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Your CD has been played constantly the last few weeks. I am in a dark place, and it brings flickers of hope. I am trying to face up to the child abuse of my past, and it seems like it would be easier to stay numb instead. A Thousand Things spoke to me last night as I wrote this piece and I wanted to share it with you. Thanks for encouraging me.
Dear Genevieve, what can I say? Your writing is blindingly gorgeous. Honest, exposed, artful. Thank you so much for sharing this with me. And with everyone else. You have encouraged ME. Amazing how that happens, hm? Love to you…
Hello!…Ms Christa Wells!! I absolutely love your voice and approach to your music. Its very rare package for NC artist to have this much flare! Its just pure amusing to me! I’m an aspiring songwriter/producer from NC aswell and would love to feature you on a record of mine!.It would be magical!..Here’s my page http://www.reverbnation.com/play_now/song_7114688 THANK U!
I have a “radio format” weekly podcast called Live…from my garage. I would love to play your, “Don’t Call It Love” on an upcoming podcast. If this would be agreeable to you and the band, would you mind sending me an email to let me know. I do not use any music that I do not have permission to use. If you would like to check out my podcast the address is http://blog.livefmg.net Thank you for your attention.
I’m a singer/songwriter mom of two toddlers, living in Central Asia. You, your life and your music have put new backbone and pragmatism into my musical dreams. I posted about your song “Panning for Gold” on my blog recently, and have thoroughly enjoyed the rest of How Emptiness Sings, on multiple levels. Thank you for being faithful to Jesus, to your family, and to your art!
Carolyn, thank you!! Check your email (and my response to your message under “unpacking”).
I wanted to stop by and just say keep the faith friend and continue to travel the road set before you and Sing, sing, sing,sing. In uncovering the wonder of His life and love for us all thru the poetic words of you and Ann V I am amazed at how His tapestry of threads come together in such a beautiful pattern of life! I am blessed to have discovered your “voice” and enjoy your c.d just released last month more than words can say. I hope all who listen to you uncover and speak their “voice.’ Thanks you!! )
thank you for using your gift of singing/songwriting to bring glory to God & great joy & peace to many people. Your songs have really encouraged me. Just wondering though where i can buy copies of your CDs (i’m english and can only find american sellers online!) would love to actually own the cds instead of always having to listen online. I would like to play the songs to my family and in the car ect ect…. anyway thanks again God bless u & your ministry. Jude xxxx
Dear Judith! Thanks for chasing it down – so happy the copy made it safely to your door across the ocean. So encouraged by your delight! thank you!
Dear Christa – I heard Natalie Grant sing live your amazing lyrics to Held at a Women of Faith event in Washington, DC this Saturday. Little did I know I would come to the office this morning to find an e-mail about a work colleague whose 10-month old daughter died over the weekend. I’m praying for the Spirit’s guidance to help me find a way to share your song — and was moved to find out more about the story behind the lyrics.
Those of us who have a firm foundation of faith can have it so shaken when tragedy strikes – but can take comfort in knowing and feeling that we’re held. But what of those with no or little faith? How do we help them find that comfort? Years ago two of my best friends from college lost infants in the same year — one lost two of her triplets the week before they were due, one lost her son at 6 months – he was born with birth defects. Neither really felt “Held” and I felt so inadequate in my attempts to share my faith and firm belief in the resurrection. It has been my constant prayer that they would find that healing and conviction. So – may the Lord continue to bless you with the inspiration to write such lyrics and I pray somehow that by sharing the lyrics with them – and asking for their guidance in how to reach out and comfort my work colleague, that the Spirit will work as only He can to help them feel held – even after all these years.
Thank you and God bless,
I sent you a message the other day but it doesn’t appear to have been published on the screen, so perhaps I sent it wrong or it just didn’t work!
oh well!… to cut a longer message shorter it basically said that I was deeply helped by your song “weightless” & I wanted to encourage you with that.
Also I’m the girl from England who you sent some of your cds to last year- still playing them! thanks
love Jude xxx
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