There are not a lot of weekends left before school starts back.
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ARTIST OF THE DAY
“As followers of Christ, we were not made for this world,” explains Anthem Lights member Alan Powell. “We don’t belong here. And all the self-doubt and insecurity and struggling to fit in, it’s all part of believing the lie that we’re supposed to be ‘at home’ here. - The closer we get to Christ, to being what we were created to be in this world, our value of what this world values begins to fade.”
Anthem Lights can trace its roots back to the fall of 2007, when singer/songwriter Alan Powell joined forces with then aspiring solo artist Chad Graham. Both were living in Los Angeles at the time, to pen songs for Chad’s solo effort. But providentially, the more they wrote, the more it became clear that these powerful, harmonic songs were meant for a group. Within a matter of days, the pieces fell into place, when two other Liberty University students—Caleb Grimm and Kyle Kupecky—came on board.
“It comes down to the three things we love: music, entertainment, and Jesus... And the greatest of these is Jesus." - Kyle Kupecky
Blending influences from DC Talk to Justin Timberlake and everything in between - Anthem Lights is a pop experience with a message far deeper than anyone expects.
Latest Album: Anthem Lights
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Video: Can't Get Over You (Acoustic)
Q: Whom did Jesus refer to as a brood of vipers?
A: the scribes and Pharisees (Matthew 23:33)
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