Michael Farren is a GRAMMY Award nominated and ASCAP and Dove Award winning songwriter, producer and recording artist. His songs include “Trust In You” (Lauren Daigle), “I Am Blessed” (Karen Peck & New River), “Say Amen” (Finding Favour), “Every Time I Breathe” (Big Daddy Weave), “Let It Rain” (Michael W. Smith), “Sing It Now” (Reba McEntire) and “Let The Worshipers Arise” (Phillips Craig & Dean). His songs have also been recorded by Natalie Grant, Aaron Shust and Jaci Velasquez. Michael, who is the worship pastor for Gateway Church in Franklin, Tennessee, is a member of the KingdomSongs collective and he is a founding member and former frontman for the worship band Pocket Full of Rocks. Michael is set to release his first solo project with Fighting For Us, a full-length album due summer 2018. For more information, visit MichaelFarren.com or follow him on Instagram and Twitter (@michaelfarren).
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From contemporary worship to traditional hymns, here are Christian songs about heaven. The Kingdom of Heaven, the throne of God, angels crying holy holy holy, the return of Christ, our sanctification complete, no sickness, no death and no tears, rejoicing, eternal life -- these are just a few of the many words and ideas that come to mind as we think about heaven.
Do you ever wonder if God is still in control of this world? It's normal to wonder that, but at the same time, we need to keep reminding ourselves that God is indeed all-powerful. In spite of all our circumstances, the power of God is real and relevant. When we sing about his power, our hearts are filled with hope, courage, and renewed confidence to face another day. These are the songs that remind us of the powerful God we serve.
When we sing about God's grace and we believe the truth deep in our hearts, it affects our lives. We live with more compassion. We extend more mercy. We feel more empathy. This is why worship songs about grace and mercy are so important to the church. Every day and every week, through song and word, we must remind ourselves about the nature of God who is full of grace. What we receive from God, we extend to others. This is the full cycle of worship.