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The music on this page is offered in .wav format which is best streamed with a higher speed internet connection — this offers the best fidelity of the tracks — some connections, as in cellular signals, may take longer to load.

As you will see after you listen to some of the music below, there is a vast array of sounds and textures we can perform — you just need to tell us what your audience or congregation would best identify with. All words by Kristy and music by Steven unless otherwise specified.

Awaiting Kristy to add poetry to the following songs —

The next three tracks offer music by Steven and words by Kristy -- Steven contributed to the words of Joy.

With original spoken word by Kristy 

“Witness” was inspired by Oswald Chambers devotion in “My Utmost for His Highest” for February 15 — the entry is as follows—

Has it ever dawned on you that you are responsible for other souls spiritually before God? For instance, if I allow any private deflection from God in my life, everyone about me suffers. We "sit together in heavenly places." "Whether one member suffer, all the members suffer with it." When once you allow physical selfishness, mental slovenliness, moral obtuseness, spiritual density, everyone belonging to your crowd will suffer. "But," you say, "who is sufficient for these things if you erect a standard like that?" "Our sufficiency is of God," and of Him alone.

"Ye shall be My witnesses." How many of us are willing to spend every ounce of nervous energy, of mental, moral and spiritual energy we have for Jesus Christ? That is the meaning of a witness in God's sense of the word. It takes time, be patient with yourself. God has left us on the earth - what for? To be saved and sanctified? No, to be at it for Him. Am I willing to be broken bread and poured out wine for Him? To be spoilt for this age, for this life, to be spoilt from every standpoint but one - saving as I can disciple men and women to the Lord Jesus Christ. My life as a worker is the way I say "thank you" to God for His unspeakable salvation. Remember it is quite possible for any one of us to be flung out as reprobate silver - ". . . lest that by any means when I have preached to others, I myself should be a castaway."

With original spoken word by Kristy

With original spoken word by Kristy

With original spoken word by Kristy

I woke up in the middle of the night and the following poem came to me without effort — it has more to do with our love, as Christians, for the unbelievers than anything else.

Kristy and my hope is that the music that the Lord has given us brings blessings and peace. Though not all songs are meant for everyone's taste, rest assured that our motivation is pure and that the music contained on this site uses our God given talents to reach each of you in the way God intended. The following song comes straight from my heart and was inspired by a magnet I bought in Salado, TX - may God bring many blessings to you and your family.

With original spoken word by Kristy

Biblical spoken word by Kristy

Jimi and Ravi... is just a song using my imagination on what the two unique musicians, Jimi Hendrix and Ravi Shankar, would come up with if they sat down and decided to mold sound around Psalm 139.

I named this track without thinking as it had 95 measures to it and that seemed as good as name as any. As usual I was meditating on a section of the Bible before recording. I suddenly realized that 95 was also the number of theses that Martin Luther posted. I searched on the number on the web and saw that there were quite a few different references to 95. I spoke with Kristy and she thought it might be fun to list the references in the spoken word section of the poem. As I sat in bed it came to me - the song needed 95 words - words that would come in a stream of consciousness if you will. I set out this morning coming up with 95 words in about a half an hour - and with no further ado, here's the song.

First song recorded with my electric setup — poetry comes from my book “The Wounded Dove” — atmospheric soundscapes that my son likened to movie background music — the static rumblings in the backdrop early on remind me of my old analog record player. Also, the hesitations and stumbling over some of my written words ultimately declare just how vulnerable the human condition is, even with ones walk with the Lord. “Just Love” is offered to you below.

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