0 Show Us Your Ways (Live at Exchange Church)

I was invited to come and fellowship and lead worship at Exchange Church in Forest Grove this past Sunday. I apologize for the shaky video. My nephew was helping us record some of the songs live and was doing so without a tripod. This is one of my original worship songs based mostly on Psalm 24 & 25. This song wasn’t part of the planned worship set but fit with the teaching from Genesis 24 on seeking God’s ways and path for our lives. I shared this song as a special before we entered into a time of communion which is why the rest of the band wasn’t joining me on this song. We don’t have a studio recording yet of this song so I hope you enjoy this live version despite the shaky video!
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0 New Song “Show Us Your Ways”

Here is a new worship song I wrote today while reading in Psalms. The idea for the chorus came from Psalm 25:4-5 and the verses come from Psalm 15 & 24 plus some more verses in chapter 25. This song is a cry to our generation to seek the Lord and put our trust in his ways. It is cry to God to show us his ways and help us to walk in them!
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0 I Am With You

I Am With You

Inspiration & Overview

I wrote this song on November 3, 2012 after being inspired by Cliff Graham‘s amazing book, “Day of War,” which is a fictional account of the battles and life of David and his mighty men. They are currently working on turning his book into an epic movie, and the action filled sequences from the pre-visualization work they have done helped inspire the tone and theme for this song. My dad turned me on to the books as he spent several weeks this past summer at the YWAM base in Kona working on the engineering plans and building of the new studio where the movie for “Day of War” will be produced. David L. Cunningham, who also directed the movie “To End All Wars,” will be producing and directing, along with screenwriter John Fusco, who penned the script for “Hidalgo.” You can check out more about the books and movie here:

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