This song was nearly lost having written/recorded it on a voice memo app in 2016 that was then deleted from my phone. I only stumbled across it this week so thought I’d record to sure it wasn’t lost forever.
We’re re-purposing our 2016 worship song, Jesus Come, because we didn’t ever make a music video for it and because you might not have heard it!
Introducing an unplugged, LIVE version of the new song Joyful Noise, the song of praise that we wrote after a recent podcast exploring songs of praise and songs of lament (entitled, Where is the Cry?). You can listen to the podcast here first. Here’s the song, but please forgive the rough recording! If you’d likeContinue reading “Joyful Noise (LIVE at home)”
We have experienced a stormy start to 2021 but the Lord is so kind. This song dropped into my heart in less than ten minutes during the roughest part last week. (Lyrics in video). If you would like to help us take this song into a studio to produce with a band, any gifts areContinue reading “Asleep in a Boat (lullaby)”
Introducing a new song called “Home”. It’ll be heading into the studio soon but also worthy of pure, raw form 😇 (pls excuse the piano’s tuning) Nothing replaces the raw moments of writing and the yearnings of our private worship is often very different to our public declarations. Let’s get real! 🔥 HOME 🏡 🐑Continue reading “Home”
Would you join me for 10 mins of worship and prayer for the UK Church? (Please excuse the very rough recording)
In order to speak prophetically to a Nation and to achieve redemption and righteousness for them, God invades, exposes and demands the masculinity of Hosea’s ego, his social and spiritual reputation, his lineage, his peace, his joy, his sanity, his sexual satisfaction and purity and, most ultimately, the emotional bed of his heart.
The post yesterday tried to shine a spot-light on the nature of God as an affectionate Lover of His people and the difference between this reality and the notion that God loves us only because He loves us unconditionally, as though we weren’t lovable to Him. Of course, our standing before Him is both transactionalContinue reading “Dark Are We Yet Lovely #2”