Album Round-Up

Now that No Grave Could Keep is done and released, I thought I’d provide a roundup of the whole thing.Album Cover

This was the first recording project for Kenwood Music, and I’m so pleased with how it turned out. The guys at Resonate Recordings – Mark Owens and Jacob Bozarth – are very good at what they do. I learned a ton from them, and I’d recommend them to anyone.

One reason I love serving at Kenwood is the many talented and servant-hearted people there. A lot of those people contributed their gifts to this thing, whether it was their song-writing, their voice, or their instrument. You can find those names and what they contributed on the bottom of this page.

There are a number of places people can purchase and/or listen to the album:
Jim Hamilton created a YouTube channel with all the song videos.

Anyone interested in chord charts for the original songs on the album can find them here.

My hope is that these songs serve and encourage God’s people, and that they stir up affections for God in the churches that sing them. The canon of Christian song is not closed, and I hope these songs add to the already rich tradition of congregational music full of truth and beauty.

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