November 21, 2012
September 7, 2012
“Be (My Heart, My Hands, My Voice)” is now available on iTunes.
June 20, 2012
Selah’s New Song & Video “Be (My Heart, My Hands, My Voice)!
In case you have not heard, we wrote, recorded, and made a video last month called “Be.”
We shot it on location in Istanbul, Turkey.
The song was inspired by Jesus words in Matt 16:24-25 (ESV) Then Jesus told his disciples, “If anyone would come after me, let him deny himself and take up his cross and follow me. For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it.”
I’ve let my “American Dream Theology” define what I think God wants of me, and has called me to. It’s so far from the truth of His Word.
Hopefully this message will remind us we are called to give everything. We are called to suffer, be persecuted even to the point of death if that’s what Jesus requires.
The young women at the beginning of this video (below) is choosing to give everything.
We hope her story encourages and challenges you as it has us.
May 16, 2012
A new blog from Amy:
Hey there! I know it’s been ages. I keep saying that I need to blog, but I have so much to say that I don’t have time to say it all, so I’m just going to bullet point it all for you…
Continue reading HERE
February 29, 2012
As many of you may know, The Duggar Family (19 Kids and Counting) lost their baby Jubilee last year. Michelle suffered a miscarriage after 5 months of pregnancy.
She’s been listening to “I Will Carry You,” which my wife Angie and I, and our friend Christa Wells, wrote for our daughter Audrey when we found out she would not survive after she was born.
Michelle recently shared about their loss and her grieving. Here are some of her words:
These last couple of months have just been very precious in the fact that I have been able to grieve over the loss of all those dreams that I was looking forward to, just hoping to getting to spend time with her. There’s a song written by Selah called “I Will Carry You,” and it is the most beautiful song expressing from a mother’s heart the love and the sadness of losing a baby while you’re expecting. At times I’ve played that song two or three times a day and just sing to the Lord and then just cry and release the tears that I need to let go of . Because I think if we hold the grief in it’s not going to help us to overcome and move on.
Angie has shared about our grief in her book, I Will Carry You, and I have had many times to share from stage.
What about you? How have you grieved after a miscarriage(no matter how many weeks), stillbirth, infant death, or the death of your child(no matter how old)?
This is not an easy subject. It’s so difficult and personal.
Every April 7th is difficult. It’s Audrey’s birthday and the day she went to be with the Lord. We always struggle with how to handle that day. Do we celebrate? Should we have a cake and candles? How do we mourn? Should we go to the cemetery?
If you feel lead, would you share some of your story, so we can recognize your child’s life and your pain. Hopefully, you will find comfort that comes through sharing and knowing you are not alone in this.
2 Samuel 12:23 speaks to me so much. 22 He(King David) answered, “While the child was still alive, I fasted and wept. I thought, ‘Who knows? The LORD may be gracious to me and let the child live.’ 23 But now that he is dead, why should I go on fasting? Can I bring him back again? I will go to him, but he will not return to me.” 2 Sam. 12:22-23(NIV)
Will you also join us as we pray and grieve with the Duggars.
Here is I Will Carry You
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