Worship leader and Ardent/INO Records artist Jeremy Horn has released Only God Who Saves, off his new album, Sound of the Broken. Horn, who hails from Memphis, Tennessee, is known for his radio-friendly church anthems that tackle decidedly more complex themes away from which most Contemporary Christian music tends to stray. As a worship leader of a multicultural church whose population is more than 50% Afro-American, he is challenged on a regular basis to come up with songs that speak to a broader spectrum of society that doesn’t think about God on a regular basis. Leading worship in an environment like Memphis isn’t easy, but Horn manages it with aplomb and a solid reliance on God.
The Jeremy Jorn’s Only God Who Saves video I’m embedding here talks about the story behind the song; as soon as Only God Who Saves becomes available on iTunes or is streamed on YouTube, you can betcha bite a chip that I will make it available for streaming here. Only God Who Saves is marked as an Impacting Song this week on Radio and Records.
(Update: Thanks to the lovely folks at Ardent, who brought the Soundcloud update to my atention. Glad you’ve updated Jeremy’s site; last time I swung by, it needed an update. Cheers!)