Matt Hammitt Net Worth
Stephanie Hammitt was president of Duluth Catholic College for over two decades, where her legacy included attaining its first four-year degree, getting its nursing program accredited, and overseeing it during its early days of COVID-19 pandemic. Stephanie left Duluth Catholic with its first four-year degree, nursing program accreditation renewal, and overseeing during early days of COVID pandemic outbreak. Her family praises Stephanie as being “smash through the glass ceiling leader for Duluth Catholic.”
Stephanie was raised in Cloquet. Her funeral will take place Friday at noon at Queen of Peace Catholic Church before burial will follow at Holy Family Cemetery.
Matt was previously the lead singer of Christian band Sanctus Real and has performed worldwide as both an artist and speaker. He won three Dove awards and was nominated for a Grammy award; and has written songs for numerous artists like King & Country, Francesca Battistelli, Newsong Hawk Nelson Moriah Peters Jason Gray Citizen Way among others.
Hammitt founded the Whole Hearts Foundation to assist families of children living with pediatric heart disease, and hosts the nationally syndicated radio show Lead Me Live. Based out of Nashville with his wife Sarah and four children – including one born with an irreparable heart defect – one of whom he shared his story publicly; eventually this led him to pen Lead Me: Finding Courage to Fight for Your Marriage, Kids and Faith as an independent book release.
In 2011, Hammitt released his debut solo album with Sparrow Records entitled Every Falling Tear. Written prior to giving birth, its central message is trusting God even during life’s darkest periods.
Matt has been seen on ABC World News Tonight, Good Morning America, CBN Focus on the Family Family Life Today and K-Love. In 2019, Matt and his wife Sarah launched ShowTalker Media; their debut feature-length documentary Bowen’s Heart was made available digital streaming platforms later that same year. In it, eight year old Bowen undergoes major open heart surgery while his parents face uncertainty as to its effects; hopefully making things better while at the same time knowing it could make things even worse for him.