“Music was made to serve a holy purpose, to lift the thoughts to that which is pure, noble and elevating, and to awaken in the soul devotion and gratitude to God.”

– Ellen G. White

Don’t Rush the Rests

Don’t Rush the Rests

“A painter paints pictures on canvas. But musicians paint their pictures on silence.” ― Leopold Stokowski I was young and in the car with one of my foster sisters. A middle-aged couple was driving us, well, somewhere. I actually don’t remember anything about that trip...

My Story

My Story

Early Years I started taking piano lessons when I was 7 years old. My mom always felt like music was just “in” me. I usually had some song floating through my head and hummed some catchy tune endlessly, but I hated practicing the piano. Lesson days were the worst. Of...

New Album!

Were You There – Songs from the Crucifixion is the musical retelling of events surrounding the passion of our Lord Jesus Christ by the people who saw it all. From Peter confidently asserting that he would never deny the Lord to Pilate’s reluctant decision to crucify Christ and the joy of Mary at finding Jesus, these songs will leave you inspired to spend eternity with the One paid the ultimate price for our salvation. Were You There?

$14.99

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The Ultimate Condescension

This original Christmas song can be played year round and is sure to warm your heart as you contemplate the amazing condescension of Christ in leaving the glories of His heavenly home to come to this earth as a man so that we could be saved. 

Available on Spotify, Apple Music, and more streaming platforms! 

Music Video

Song of the Morning Star

Coming Soon!

Coming Soon

Music Video: Song of the Morning Star

“He is not here, for He has risen, as he said. Come, see the place where the Lord lay.” Matthew 28:6

Shot on location in Jersualem and surrounding countryside, this video is sure to bring alive the powerful picture of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Don’t Rush the Rests

“A painter paints pictures on canvas. But musicians paint their pictures on silence.” ― Leopold Stokowski I was young and in the car with one of my foster sisters. A middle-aged couple was driving us, well, somewhere. I actually don’t remember anything about that trip...

My Story

Early Years I started taking piano lessons when I was 7 years old. My mom always felt like music was just “in” me. I usually had some song floating through my head and hummed some catchy tune endlessly, but I hated practicing the piano. Lesson days were the worst. Of...
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