Laura Souguellis

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Musical artist

Laura Souguellis (born July 11, 1990) is a Brazilian Christian worship leader, singer and songwriter. She is a worship leader at Christ For The Nations Worship.[1]


Laura Souguellis is a young musician born in Campinas, interior of São Paulo. Daughter of a poet and a psychiatrist, divorced since she was 2 years old, Laura was a child matured by the absence of her father and proximity to her mother. As a child, she already showed interest in music and poetry, having started taking private piano and guitar lessons in pre-adolescence. During this period, she began to dedicate herself to the worship ministry of her local church, where she developed on the keyboard and in the ministry of worship. It was in this same period that she became an orphan of parents, losing her father at 13 and her mother at 16, both of sudden health-related deaths. Early in her adult life, she lived in different cities across the country, dedicating herself to local music ministries.[2][3]

Between 2011 and 2013, Laura moved to Belo Horizonte, where she started studying at the RHEMA Institute and at the School of Ministers.[4] Later, she moved to Florianópolis where she started to lead worship at the Florianópolis House of Prayer (FHOP).[5]

In 2013, she was invited by the Dunamis movement, from São Paulo city, to record the online program Fornalha Dunamis, where she recorded the version she had made of the song "Holy Spirit" in the Portuguese language, that is, "Santo Espírito". In addition to these songs, she also recorded "Mais Perto" and "Liberdade", Portuguese versions of "Closer" and "Freedom Reigns". In 2015, she returned to record another album Fornalha Dunamis, this time with her original songs: "Amor Que Enche", "Em Teus Braços", "Filho Amado", among others.[6]

In 2017, Laura released her second solo album, a project in English and entirely authorial, entitled Live On The Second Floor.[7] That same year, she moved to Dallas, where she began studying worship at CFNI and also became a worship leader at Christ For The Nations Worship.[8]



  • Fornalha Laura Souguellis (2017)
  • Live On The Second Floor (2017)


  • Love That Fills (2017)

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