Integrity Music is honored to partner with the WFX Network to produce two worship training events this year through the label’s WeAreWorship.com platform and featuring Covenant Worship, Travis Ryan and The Worship Society. The first event, the REACH Conference, will...
Who says there’s no such thing as providence? You certainly won’t hear it from us. Our episode today is the result of the appearance of a small package on Joe’s doorstep. Inside he found an advanced copy of Healing Spiritual Wounds, a book authored by our guest, Carol Howard Merritt. This inspiring yet practical piece paves a path to the restoration of personal faith for those who have been hurt or betrayed by established institutions of faith. It’s a timely work and one we felt immediately compelled to share with our audience.
Happy New Year and welcome back to the podcast. For our first episode of 2016, we wanted to share something special and uniquely appropriate. Katie Gustafson is a name familiar to many folks as an accomplished singer-songwriter and worship leader. But she wears another hat – she’s a licensed professional counselor who has been in practice since 2009. It was her work as a therapist that brought her to our attention.
Our introduction to worship leader Andrew Ehrenzeller was a wonderful little accident. The Jesus Culture artist was standing near our booth, so we just struck up a conversation without actually recognizing him. After twenty minutes of chatting about the joys of family and common interests, we finally decided that we should commit it to a recording.
If you’ve been keeping up with our series of interviews from CMS NW 2015, the name Andrew Marcus is likely a familiar one. This gregarious Canadian songwriter and worship leader jumped in and facilitated several of the resulting artist conversations. Andrew is based out of Vancouver, BC, which is quick couple of hours from Seattle where CMS NW took place. Andrew has written and worked with some big names including Paul Baloche, Leeland Mooring, and producer Ed Cash. They describe him with words such as “sincere”, “anointed”, and “refreshing”. And we tend to agree.
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We’re back with another Amp’d interview! This episode features one of the original band members from the band Kutless, James Mead. Ironically, although Joe is a throwing distance from James in Oregon, Dan was actually the one who connected with James due to scheduling…soon to be rectified of course with a coffee at a local shop!
Songwriter Benji Cowart has long been on our potential interview list. Not only is he extremely talented, he is funny, humble, and ridiculously kind. Our guest host, Andrew Marcus sat down with the Word Worship artist to pick his brain about leading worship, his songwriting approach, and the new EP, Surrender.
We start strong right out of the gate with the legendary Don Moen chatting about his experience with CMS NW and his latest endeavor – a musical project that focuses on his longing for a nation that is healed and whole.
It seems that God never ceases to find unexpected and creative ways to introduce us to artists. Such is the case with our guest today, Staci Frenes. Staci is probably foremost a singer/songwriter with eight records under her belt whose music you may heard featured in movies and major network shows. But she’s also a gifted writer who published her first book, Flourish: Cultivate Creativity. Sow Beauty. Live in Color. last year. It’s a beautiful and inspiring collection of stories and insights that speaks into the hearts of Christian creatives everywhere.
Set for release spring 2017, The Beatitudes Project – a book: Words From the Hill (An Invitation to the Unexpected) from NavPress, a full-length album: Beatitudes with The Fuel Music, and a documentary film currently in the works – reveals a wide world of connected stories: real people from all faiths and walks of life who embody mercy, poverty, meekness, the hungry and thirsty, the peacemakers, the mourners, and the pure in heart—as seen, heard and experienced through a twenty-first century lens.
Breakout bluegrass/country quartet HighRoad returns September 30 with their much-anticipated third full-length recording, Somewhere I’m Going.
Citizens & Saints dropped their highly praised third studio album A Mirror Dimly last Friday, September 16. Touted as one of the top worship album’s of the year, A Mirror Dimly is a result of a difficult time for the group as they dealt with the downfall of Mars Hill Church.
“Still Breathing,” The New Single From Veridia Debuts Today On All Digital Formats, Impacts Radio Next Friday, Sept. 23;
Today alt-rock band VERIDIA announces the release of their newest single, “Still Breathing,” which is now available on all digital formats. The song will impact radio next Friday, September 23.
The privately-owned Sarah Kelly Music School is set to open doors at a new location on the well-known Market Street in The Woodlands, TX (Houston) on September 24.
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When I sat down (via the magic of the internet) with Joe Brookhouse of Frequency, I expected to answer some questions about my book, my faith, and my art. What I didn’t expect was the conversation that followed. Joe is thoughtful, prepared, and engaging and that interview remains one of my most memorable and enjoyable during the flurry of the book launch. I’m a huge fan of Frequency FM and it’s an honor to support the great work they doEmily P. Freeman
I look forward to every new podcast that comes out from the great guys at frequency.fm! I love the variety of people that they feature, the questions they ask, the song clips they showcase, and the fun that Joe & Dan have together! This is a podcast that feeds my artist-heart and I am SO incredibly thankful to have it available to me through iTunes!Hannah Starn
When my baby girl Eden was in NICU in St. Paul Minnesota, I had a scheduled interview with Dan Thomson and Joe Brookhouse over at the Frequency Podcast. This Podcast is top notch for artists and authors and because I didn’t want to miss it, the guys graciously allowed me to call in over Google Voice and risk their studio quality sound.
In the end, I’m glad they did because it turned out to be the best interview I’ve done. Joe knocked the ball outta the park with his insightful questions. I’m sharing it with you because we went places Church Zero didn’t go, and I want to take you with us.Peyton Jones