Local Music Project

About The Author

About The Author

Home City: Ocean Shores, WA
Favorite Verse: Colossians 3:16-17,
1 Corinthians 10:31
Favorite Band/Artist(s): Tenth Avenue North/Needtobreathe/Samestate
Music Genre:
Christian/Contemporary/Alternative
Performing for: 1 year
Song Title: The Way I Love You

Bio:
Before the start of every book, there is a short section titled "About The Author," which allows the reader a deeper look into the heart and life of the writer of the story.

That's what our music is about.

We write songs and sing about Christ in hopes that all who hear our music will have a better understanding of who He is.

We all worship something, its just a matter of what. So whether through songs, scripture, or a good meal with friends, we hope that in all that we do, that His light will shine through us.

The songs we write are authentic, and God inspired. They are written from the heart, and are products of real life experiences and struggles.

“The Way I Love You” was written about someone very close to us. She was going through a season in her life where she was struggling to find faith in Christ, and was having difficulty surrendering herself to Him. It was difficult seeing her struggle, and we wanted nothing more than to see God do a work in her life. This song is written from the point-of-view of Christ, and is basically a call out to his children to love him and trust him with their whole lives. Its our prayer that God will use this song to speak to you wherever you're at.

Jesus. Music. Grace. Coffee. That about sums it up.  

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