This video series was produced using songs from Tommy’s album and YouVersion Bible reading plan, “The Book of John in Song.” The video was recorded live at Cal Baptist University and features some of their choir and orchestra. Some of the videos will include scenes from the LUMO Production, “The Gospel of John.”Read More
Many of you may be familiar with the worship song written from Psalm 42 several decades ago. After my most recent trip to Israel in 2017, I was inspired with a new melody. Our wonderful guide Gila took us on a hike to the spring of Golan and informed us that it was very likely near this spring that the Psalmist wrote this passionate cry.Read More
This simple new song of thanks and praise is part of a series that we recently recorded at my house. I was so blessed with the gift of growing up in a home where worshiping together as a family happened often. Those times shaped and encouraged my faith in a very deep way.Read More
I was inspired to write this song from 1 Samuel 3, in which God was speaking to Samuel. Samuel doubted that he was hearing God's voice. In fact, at the beginning of the chapter it says, "In those days the word of the Lord was rare; there were not many visions," yet God was in fact speaking to him. Samuel did finally lay down and say, "Speak , for Your servant is listening."
Instead of always assuming that God is not speaking, may we be a people who are ever-watching and listening with expectancy that God is in fact ready to speak to us.Read More
This song is just another of thousands of songs written sense the time of King David that simply expresses love to God. Special thanks to Bryan Taylor for playing brushes and to Tommy Emmanuel for inspiring me to learn how to play with a thumb pick!Read More
This song comes from the story of Simeon in the gospel of Luke, Chapter 2. It can be easy to forget that when Jesus came to earth on that first Christmas, for centuries he was the long awaited, prophesied, and promised Savior. When Simeon saw Jesus in the temple, he knew the wait was over. Christmas means the wait is done! Our Rescuer has come.Read More