It's almost 2020. Wow. And more faith leaders and Jesus-people than ever are beginning to have conversations about how a multicultural worshiping community could look. It is a beautiful thing rising from the ashes of the not so beautiful happenings in our country and around the world.
Is it possible to schedule creativity into my weekly rhythm? If I schedule my creative pursuits, could I actually sit down and create within that window? Does the Holy Spirit really foster inspiration on my time and at my studio?
Hey lovely people. Wherever this issue finds you, I pray that you are doing great, whether in the valley or on the mountaintop, for our God is so faithful and is the very best at simply meeting with us wherever we are.
Selah is a modern vocal trio comprised of the harmonious voices of Todd Smith, Amy Perry and Alan Hall.
As natural as breathing, these worshipers offer truth, intention, and great wisdom that defies conventional and tradition respectfully, creatively, and effectively.
With the ever-increasing trend of releasing multiple singles before an album release, many artists have chosen to side-step the creation of a musical arc that takes the listener on a complete journey from the first track to the last. Not so on Anticipation, the second EP released by Jesus Culture’s Katie and Bryan Torwalt.
It's a worthy, rare, and exceptional creative offering that will surely stand the test of time.
The production quality is second-to-none and the songs are for the most part fundamentally sound. A large band or orchestra isn't necessary to implement in worship, and the lack thereof does not diminish their power.. Overall, Awake is a beautiful, thought-provoking, captivating representation of God and His love for us.
“You called me yours and I’ll never be the same. You called me Loved; that’s my new name.” Born out of a community with a flourishing emphasis on adoption, New…...
“In planning and leading worship services, my job wasn’t to ‘wow’ people to look at me but to help woo them to the very feet of the Father, who speaks and listens.”