Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Michael Boggs: More Than Moved

My good friend Michael Boggs (Formerly of FFH) has just released his first solo album titled "More Than Moved." I was honored to co-write 4 of the songs on the album with him including: Never Going Back, The Other Side, Savior's Love, and the title track, More Than Moved. This record is great from start to finish. Michael is one of the most sincere artist and worship leaders in the music industry today and I count it a privaledge to collaborate with him and more importantly to call him friend. I hope you'll take a moment to check out More Than Moved. You can find it in your local Christian Bookstore or on Itunes.

Saturday, June 26, 2010


I had the privilege of co-writing 2 songs (Hallelujah & You Alone) with INO worship artist Anthony Evans for his brand new album "UNDISGUISED!" Get your copy today on Itunes or visit!!!

Tuesday, December 29, 2009


Hey everyone!

I wanted to post a quick blog to catch you up on all that's been going on here in Nashville. 2009 was a great year for our ministry! I released COLLIDE, my 4th solo record. If you haven't heard it, check it out here on Itunes!

In September, my band teamed up with conference speaker Cody Deese to launch IDENTIFICATION TOUR, a 3 month 33 city tour. It was a huge success as numerous students found their purpose in Christ, many through salvation.

In October, Lena and I celebrated 2 years of marriage! I also recently signed a new publishing deal with Amplify Music Group. As a writer, I have several songs being recorded next year by artist's like Selah, Anthony Evans, and Michael Boggs (formerly of FFH). They'll be hitting a store shelf near you soon. Make sure to go pick up a copy!

I hope you all had a Merry Christmas and I wish you a great 2010!

Much Love,

ID TOUR 2009

Friday, October 24, 2008

Beauty In The Fall

As many of you know, I co-lead worship at Providence Church with Bryan McKaig. After several years and much prodding, we finally collaborated on a new worship project called Beauty In The Fall. It is a compilation of original songs and arrangements that have been specifically written and used over the years for different themes at Providence. It's a great CD, produced by Lee Holland and engineered by Brad Hill, and you're sure to enjoy it. Check out the video and order your copy today at!

Thursday, October 9, 2008


It was good to be back in Southaven Mississippi to celebrate Spiritual Emphasis Week with the students of SBEC. With our new friend, student speaker Ed Newton, we had an amazing time and witnessed God do some unbelievable things. From numerous decisions for Christ to students surrendering their lives to missions and ministry, it was evident all over the campus that God was at work. During our down time, the guys and I had the opportunity to stroll down Beale Street and feast on Memphis’s most famous BBQ ribs at The Legendary Rendezvous. If you’re ever in the area, you must check it out!

It was a busy week as we arrived back in Nashville, and immediately caught a flight down to Melrose Florida for The Church At Argyle’s student retreat. It was fun seeing everyone again and getting the opportunity to hang out with Rich and Mindy Painter.

There’s a lot going on in Nashville as we finally start wrapping up the new record. It has taken quite a bit longer than first expected, but we are in the final stages and will soon be headed to print. If you haven’t already, sign up for the newsletter as we will be sending out regular updates about the release.

Here in Tennessee this weekend Lena and I will be celebrating our one-year anniversary. It’s flown by! Marriage has been amazing and we look forward to the years ahead. I hope you are all doing great and taking some time to enjoy this great fall weather.

Much Love,

Tuesday, August 26, 2008


In the past two months, I have become more aware of God’s global activity than ever before. In July, I had the opportunity to travel to Guatemala and lead worship and work alongside a student group from Brentwood Baptist Church. After spending a week there, it is clear that God is moving throughout the inner-city streets of District 18 in Guatemala City. It was a sobering sight to see houses assembled with scrap medal for roofs and walls whose dimensions were the size of a walk-in closet functioning simultaneously as a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. In a city where the public high schools are breading grounds for drug trafficking and prostitution, we worked with Shalom Church and School pouring concrete, painting, and digging wells to provide room so that the existing body of students which is already well above 700 could accommodate more students providing them access to a first-class education while connecting them with the message of Christ. Because of this school and church, entire families are embracing salvation, and the economic patterns of poverty that have existed for years are being broken by children with skills to go out and make an honest wage as mechanics, beauticians, farmers, and in some cases pastor’s and missionaries.

During my time there, four guys at Shalom Church and School especially impacted me. After a student pastor was asked to step aside for church discipline reasons, these four high school guys ranging from sixteen to seventeen years in age stepped up and together took on the role of student pastor. On a weekly basis, they organize student services, lead worship, teach bible studies and mentor their peers. I stood back and watched on a Sunday morning as a humid and musty concrete block room was filled to capacity with students smiling, laughing, and singing. It was a reminder that outside our borders, and thousands of miles away, God is being proclaimed and people are being impacted with his truth, and much of it is being done through the student generation.

Just two nights ago, I sat in an international prayer service at Providence Church where citizens of Japan, Russia, Vietnam, and the Dominican Republic came together to pray and take communion. Once again I was moved by the greatness of God. A citizen of the country Georgia that is now under siege came forward and together with believers from every corner of the globe present, her country and fellow citizens were lifted up in prayer. We prayed for the hospital and pastorial training center that is now being erected in the Dominican and the movement of God that is currently taking place there. I often fail to realize all that God is doing beyond our shorelines but on my way home to Nashville that night, I was reminded of how God’s glory truly does fill the whole earth.

My good friend Cody Deese has a fundamental belief and saying that “God is active.” After this summer, it’s never been truer, and my hope is that in this comfortable and often passive culture in which we live, we will wake up to the work of Christ and personally become active in the activity of God.

If you’re looking for a place to begin, I encourage you to check out One Vision International at

Monday, July 28, 2008

And the summer rolls on...

It's been a non stop summer and there's more to come! Tomorrow we head to Guatemala with a team of students for a week of worship and missions. On Sunday we'll arrive back in the states for LIT Conference 08 at the Omni Hotel in downtown Jacksonville Florida. Just this past week, I joined Cody Deese for a LIT promo tour. With a live radio interview and a "Get Lit" weekend preview, we were spreading the word about the upcoming conference. If you live in the Jacksonville area and haven't already signed up, I encourage you to do so.
It's gonna be an amazing weekend with unbelievable speakers and bands.I will be previewing songs from my upcoming record during the Friday morning worship session. Check out