Unpolished. Imperfect. Freedom. For All Sons & Daughters' Leslie Jordan and David Leonard, these qualities are even more keenly experienced in music that connects broken people with their God. Worship leaders at Journey Church in Franklin, TN, their critically acclaimed EPs, Brokenness Aside, Reason To Sing and The Longing, along with their first full length feature album, Season One, bear witness to the power of worship by the people, for the people and of the people. In the truest sense, the mesmerizing, soul-baring lyrics and acoustic styling of this unlikely duo are beginning to make an impact...inside and outside the church.
Fearlessly facing his mortality for more than a decade now, singer/songwriter, blogger, and worship leader Tim Timmons is consumed with the desire to talk to a Christ-seeking audience through music with a new sense of urgency. “I write songs that are simply prayers that I need to hear,” he admits. “I live for the presence of God in my life now, today." Timmons talks to God as if he’s baring his soul to his best friend and it’s hard not to be disarmed by his honesty. On his Reunion Records debut, Cast My Cares, Timmons takes a look at what it means to not only believe in Jesus, but to change the world by truly following Him. “Following Jesus versus being a believer in Him is revolutionary,” Timmons says with a smile. His song, Let’s Be Beautiful, invites the church to reflect with thought-provoking lines such as “Everybody’s watching what are we all about/When we open up the doors is religion all that walks out?” This man isn’t afraid to rattle the status quo and encourage those in the church to examine themselves and their posture with Jesus.