Monday, July 18, 2011

Monday, July 18, 2011

What a night - what a game! Ok, so the Shorebirds didn't turn out a win, but hanging with so many believers out at the ball park was fantastic! Plus, The Reminders and fireworks were the icing on the cake! Thanks for making this year's Faith & Family Night so spectacular!


With two million records sold across its first five efforts, Oregon rock band Kutless had already made a strong name for itself. It Is Well marks the band's second worship album, and an expression of their growth. In fact, the guys spent many weeks praying and seeking council before making the record. They knew their hearts must be in a place of worship to make the art God was inspiring in them. The temptation to make a worship record for success was overwhelming.

Kutless has watched gospel-based acts like Israel Houghton and aspired to bring similar passion and dedicated musicianship to their own rock concerts. They’ve spoken with recent tour mates Casting Crowns, adopting its practice of walking through the empty performance halls ahead of show time, touching the seats and praying for those who will be in attendance. It's this maturity that drives them into the second decade of musical ministry.

"We’re getting a flood of e-mail from people about how the song is impacting their lives," concludes Jon Micah. "Our continuing prayer is for the entire record to point to Christ and remind us all that there is more to worship than worship albums. We must live a life of worship."

Latest Album:
It Is Well


Music Video: Everything I Need

Scriptural Pursuit

Q: What Apostle was released from prison by an angel who opened the prison's iron gate?

A: Peter (Acts 12:1-19)

Hooray for Kimberly!

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