This week the bag is all video. Back in 2004, David Foster Wallace gave this commencement speech at Kenyon College called, “This is water.” It has since taken on a life of it’s own. Here it is in video form, the most effective at reaching those sitting in front of computer screens.
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Roots for the Journey is available TODAY!
What started as a lullaby CD for Yancy’s son with songs all based on scripture, soon became a really nice, relaxed worship experience. The music, organic, unplugged and simple featuring upright bass, glockenspiels and cello in addition to acoustic guitars and piano, nicely accompaniments the eternal Word of God. These songs have the power to strengthen the faith of all Christians, young and old.
“Taking key scriptures and truths that I wanted to pass on to my son and make sure he knew and understood the direction and answers these scriptures provide us was important. As I worked in the studio, I realized that with how the music was shaping up and the fact that the Bible is true whether you’re an infant or a grown up these songs had more potential. Already when I meet people in my life that are facing big mountains, fears or need answers, I’ve been able to use these songs as a way to help strengthen their faith and help them meditate on what God’s Word says.” – Yancy
Any adult will love this music! Anyone who needs a little peace and comfort added to their crazy day will benefit from not only the music but God’s promises from His Word in this music. Plus, Yancy covers her own song she wrote for Avalon 12 years ago “I Don’t Want to Go”.
- Order the CD today! We are offering a great deal on a pack of 5 CD’s too. Get some to give to others who are needing encouragement or use in classrooms, etc. Or you can download from iTunes and other digital outlets.
- Watch and listen as Yancy shares first hand why she made the album and what “Roots for the Journey” is all about!
- Here is a music video for the song “Safe”from “Roots for the Journey”. Share this new music with your friends and co-workers!
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