ARTIST OF THE DAY
Eleven years, seven albums, five Dove Awards - by the numbers, Selah has a pretty impressive resume. Their current line-up is Allan Hall, Amy Perry, and Todd Smith. The group, like most people, has weathered many storms. From the death of children, through illnesses and line-up changes, the group has stayed faithful to what God has called them to do - to sing, to worship, and to tell people about Jesus Christ!
From their inception, Selah has always been synonymous with hymns. In fact, the trio’s 1999 debut, Be Still My Soul, helped initiate a hymn revival in Christian music that is still thriving today.
The Present: Birthed from seasons of personal hardship, Selah’s latest is a celebration of the hope Todd Smith, Allan Hall and Amy Perry have discovered through surrender to God, and a testimony to the group’s collective desire to share these stories of hope with broken people through music. With Hope of the Broken World, Selah recognizes their opportunity to relate with and help listeners heal through songs that poignantly contrast worldly hurt with spiritual hope.
The Past: Nicole Sponberg is Todd Smith's sister and was a founding member of the group.
Fun: Last Fall Selah participated in an auction to benefit Porter's Call (a counseling ministry in Nashville). The winner got a personal Selah concert via Skype.
Album: Hope of the Broken World
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Video: Hope of the Broken World
Q: What foreign official was in his chariot (trying to read Isaiah) when Philip came to him?
A: an Ethiopian eunuch (Acts 8:27-28)
Score for Grace in Mardella Springs, MD!