Come Weary Saints CD Almost Ready

comewearysaints-temp_150x.jpgNext month we’ll be releasing our next CD, Come Weary Saints. The project is an invitation to each of us, whatever season we find ourselves in, to redirect our focus to the God whose love has been forever demonstrated at the cross of Calvary. Whether you’re going through trials or know someone who is, these songs are a reminder of the Father’s sovereign, loving care.

Contributing song writers include myself along with Mark Altrogge, Steve and Vikki Cook, Pete Gagnon, Todd Twining, Joel Sczebel, and Stephen Altrogge. Ryan Baird, from Sovereign Grace Church of Pasadena, CA sang half the tracks. He was joined by Kyle Davis, who has sung on other Sovereign Grace projects. We also welcome two new singers: Melissa Farmer from the Covenant Fellowship Church near Philadelphia, PA, and Tamara Baker from Sovereign Grace Church in Cleveland, Ohio. Both were a joy to work with.

You can find listening samples, videos, photos, and more on why we recorded this project at the Sovereign Grace Music Website.

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3 Responses to Come Weary Saints CD Almost Ready

  1. Ryan March 19, 2008 at 1:52 PM #


    I have been looking forward to hearing samples from this project ever since it was announced. How needed is an album that deals with grief and while struggling with pain yet still thanks God for it.

    “There is a Shelter” drew me into worship immediately and I cannot wait to sing it in church and in personal worship times. Also, “It is Not Death to Die” literally had me in tears with my hands raised, AT MY DESK, by the end of the song sample. I think for the first time in my 28 years of life, I’ve never longed for my Home that much. These songs are phenomenal, and I’ve only heard the samples!

    Also, it is so nice to hear the music being current with today’s styles. I found it interesting to hear some of the edgier music on there. Interesting in a good way!

    Thank you for this project. I can’t wait to hear the full album.

  2. Emily March 20, 2008 at 10:11 AM #

    I am comforted by God’s sovereignty over our trials. What a blessing this album is to remind us so clearly of the hope found in His love and sustaining grace.

    His grace is never ending, and for that I’m grateful – as the waves of trials beat upon our lives, there is grace upon grace.

    I second Ryan’s comment on “it is not death to die.” what hope those words bring.

  3. Mark March 24, 2008 at 6:47 AM #

    Hi Bob,

    The samples sound great. Will you be releasing it on iTunes so those of us outside America can download it?



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