Church Commissioned Song Breaks Top 50 Indie Chart

Kenny Jahng —  2011/10/21 — 2 Comments

For the 10th Anniversary of 9/11, Liquid Church commissioned a new song by songwriter/singer Dave Pettigrew. Its called “There Is Hope”

You can find the lyrics and free mp3 download form on the Liquid website here.

The song itself received great exposure, making its way to Sirius/XM Sattelite Radio and beyond. Some of the feedback the song received was amazing. It has touched a lot of hearts and helped in healing for many that have heard it to date.

Now, the song has lived on beyond September and has broken into the Top 50 at Would you help the song reach more people by clicking a few clicks and vote up the song?

Here’s exactly how to do it:

Music is such a big part of people’s lives and it takes on meaning of its own for many of them. Seeing the journey that this one song has taken is been wonderful. This is just one of the innovative ways we are trying to reach more people outside the walls of the church, and it seems to be working.

Do you have a song that has been meaningful in your life? Would you share your story with a comment below?

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2 responses to Church Commissioned Song Breaks Top 50 Indie Chart

  1. kenny, thanks for the post here. it's been amazing to see how this song had reached so many people so quickly. i had folks from texas, california, & georgia and all over the US email me the week before 9/11 and say how much the song had meant to them during that week. one woman told me of how she was a first responder at ground zero & the song actually changed the way she thought about 9/11. amazing stuff…..

  2. Dave, those stories are so wonderful to hear.

    Ministries sometimes forget that while this IS the TGIF generation (Twitter, Google, iPhone, Facebook), before that, we were the MTV generation.

    Music has such a deep impact on many people’s lives and thus it is a great means to share a message as well as have a common experience through it too.

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