it’s a new day

One of the most exciting things about music is that it constantly changes.  New technology has allowed songwriters a venue to display their gifts to the masses like never before.  A new song can go from the head of the writer to the ears of thousands of listeners in a very short time.  We would like to do some of that here, so check back often to listen and watch songs in progress.

If you get a minute, let us know what you would like to hear.

5 Responses to “it’s a new day”

  1. admin says:

    I’d like to hear about your process of song writing.

  2. Robert says:

    The whole process of creating music is magical to me. So much of it happens behind the scene. Whats cool is that with all this new socializing technology its possible to bring all of us along with you. This has tremendous value. For an artist to share what stirred them, how these feelings and observations translate to music would be worth sharing by itself. It would ties us even closer together. Rock on, Blog on, Tweet on!

  3. Dave says:


    I’ve always enjoyed your music and ministry and was wondering whether any of your old albums will be remastered and issued for download? I’ve taken all my cassette tapes (of your entire library) and created mp3’s for my ipod, but I’d love to have digital remasters.



  4. David says:

    Great to see and hear you singing. I rediscovered you on itunes and purchased several songs. It was like finding an old friend again. Technology is great! :>) I grew up listening to your worship-filled songs, and have now introduced my children to your music.

    God Bless you,
    Dave G.

  5. Jon says:

    Just listening to Pandora praise and worship and Phillips, Craig, and Dean version of When God Ran came on. I love that song. Got me thinking about when I first got saved. Need to get back there.