Jesus Culture recently shared how they’ve managed to keep their fire for God burning strong as they gear up for the release of their upcoming album, Living With a Fire.
“Over the years we have poured our lives out for Jesus, fought for our relationships with Him, and also our relationships with each other,” frontwoman Kim Walker-Smith revealed in a statement shared with The Christian Post Monday.
“When we first started, it was a passion that ignited in our hearts that became the flame that Jesus fanned into a fire. Our prayer in the beginning was that we would never lose sight of what matters above everything else; relationship with Jesus and bringing Him glory! Now, on the verge of 20 years, we can say with conviction that our hearts are still burning for Jesus, and we are still wanting to bring Him glory, above all.”
The band purposes to share that unquenchable fire through every lyric, in every gathering, and in every prayer they share together. Their new album will likewise do that by proclaiming the “matchless Love of Jesus and to see a generation of young and old, completely given to walking in His presence.”
Capitol Christian Music Group announced that the release of their new live worship album will hit stores Aug. 31. The band has been together for nearly 20 years using their gifts and talents to usher people into times of worship and encounters with Jesus.
Living With a Fire was recorded live at Jesus Culture’s home church in Sacramento, California, during a conference they recently held. The songs feature worship leaders Walker-Smith, Chris Quilala, Bryan & Katie Torwalt, Derek Johnson and Chris McClarney on vocals.
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Source: Christian Post