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Our Song is Grace: A New EP by CCCC Arts

I am blessed to work with a gifted team of theologian-writer-musicians at Clear Creek Community Church who share the same passion to see music for the church by the church. It seems to me we may be entering a wonderful season of worship music produced by the local church. Not content to leave it to Nashville or the “Christian Music Industry” to provide songs for God’s people to sing, I’ve seen scores of churches I’m personally acquainted with who have created songs for use within corporate worship. This weekend, my church will add to that growing catalog with their latest EP Our Song is Grace. These songs were written to coincide with and be shaped by our new message series in Exodus.

I know every local church often has a specific style or styles of music they like to use in corporate worship, and that Our Song is Grace may not be a fit for your congregation style-wise. However, if you want to give the album a quick listen, click the link to the CCCC Arts Team website. In addition to track samples, you will find:

  • Our Song is Grace Chord charts (free)
  • Our Song is Grace Pro Presenter files (free)
  • Our Song is Grace background slides (free)
  • All Things New LP (2013) which includes the popular song “All Praise to Jesus Christ” (along with chord charts, presentation files, etc.)
  • If you want to purchase the new album, Our Song is Grace, from iTunes, click here.

As I mentioned, there are many churches who seek to bless other congregations with wonderful resources concerning worship music, this is simply one way CCCC has chosen to be involved.

A sample of other churches who make music for the church by the church:
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Dr. Yancey C. Arrington is an eighth generation Texan, Acts 29 Network and Houston Church Planting Network fan, and Teaching Pastor at Clear Creek Community Church in the Bay Area of Houston. He is also author of Preaching That Moves People and TAP: Defeating the Sins That Defeat You, and periodically writes for Acts 29 and The Gospel Coalition.

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