CDs. Her book The Last Dance but Not the Last Song was nominated for the Gold Medallion Award by the Evangelical Christian Publishers Association and her second book, Still, I Will Praise – the Power of Praising God in the Dark Times was released in 2012.
Renée Bondi’s journey as a quadriplegic has made her committed to bringing hope and encouragement to people of all ages. Powerfully effective, Renée's wisdom and laughter make her one of the top Christian communicators today.
A gifted recording artist and outstanding speaker, Renée travels throughout the United States singing and speaking for conferences, churches, youth rallies and corporate events. She is transparent, Holy Spirit led, entertainingly funny and a welcome addition to any platform. Renée is the founder of Bondi Ministries and lives with her husband and son in San Juan Capistrano.