I’m very excited to reveal the studio version of a song that had been lost for several years. I wrote it many Christmas’s ago and recorded it in the studio with a little help from a friend. I knew the recording existed but had been unable to find it until just a few days before
I love winter. I revel in the stillness and find solace in the quiet. All of life seems to slow done, except maybe during the Christmas holidays where it can get pretty crazy in everyone’s house. But even then, there is a return to simplicity, joy and rest. A season of anticipation, a gathering of
THIS IS A “MASK FREE” ZONE! Which means, we check our masks at the door and walk in the reality of a life of faith that is sometimes, messy, disappointing, not easy to understand and FILLED with questions.
This week while studying God’s Word, the Lord brought me to 1 Thessalonians chapter two to an amazing portion of scripture where Paul was talking about his conduct among the believers and those he led and did life with. He was entrusted with the Gospel to bring it to them and he began to talk
Father. Son. Holy Spirit. Three in One. God is One. Father and Son. Not employer and employee. Not teacher and student. Not president, or prime minister, or dictator. But Father and Son! So profound that the Godhead is identified as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. A truth we rarely even notice. Holy Spirit is Comforter, Counselor,
If you have been following THE WORSHIP LIFE blog for any amount of time, you know I’m all about a LIFE of worship and not just a SONG of worship.
“To everything there is a season, A time for every purpose under heaven.” Ecclesiastes 3:1 NKJV As we anticipate the coming of fall…come quickly, my heart is stirred toward winter, my favorite season. A time when all is quiet and at rest. The stillness is healing to my soul. And yet as the natural season
The anointing at Bethany. Many believe the woman who entered the room was Mary, the sister of Lazarus. The account in John 12 identifies her as such. The other Gospel accounts don’t mention her name and it says they were at the home of Simon the leper. Details for a scholar most likely, but our
As a person of faith and a worshiper of Jesus, who creates music, my world has been rocked and turned upside down of late by the teachings of Ray Hughes. If you are searching to find your musical “voice”, mission or purpose, or a songwriter searching for true north in that calling, these videos are for
[Note: For the sake of distinguishing the Father, God from the Son, Jesus, in this article, the Father, God pronoun will be capitalized and the Son, Jesus, pronoun will be lower case, but in no way meant to diminish His deity.] Like Paul, I count all things, rubbish, compared to knowing Jesus. I am stirred
The day was marked in time. The moment planned from the foundation of the world. “Behold, the Lamb of God, Who takes away the sins of the world!” John’s words rang from eternity and into the hearing of all those surrounding his revelation of Jesus Christ at the Jordan. [John 1: 29-32]
It’s been said, music is the universal language. I don’t know who coined the phrase, but it appears to carry a lot of truth! Artists can travel around the world singing to those who don’t speak their language and still be just as powerful as they are in their native land. Why? Because song has power!