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  • Meredith Andrews had a chance to speak with Kay Warren about how to go DEEPER in this season of life as a mother and wife.  "Every season has limitations and opportunities... be patient with the limitations and grateful for the opportunities."  

  • Meredith Andrews recently had a chance to sit down and speak with Kay Warren about how "brokeness" can lead us into a deeper relationship with the Lord.

  • Psalm 121, 1 Timothy 1:17

    "Jacob and I went to see The Hobbit in the theater when it came out. There is a scene in the movie when the dwarves are doing battle and they’re alone and then a dwarf comes riding in and declares ‘To the king!’ and it was a really epic moment. Jacob immediately had a song idea around the phrase ‘To the king! I look to the king’ which has become a sort of war cry for us. Our eyes are on God, the king eternal. If we fix our eyes God, we are winning. We had the chorus for a long time and collaborated with Matt Maher to round out the song." -Meredith Andrews.  

  • "Creator, Keeper, Life-breather
    Your name is greater than anything I face
    Sustainer, Savior, Stronghold breaker
    Your name is greater than anything I face"

  • Join Meredith Andrews, along with husband and band-member Jacob Sooter and host Phil Sillas on Thursday, January 24 at 8 pm CT for a live streaming event. Meredith will be sharing live, acoustic versions of select songs from her new worship album, Worth It All, which releases two days prior, January 22. Meredith will also share stories behind those songs and from her own experiences as a worship leader at Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago, where she and Jacob currently serve. The live stream event will last approximately one hour with the last 15 minutes devoted to viewers' Q&A. Watch the stream at www.worshipleader.com, Thursday, January 16 at 8 pm CT.

    Register at http://worshipleader.com/live/register/

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    As I reflect on the current season of my life and marvel at all the Lord has done and is doing, I am overcome with gratitude and amazement. He has been a patient Father in the way He tenderly and intentionally teaches me more of who He is and embraces me with strong arms on my best and worst days. The more I get to know the Lord, the more I am undone by His kindness. Who am I to be met with such mercy when I deserve quite the opposite? Yet I am always finding Him as He has always been: compassionate, gracious, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love. Abba God.

    Yet I'll be the first to admit that my eyes are not always on the Lord. I am weak. I am easily distracted by circumstances and deadlines and brokenness inside and all around me. Sometimes I feel discouraged. Often I wonder if the constant pedaling and daily routine really matter at all. Am I even making a dent, much less a significant impact? If you're anything like me and you've had these same questions, they can be completely overwhelming and all-consuming, and we can find ourselves in a dark place in a hurry. Yet it is in the darkness that the soul-piercing light of Jesus invades the shadows and illuminates the Truth. He is Truth. His Word is Truth. And we must cling to the Light of Truth even in the night.