Ladies, we are so pleased and excited to announce our musical guest for the 2015 Summer Caution…
Coming this summer, Sandra McCracken! We’re also giving away one digital copy of her newest album, Psalms. You can enter to win at the bottom of this post.
Sandra McCracken is a singer, songwriter and producer from Nashville, TN. Over the course of eight critically acclaimed studio albums, Sandra has developed a body of work that encompasses hook-driven melodic pop, No Depression-style Americana, contemporary recastings of classic hymns, and even children’s music as part of the Nashville alt-folk super-group Rain For Roots. Her music has been featured on ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy”; her 2013 solo record, Desire Like Dynamite charted as one of Billboard’s Top 50 Heatseekers; and in early 2015, she released a new album, Psalms, about which she writes:
These are sacred, borrowed words, with new melodies to help draw the longing and joy up out of our hearts and onto our lips, as we watch and wait to see his story come in it’s fullness.
We Will Feast, a song off her project Psalms, is one of our favorites. You can read more about the album here.
This song propels me forward, into the heart of the promises of God, giving a glimpse of the vision to see what God sees—the final resolution of all things. And it does this with a corporate point of view, inviting us to sing together as a people, to share one voice in loss and life together under the banner of God’s redeeming love.
We invite you, as we pause during the middle of our season, to join us in community with God and other women. We want our hearts to be connected and refreshed by the truth of God’s Word. We’ll eat dinner, worship, learn more about an upcoming opportunity to give back in our community, and hear stories of women who are learning to rest in God.
Our hope is that you would join us for this special evening to be refreshed and uplifted by the truth and beauty of Sandra’s songs and by the gift of gathering together with other ladies!
We hope you’ll love Sandra McCracken as much as we do! We pray you’ll worship with us on July 21!
One thought on “Coming to Caution this Summer…”
What a beautiful song. Looking forward to hearing the message in a couple weeks.