CHARDON LEWIS - WORSHIP DEVOTIONAL

God is the most marvellous thing that exists, ever has existed & ever will exist. In fact He created existence and everything we see & have not yet seen within it! Colossians 1:16 declares: "For by him [Jesus] were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by Him, and for Him." The thing I love most about worshipping Jesus is that when we do, we are living out what we were created & formed to do: Bring praise to the one and only true God who is the hope for humanity and glorious in all His ways (Ephesians 1:11-12). In today's fast-pace society we can limit what "worship" looks like and think it is just a song. But true worship is the melody of our lives & the lyrics are the devotion of our livelihood to Him. Let's LIVE in the freedom of knowing we have been granted the greatest honour of bringing worship to our amazing God in any & every moment of our lives. What a privilege!

Much love!

Chardon 

GUITAR, GUITAR GUITAR! - EQUIPMENT OVERVIEW!

Hi All! 

Colin here. Hope you are all well. I've put together a quick run through of all guitars/amps/effects used on the Citipointe Live albums to date, more specifically the album "Holy Ground". See what you think

  1974 Fender Stratocaster Joel played this guitar and has played it over a few tours now. This guitar sounds great but feels even better. Just one of those necks that feels 100% right.  Fender Telecaster (US) Chris played this on the night for a couple of songs and was used quite a lot in overdubs. Just a classic Tele single soil sound.  1980 Gibson SG Aaron played this guitar on the night. Borrowed from my guitar collector friend (who's name is Michael by the way). As good as it sounds, I thought it looked even better hahaha. On account of it's vintage and the fact that it hadn't been played in a while, Aaron had a LOT of trouble with the volume pots...very dirty, making ambient swells very stressful! Cozart Tele/mandolin hybrid The song 'surrender' was a very last minute inclusion on the album "Holy Ground". I'm talking second last practice..."maybe we should do surrender" GASP. I borrowed this bizarre looking instrument from a guitar collector friend. We were desperately searching for a strong vision arrangement wise and I think this guitar helped. Probably not a great guitar or mandolin, but it got the job done :) Fender Jaguar (US) This is Chris's main guitar and he played it for the majority of the live set. Sounds good and he sure knows what he's doing holding it :) Gibson es 335 This is my favourite guitar and I used it for about 60% of the live set. I bought while Citipointe Live was in Seattle in 2010 and we've been in love ever since. Very versatile and just seems to sing with any amp/ pedals combination. Side note: Aaron wrote what turned into the song 'holy ground' while borrowing this guitar. Just an inspiring instrument. It's me and you forever baby (talking to 335)! 1964 Gretsch 6120 (Cadillac Green) Aaron played this guitar on the night. I initially thought I might use it, but it just didn't sound good with my amp/pedals. Aaron made it work for him very well though. Everything from the smell, to the spectacular finish, to the way it felt like it was going to turn into saw dust in your hands (fragile) just screamed 'very old guitar'.  Rickenbacker 360 Again, I borrowed this guitar from my friend Michael, but have since endeavoured to make this my next guitar acquisition. Really cool sound and feel. I used it a lot on the live recording night and was very reluctant to give it back! Duesenberg Starplayer We used this guitar a little in overdubs. A very popular guitar in church circles at the moment, but didn't see a great deal of action on this album. Gretsch Duojet This has been Aaron's go to guitar for ages. I guess he likes it a lot! He didn't played it on the live night but couldn't resist in overdubs. This guitar has seen a LOT of studio, concerts and countries over the years and I think it's got a lot more to go. Gibson les Paul Again, not used on the live night but used some in overdubs. Sometimes the only thing that will scratch that itch is a Les Paul... Amps We use a blend of amps, mics and pre amps in the studio,  but this is what we used on the night and generally in the studio. Fender Hot Rod Deville 410 This has been my pick of live amp for a while. Not as indie or boutique as it could be....but it's everything I want. Lots of clean head room, punchy, loud and obviously just a tone I appreciate. Fender Hot Rod Deluxe This is Joel's amp and it sounds unreal with his strat. He bought this and a fender blues deluxe at the same time. He sold the blues deluxe... Orange Rockerverb 100 I first used one of these as backline for a concert in Manila and was immediately sold. We used this quite a bit in overdubs, including a drive sound from the 'dirty' channel.   Orange AD 30 Cool amp. Not massively different to the Rockerverb 100 but good to have it as an option. Vox Night Train 15 I hadn't had much to do with these amps until recently,  but was very impressed. I think we used the 'triode' setting nearly exclusively. Contested nicely with its orange/fender counterparts.  I won't go into detail on effects used but I've listed them below: Overdrives Crowther Audio Hot Cake Ibanez Ts9 Maxon OD-9 Paul Cochrane Tim JHS Morning Glory  Delays Electro Harmonix Memory Man (tap tempo) Line 6 M13 Eventide Timefactor MXR Carbon Copy Boss DD-7 Reverbs Line 6 M13 Eventide Space Modulation (pitch shift/tremolo/flange/chorus/wah/filters) Electro Harmonix POG 2 Line 6 M13 Eventide Modfactor Compressors (stompbox) Mad Professor Forest Green Keeley 2 knob Keeley 4 knob  Hope that was insightful for anyone interested and I pray this finds you well! Blessings, Colin.    

 

1974 Fender Stratocaster
Joel played this guitar and has played it over a few tours now. This guitar sounds great but feels even better. Just one of those necks that feels 100% right. 

Fender Telecaster (US)
Chris played this on the night for a couple of songs and was used quite a lot in overdubs. Just a classic Tele single soil sound. 

1980 Gibson SG
Aaron played this guitar on the night. Borrowed from my guitar collector friend (who's name is Michael by the way). As good as it sounds, I thought it looked even better hahaha. On account of it's vintage and the fact that it hadn't been played in a while, Aaron had a LOT of trouble with the volume pots...very dirty, making ambient swells very stressful!

Cozart Tele/mandolin hybrid
The song 'surrender' was a very last minute inclusion on the album "Holy Ground". I'm talking second last practice..."maybe we should do surrender" GASP. I borrowed this bizarre looking instrument from a guitar collector friend. We were desperately searching for a strong vision arrangement wise and I think this guitar helped. Probably not a great guitar or mandolin, but it got the job done :)

Fender Jaguar (US)
This is Chris's main guitar and he played it for the majority of the live set. Sounds good and he sure knows what he's doing holding it :)

Gibson es 335
This is my favourite guitar and I used it for about 60% of the live set. I bought while Citipointe Live was in Seattle in 2010 and we've been in love ever since. Very versatile and just seems to sing with any amp/ pedals combination. Side note: Aaron wrote what turned into the song 'holy ground' while borrowing this guitar. Just an inspiring instrument. It's me and you forever baby (talking to 335)!

1964 Gretsch 6120 (Cadillac Green)
Aaron played this guitar on the night. I initially thought I might use it, but it just didn't sound good with my amp/pedals. Aaron made it work for him very well though. Everything from the smell, to the spectacular finish, to the way it felt like it was going to turn into saw dust in your hands (fragile) just screamed 'very old guitar'. 

Rickenbacker 360
Again, I borrowed this guitar from my friend Michael, but have since endeavoured to make this my next guitar acquisition. Really cool sound and feel. I used it a lot on the live recording night and was very reluctant to give it back!

Duesenberg Starplayer
We used this guitar a little in overdubs. A very popular guitar in church circles at the moment, but didn't see a great deal of action on this album.

Gretsch Duojet
This has been Aaron's go to guitar for ages. I guess he likes it a lot! He didn't played it on the live night but couldn't resist in overdubs. This guitar has seen a LOT of studio, concerts and countries over the years and I think it's got a lot more to go.

Gibson les Paul
Again, not used on the live night but used some in overdubs. Sometimes the only thing that will scratch that itch is a Les Paul...

Amps
We use a blend of amps, mics and pre amps in the studio,  but this is what we used on the night and generally in the studio.

Fender Hot Rod Deville 410
This has been my pick of live amp for a while. Not as indie or boutique as it could be....but it's everything I want. Lots of clean head room, punchy, loud and obviously just a tone I appreciate.

Fender Hot Rod Deluxe
This is Joel's amp and it sounds unreal with his strat. He bought this and a fender blues deluxe at the same time. He sold the blues deluxe...

Orange Rockerverb 100
I first used one of these as backline for a concert in Manila and was immediately sold. We used this quite a bit in overdubs, including a drive sound from the 'dirty' channel.
 
Orange AD 30
Cool amp. Not massively different to the Rockerverb 100 but good to have it as an option.

Vox Night Train 15
I hadn't had much to do with these amps until recently,  but was very impressed. I think we used the 'triode' setting nearly exclusively. Contested nicely with its orange/fender counterparts. 

I won't go into detail on effects used but I've listed them below:

Overdrives
Crowther Audio Hot Cake
Ibanez Ts9
Maxon OD-9
Paul Cochrane Tim
JHS Morning Glory 

Delays
Electro Harmonix Memory Man (tap tempo)
Line 6 M13
Eventide Timefactor
MXR Carbon Copy
Boss DD-7

Reverbs
Line 6 M13
Eventide Space

Modulation (pitch shift/tremolo/flange/chorus/wah/filters)
Electro Harmonix POG 2
Line 6 M13
Eventide Modfactor

Compressors (stompbox)
Mad Professor Forest Green
Keeley 2 knob
Keeley 4 knob 


Hope that was insightful for anyone interested and I pray this finds you well!

Blessings,

Colin.

 

 

YOUR BREAKTHROUGH IS COMING!

 

I have lived long enough to know that the storms of life don’t last forever.  You may have had one of the biggest years of your life.  Maybe you shed some tears, the enemy has unleashed every weapon it has on you, or maybe you’ve been standing in a place of readiness, waiting, believing, and expecting for a breakthrough and nothing has happened.

One of the greatest keys I’ve learned that will unlock your breakthrough is to let worship precede your breakthrough.

In Matthew 8:2-5 (NKJV) it says,

And behold, a leper came and worshiped Him, saying,

“Lord if You are willing, You can make me clean.”

Then Jesus put out His hand and touched him, saying, “I am willing; be cleansed.”  Immediately his leprosy was cleansed.

Now this Leper was an outcast, untouchable junk.  No one wanted him, he was officially separated from society.  For years this man lived with this condition, yet on this day he heard that his breakthrough was coming to town.  He could have easily begged Jesus for the miracle but instead he threw himself at the feet of Jesus and worshiped. 
This Leper was determined to get his breakthrough and he knew worship would open the door to his miracle.

Don’t let anything stop you from pouring out your worship before Jesus.  Don’t let the giants in your life silence your worship.  Don’t stop throwing yourself at the feet of Jesus. Jesus is always willing to heal, restore, mend, save, redeem, and breakthrough in any area of your life. 

Much Love

Aaron

WHEN ALL ELSE FADES... THE CHOICE IS YOURS

Faith in our Christian walk is a necessity. Faith in God helps us move through seasons in life, whether they be good or bad. Faith gives us hope when all else seems lost. Faith pulls us through the valleys and leads us to the mountain top.

I believe that faith, very similar to love in a relationship (friendship or otherwise), is all about choice. Love is not simply a feeling or emotion or butterflies in the stomach - but it is an active choice to put another persons needs, wants and desires before our own. Just like love, faith is walking, speaking and actively choosing to believe that no matter the what the circumstance, situation or crossroads we find ourselves, that God is bigger, stronger and higher than what we are feeling or experiencing in that moment.

But what happens when faith is all you have? 

What happens when every thing you believe about God and this life is shaken to it's very core?

I have recently had an experience that has shaken my very foundation and has caused me to ask myself, do I actually believe what I'm singing about on a Sunday when I lead worship? Do I fully believe that God is who He says He is even though evidence of it is all around me? Is He really merciful? He is merciful. The Lord is merciful and gracious and abounding in mercy. (Psalm 103:8 NKJV paraphrased) Is He really gracious? He is gracious. The Lord is righteous in all His ways, gracious in all His works. (Psalm 145:17 NKJV). Is He really loving? He is loving. God is love. (1 John 4:8 paraphrased).

And at the end of the day, with all these questions swirling in my head and my heart, I can only come to one conclusion…

I CHOOSE to believe that God is who He says He is. 

I CHOOSE to worship in spite of my emotions or feelings. 

I CHOOSE to still get on my knees before God and weep my heart out when I don't understand. 

I CHOOSE to believe that God is faithful no matter the circumstance.

So, when everything is falling to pieces, or even if it's not - let this be a reminder to you - the choice is yours and sometimes you just need to TELL yourself what you believe, until your spirit catches up. Faith is the obedient action that shouts, Greater is He that is in me "For whatever is born of God overcomes the world. And this is the victory that has overcome the world - OUR FAITH" (1 John 5:4).

 

Jess Steer

5 THINGS I HAVE LEARNT IN WRITING SONGS - BEAU LAMSHED

Songwriting; It’s addictive! It’s exhilarating! It’s a rollercoaster! It’s a topic that I love sharing on because it’s such an awesome thing to be able to see something that starts as a thought and watch it develop into something magical.

Here are 5 keys that I have learnt along this neverending journey of songwriting. Some are revelations that I operate out of, some are just practical tips. Either way I hope by reading this you feel encouraged to never let up on your songwriting

1.     Have a theme or concept. There is far too many songs out there that are just songs for the sake of songs.  Have a concept for each piece and put purpose behind what you do. Whether that is some inspiring story or a word that just won’t leave you alone! Ask yourself what am I trying to say? You can speak either through lyrics or even just music. Generally I have found if it is something close to my heart or moves me already it will come out better.

2.     Rhythm and melody is key. Don’t you find it weird that you can hear a song for the first time and be singing it by the 2nd chorus like it’s a childhood memory. That’s because you have found the rhythm and melody of the song. When you are trying to remember a song, you will generally find yourself humming a melody or a rhythm. That could mean a certain groove to your syllables or general melodic hook. Create something that people can take away with them. So push the horizons of your creativity and listen to new music, watch more movies, read more poetry. A good friend of mine puts it this way “As artists we have to take responsibility to keep ourselves inspired, so live inspired”

3.     Words - their original use was to create. The first account we have of the use of words is in Genesis 1:3 “Then God said, …” God’s first use of words was to create, He created the environment in which we live and communicate. So likewise, our words create the atmosphere or the reality in which we live.Secondly, they are used to communicate. Understand this, we don’t have the ability to say “tree grow” and a tree then grows in our garden. What we do have is the ability to say “I want to see a tree grow” and then we plant a seed that God will grow. So communication will come when you determine the atmosphere or reality of the song you are writing. As a songwriter, we have the incredible privilege of writing something that people will sing on their way home from a bad day at the office or while they are chillin’ on a beach in Thailand, Who knows?

4.     Don’t be precious. I can’t emphasize this point enough. This is a hard lesson to learn but is vital for growth as an artist. One of the best things I have ever done is taken my songs to other people and asked for their honest feedback because in reality, it always sounds better in our own head. Sometimes putting our song or even part of a song in the passionate hands of someone we trust will bring the song to life. For instance, when I wrote Forever You remain, I had a whole different idea to the way it was going to look but in hindsight, it would have not become the song it is now if I had been precious with it.

5.     Make time to write. Sometimes we can view songwriting as a waste when put next to our day to day schedule but even if it is 10mins trying to find a new line or way to say something you will see that it is energizing. It creates focus and you will find yourself being more productive outside of writing songs in your day to day. Songwriting is like a muscle, it needs to be constantly stretched and strengthened. So aim to fit in songwriting to your schedule, try just pondering a thought or playing around with different rhythms on the piano or instrument of your choice. Don’t beat yourself up if you don’t get to it, just be diligent with your talent and always aim to keep moving forward.

I hope this has helped you and I look forward to meeting you one day!

God Bless

Beau

WILDFIRE IS HERE!

The much-awaited new Citipointe Live Album - ‘Wildfire’ is here.

Click below to buy on iTunes:

10 new songs that will bring life and hope to your everyday. It will set your heart ablaze with a passion for Christ and His power. The Citipointe Worship team has really captured what God is doing through the church with their music. It features the songwriting and worship leading skills of Aaron and Becky Lucas, Joel Ramsey, Chardon Lewis, Colin Moore, Beau Lamshed and Christopher Williams. Some of the key tracks include ‘On Top of the World,’ ‘Greater is’ and title track ‘Wildfire.’ Through these songs you are sure to experience the presence of God with an intimate yet explosive sound of worship alongside praise that will get you off your feet and ready to change the world.

UGANDA & SOUTH AFRICA TOUR ANNOUNCED!

Citipointe Live is coming to Uganda & South Africa! We are expectant and ready to see what God is doing through worship all across the earth. We are excited to announce our very first Uganda & South Africa Tour. Our nights of worship are touching heaven, changing the earth and influencing our world for good and for God.

Please visit our tour page here: citipointelive.com/tour for more information! You can also connect with us on Facebookor Instagram!

HOLY GROUND RELEASE

Our latest album ‘Holy Ground’ is available now.  It’s such an awesome feeling when you hold the final product in your hands.  

We are over the moon that we can finally share these songs with you!

It’s been an incredible journey from pre to post and can we just say that our creative team here at Citipointe are absolutely phenomenal!

Our prayer is that you don’t just sing these songs, but that you become even more undignified in your worship and respond to His endless invitation to draw closer. 

Enjoy!

Much Love

Citipointe Live

 

HEART CONFERENCE 2013

Hey everyone! 

We want to personally invite you to come to ‘Heart Conference' -  May 2nd – 4th 2013 .

With only 4 weeks left to go, we are confident that God is birthing something new and pouring out a fresh anointing upon His church. We can’t wait for you to receive from phenomenal guest ministers such as:

Jentezen Franklin, Darlene Zschech, John Cameron, and the Citipointe team.

We have extended ‘ULTIMATE WORSHIPER’ to a church wide event called ‘HEART’ Conference to cover more topics such as Justice & Leadership as well as Worship.

Our vision remains the same,

‘To raise up, equip, encourage and resource an army of worshipers to unmistakably influence their church, cities and nations for good and for God.’

We’ve got some incredible things planned for the two days and nights that you will be with us.  The time you invest to be at ‘Heart’ will refresh, equip, envision, connect, and strengthen you to continue to fight the good fight, deepen your relationship with Jesus, and inspire you to excellence.

FACE THE FACTS

  I have a love hate relationship with the fact that I will never be fully satisfied here on earth until I’m back home with Jesus.  What I mean by that is, the moment God breathed life into me and made me in His own image (Genesis 1:27), He deposited within my spirit a holy discontentment and an unending desire to take up my cross and become more like Him, more like Jesus. We are told in the gospels in John 3:30 that “He must become greater and I must become less.”  How can I become less?  How can I take my baggage, my stained past, my self-centeredness to him and leave it at the cross so that He can then transform me into His initial perfected plan of who I was always supposed to be.  In Luke 18:18-23 Jesus looks the rich young ruler in the eyes and challenges him saying “you still lack one thing.”  In my own words Jesus told him to ‘face the facts’.  He told the rich young ruler that there is still an area in his heart that he was not giving him lordship over.

 

I have a love hate relationship with the fact that I will never be fully satisfied here on earth until I’m back home with Jesus.  What I mean by that is, the moment God breathed life into me and made me in His own image (Genesis 1:27), He deposited within my spirit a holy discontentment and an unending desire to take up my cross and become more like Him, more like Jesus.

We are told in the gospels in John 3:30 that “He must become greater and I must become less.” 

How can I become less?  How can I take my baggage, my stained past, my self-centeredness to him and leave it at the cross so that He can then transform me into His initial perfected plan of who I was always supposed to be. 

In Luke 18:18-23 Jesus looks the rich young ruler in the eyes and challenges him saying “you still lack one thing.”  In my own words Jesus told him to ‘face the facts’.  He told the rich young ruler that there is still an area in his heart that he was not giving him lordship over.

HIGHER WIDER DEEPER: RAW MOMENTS

Hi guys! 

We are so excited to bring you our latest project, "Raw Moments". 

It has captured the raw, honest worship of our team. Stepping away from the anthemic live congregational sound, we've stripped it back and opened the door for intimate worship moments.

"El Shaddai" is available for free download. Hope you like it.
If you have troubles with the download, try the direct link here.

The album comes out on the 21st of September 2012.

All Love,
Citipointe Live.

Creative Dissatisfaction

 

I’ve been writing songs for 16 years. Some I will never reveal to anyone, and some I think are pretty good, haha.  It’s definitely been a journey but I’ve learned a few things along the way.   When it comes to songwriting, probably the most powerful key to keep your song writing moving forward is a thing called creative dissatisfaction…

 In other words NEVER BE SATISFIED! 

 You can always write a better song, you can always be better, you can always learn more, always deepen your creative well. 

After every song I write, or every record we produce, we sit down and absolutely pick it to bits.  “OK, what was great about it?”  “What went totally wrong?”  “Are the lyrics really passionately painting a picture?” “Is the melody or the hook sinking deep into people’s hearts?”  And obviously the next time around we try and fix it.    

 Never be satisfied with what you’ve achieved or accomplished.  God’s creativity is limitless.  There is always unreached potential.  Bono from U2 best describes it by saying, “hungry in a way that can’t be fed!”

Merry Christmas - 4 Day Sale

MERRY CHRISTMAS! We are praying you have an amazing time with family & friends over the holidays. Since we so love the reason for the Christmas season, and so value your love and support we thought we'd celebrate by dropping the prices on almost everything in store. Albums (both digital and physical), Videos and more are all up to 50% off over the next 4 days (16th-19th December). Check out the specials on our online store. We look forward to seeing you in the New Year! Much love from Aaron, Becky, Joel & Citipointe Live

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

We are praying you have an amazing time with family & friends over the holidays. Since we so love the reason for the Christmas season, and so value your love and support we thought we'd celebrate by dropping the prices on almost everything in store.

Albums (both digital and physical), Videos and more are all up to 50% off over the next 4 days (16th-19th December).

Check out the specials on our online store.

We look forward to seeing you in the New Year!

Much love from Aaron, Becky, Joel & Citipointe Live

Ultimate Worshiper

  THIS WEEK – FRI/SAT 23/24TH SEPT 4 DAYS TO GO! TICKETS ONLINE HTTP://ULTIMATEWORSHIPER.COM The Ultimate Worshiper has been birthed: To raise up, disciple and resource an army of worshipers to become the ultimate of who God has called them to be. To set hearts ablaze with a love uncontrollable for Jesus in their daily lives and give them a greater understanding of ‘why we do what we do’. To teach them to become demonstrators of God’s incredible, supernatural power in their every day circumstances. To equip them to walk in excellence, ultimately raising the standard of local Church worship teams. To empower them to go back to their local Churches, towns, cities and nations to ‘unmistakably influence their world for good and for God’. For all details go to http://ultimateworshiper.com Guest Speakers: Brian & Jenn Johnson Bethel Music, Jeremy Riddle, Dr.Robi Sonderegger, Aaron & Becky Lucas and many more.

 

THIS WEEK – FRI/SAT 23/24TH SEPT 4 DAYS TO GO! TICKETS ONLINE HTTP://ULTIMATEWORSHIPER.COM

The Ultimate Worshiper has been birthed:

To raise up, disciple and resource an army of worshipers to become the ultimate of who God has called them to be.

To set hearts ablaze with a love uncontrollable for Jesus in their daily lives and give them a greater understanding of ‘why we do what we do’.

To teach them to become demonstrators of God’s incredible, supernatural power in their every day circumstances.

To equip them to walk in excellence, ultimately raising the standard of local Church worship teams.

To empower them to go back to their local Churches, towns, cities and nations to ‘unmistakably influence their world for good and for God’.

For all details go to http://ultimateworshiper.com

Guest Speakers: Brian & Jenn Johnson Bethel Music, Jeremy Riddle, Dr.Robi Sonderegger, Aaron & Becky Lucas and many more.

Epic Weekend Coming Up!

  We can’t believe it’s finally here. In just 2 and a bit weeks, we’re launching Ultimate Worshiper 2011 and releasing our latest album “Hope Is Erupting”. The countless hours of prep, planning and prayer that have gone into this weekend is gonna be so worth it. We are so Expectant of what God is going to do through these new songs and the Ultimate Worshiper master class. Look out for some more blogs unveiling a little vision and info for the UW2011 on September 23/24. Get your tickets and all details onlinehttp://ultimateworshiper.com Would love to see you there! One more thing… Don’t miss out on getting your FREE track “In The Highest” off our latest album at http://hopeiserupting.com Nothin’ but BIG love Aaron & Beck

 

We can’t believe it’s finally here. In just 2 and a bit weeks, we’re launching Ultimate Worshiper 2011 and releasing our latest album “Hope Is Erupting”.

The countless hours of prep, planning and prayer that have gone into this weekend is gonna be so worth it. We are so Expectant of what God is going to do through these new songs and the Ultimate Worshiper master class.

Look out for some more blogs unveiling a little vision and info for the UW2011 on September 23/24. Get your tickets and all details onlinehttp://ultimateworshiper.com

Would love to see you there!

One more thing…

Don’t miss out on getting your FREE track “In The Highest” off our latest album at http://hopeiserupting.com

Nothin’ but BIG love

Aaron & Beck