An outstanding mix of ballads, energetic rock and pop songs.
No doubt about it, this guy's got a calling. A fisher of men, Chris has a musical net that draws every listener into renewed worship of the One True God. He meets us where we are, setting his down-to-earth songs in ordinary, day-to-day life. His funky, pop-rock title track, for instance, starts with "I met a homeless guy on Second Street a day or so ago." He goes on to show how you can change our world "by letting the world see Christ in you." It's a hopeful, empowering message you don't hear often enough.
Change Your World, Chris' second album, is an outstanding mix of ballads, energetic rock and pop songs. Friends Matt Maher and Tom Booth were involved in the production, playing guitar, mandolin and piano on several tracks.
Many of the 14 original songs have challenging biblical and sacramental themes, including "Extreme Presence." "Masterpiece," a spell-binging song with simple piano and cello accompaniment, speaks of the struggle to really believe each of us is a masterpiece created by God. "May these songs," Chris says in the liner notes, "strengthen you to live the great commission." Not surprisingly, Chris' music has already made many new disciples.
|Change Your World|
|Day by Day|
|God As My Witness|
|I Could Lose My Mind|
|Keep Your Eyes on Jesus|
|Let It Be Done|
|Love Somebody to Heaven|
|Now I Know|
|Paint the World Colorful|
|Slow Me Down|
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