I like all kinds, bust mostly stick with Christian music, because I find it helps renew my mind and helps keep my focus where it should be throughout the day.
I first heard of the artist, Shaun Groves several years ago when he hit the CCM market big with the wonderful song "Welcome Home".
Then the song "Twilight" came out and I was a bonafide fan.
In the years since Shaun has moved on from major record labels and began a life changing adventure with Compassion International -a organization that The Hubs and I personally support and love.
I have followed his journey at his blog http://shaungroves.com/.
His stories have inspired me, challenged me, irritated me, caused me to think, made me laugh, blush and cry.
Recently Shaun has stepped back into the recording studio ( I'm so anxious to get my hands on a copy!) and is set to release his newest recording "Third World Symphony."
You can listen to it here.
Or purchase it here.
In anticipation of this newest CD's release Shaun invited bloggers to send him 3 questions and to share those answers with their readers.
So, I took a deep breath and threw my questions in the mix.
1) What is the hardest part of explaining what you do for Compassion?
2) What is the biggest take away you want for people when they listen to Third World Symphony?
3)If you could get rid of one myth about dealing with poverty around the world, what would it be?
Thanks, Shaun, for great music and for personally challenging me in my own walk!
Thanks, Readers for you know. . .reading-now go listen to this great CD, then pre -ordered it and get an autographed copy when it's released August 30!