A song Jon co-wrote with Jason Walker called “Cry” will be on ABC’s Private Practice tonight at 9pm.(5/7/10) Jason recorded the song on his self entitled debut EP. Check it out on iTunes!
There’s a new song I’d like to share with you called God is Moving. Written with Chad Cates and Lee Black, we wanted to write a song for the church to sing and be reminded that no matter the circumstances we are facing, GOD IS MOVING, He always has and He always will. The first two verses remind us of the works of God in creation, the cross, and His heart for the lost while the bridge cries out for every generation to open up our eyes to see this and trust Him.
I recently had the opportunity to teach this song at a conference in Seattle. Click here for the video. For the mp3 and chord chart/lead sheet, please visit greatworshipsongs.com. Also, a video tutorial of the song and a studio recording will be released on a GreatWorshipSongs.com compilation CD soon. I’ll let you know about those tools as soon as I know more.
Click the picture to download a new song called “How Far You Came To Save.” It’s yours to have. It’s yours to share. Merry Christmas and Happy 2010!!
Jon’s new song called “God is Moving” was released on iTunes this week as part of a Greatworshipsongs.com compilation called “Autumn.” Co-written with Chad Cates and Lee Black, this tune was written to encourage us and proclaim that no matter our circumstances, “God is moving still….He always has and always will.” Click on the album cover to be directed to iTunes.
Jon received a Gold Record in Nashville this week for Chris Tomlin’s 2-time Grammy nominated See The Morning Album. See The Morning contains Jon’s song, “Awesome Is The Lord Most High,” co-written with Cary Pierce, Chris Tomlin and Jesse Reeves. See more pics on Jon’s myspace.
Jon’s song “There Is None Like You (Sovereign Lord)” is track #1 on Worship Leader Magazine’s songDISCovery CD this month. Along side songs from Third Day, Tommy Walker and Tenth Avenue North, these tunes were meant to be sung in church, Bible study, or your own personal time with the Lord. Click here to see about picking up a copy today.
“While legions of Chris Tomlin’s fans wait with bated breath for the worship leader’s next offering, Jon Abel will more than handily satisfy with Back to You. I’d daresay that I’ve even enjoyed Back to You more than Tomlin’s See the Morning, which says a lot given Tomlin’s experience and accolades. When someone has set the bar for corporate worship as high as Tomlin and others have, it’s hard to top what’s already been done. Yet Back to You… more