Rebecca St. James will join us at The Cove on Aug. 11 (you can still get tickets here). In advance of the show, Rebecca wanted to share the video devotional below with our “Notes From The Cove” readers. Here, she talks about the grace and kindness of our God – grace that He provides, not because we deserve it, but because that is who He is.
On Aug. 11, contemporary Christian music artist Rebecca St. James will perform an intimate concert at The Cove. Her latest album, I Will Praise You, is all about the vast “unfathomable love of God.” She’s describes it in detail to The Baptist Standard:
“In this season of new music, God has been reminding me: ‘This is about Jesus. This is about praising him and inviting other people into that journey with you.’ My mission statement and focus is, ‘Get out of the way, Rebecca, and just let people see Jesus.’ It’s all about his glory.”
Hear more of Rebecca’s inspiration:
You can hear Rebecca St. James live at The Cove on Aug. 11. Tickets are still available. Contact us today to reserve your seats.
“The chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever.” This quote is what worship is all about, says Rebecca St. James. And, that’s the focus of her latest album entitled I Will Praise Him, which was released this spring.
Australian born St. James has become one of Contemporary Christian Music’s most enduring and beloved artists, embraced by audiences worldwide. Her signature sound yielded 17 Top 10 singles (nine of which were No. 1) and two RIAA Gold Album certifications (commemorating sales of more than 500,000 units) for God (1996), as well as GRAMMY winning Pray (1999).
Her new worship album might appear as a departure from her pop hits for which she’s known, but actually she describes it as back to the foundation of her music. In a recent interview with CCM Magazine, she elaborates: “My other albums, even those that I would consider more teaching or topical rather than worship are mostly all vertical in nature. There aren’t that many that are just person-to-person. I think it’s just kind of an essence of who I am. Even live, so much of what I do song-wise is directed to God.”
You can experience Rebecca St. James live at The Cove on Aug. 11. Contact us today to reserve your seats!
Our friends from 106.9 The Light interviewed Matthew West this morning – he talked about what fans can expect at his concert at The Cove tomorrow. In addition, he discussed his upcoming Christmas album, life in Nashville and his experiences with the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, Samaritan’s Purse and Operation Christmas Child.
A few tickets still remain for his concert tomorrow night at The Cove. We hope you can join us. You can find more information here.
This Thursday, our friend Matthew West will be joining us for An Evening at The Cove.
Matthew’s latest single, “Strong Enough,” has spent 11 weeks on the Billboard Christian music charts. This song was inspired by a single mom, Tonia, and the story of her daughter, Haleigh, who was home visiting from college when she was in a devastating car accident. After 13 surgeries in three years and being forced to give up her college aspirations, Haleigh was very frustrated.
“The Lord doesn’t put anything on us that he doesn’t think we are strong enough to handle,” Tonia told her daughter. “Oh yeah? Well, he must think I’m pretty FREAKIN’ STRONG!” was Haleigh’s honest reply.
That story led Matthew to pen the song “Strong Enough.” The song ultimately draws its inspiration from Philippians 4:13 and the simple truth that we don’t have to be strong enough. In fact, we are not strong enough … but God is!
Join us on Thursday when Matthew will sing this and other hits from his album The Story of Your Life.