EPH 5:19 is my most current body of music. These are all very powerful and heartfelt songs.
All of these songs have been written with a church environment in mind. The whole EP is actually comprised of songs I have written for my church to help explain topics and encourage people to look deeper into their life.
Tracks included on this EP are:
- Flag of Hope
- Give My Life
This Package includes all 5 songs in their Highest quality on a CD!
- A 43 page color booklet with Glossy Photos
- and images not found elsewhere!
- Fun Facts+ Easter Eggs about the songs
- along with their History and how they were written!
Everything about this package has been made by myself personally, all the writing, instruments and artwork are all right from me. It doesn’t get much more personal than this! I also created an animated music video for one of the songs on the disc called Flag of Hope! It was such a fun experience creating this EP and I hope that you will enjoy having it, as much as I enjoyed making it.
” I have always been going to church for as long as I can remember. The earliest was at the Salvation Army in Australia. My grandparents were missionaries for the Salvation Army, so I assume that’s why we went there. I went to the Sunday school as a child. It was great! Singing songs, coloring pictures with crayons and when the adult’s service was over we were released back to our parents. However on the way to the main hall where my parents were, there were big black trash bags of temptation, containing some of the greatest treasures I have ever seen to date. Donuts and Danishes and all types of glazed pastries filled the bags to the brim (These bags were destined for the homeless). This was truly the reason I went to church. But it was at this church that my parents also got a hint of my future. No, I did not become a pastry thief, I became a musician. The first acknowledgment of my singing came from this church. One of the youth ministers told my parents that I could sing my ABC’s with perfect pitch. I’m glad she spoke of my singing and not of how many glazed donuts I could hide down my pants for future eating.”