Elim Sound celebrate 100 years of Elim by Ian Yates on 2015-02-04 15:51:04
We are delighted to announce that our new album 'Elim 100' will be released on May the 4th 2015
‘Honouring the past, embracing the future’
This landmark centenary project draws upon our rich heritage with much loved Elim Hymns and choruses of the past and looks forward with nine inspirational brand new songs.
The Looking back songs include a modern folk style rendition of ‘Power In the blood’, and beautiful arrangements of ‘Breathe On Me’ and ‘Have Thine Own Way’ that will serve as a powerful tool for personal devotions.
The new songs contain the anthemic ‘Best Is yet to come’, the powerful ‘No Longer I’ co-written with Matt Redman, the vulnerable ‘Lay It At Your Feet’ and a rousing cover of Jared Anderson's ‘The Great I AM’
Featuring nine worship leaders from across England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, we believe this is our strongest collaboration yet.
ABOUT ELIM SOUND Elim Sound have a rich heritage than spans an entire century and are the product of the collective skill and passion of members of a new generation currently emerging within the UK’s Elim Pentecostal Churches.
Bringing together a community of worship leaders, pastors and creatives from the Elim movement and beyond, Elim Sound are committed to inspiring, encouraging and equipping the church in worship.
Elim Sound is led by Sam Blake, Stephen Gibson, Joel Pridmore and Ian Yates
Release Date: June 9, 2017 Reviewer: Michael Tackett Rating: 4.5 stars
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ARTICLE Slightly Obsessed #190: A Warbird’s Lesson
On a recent hot July day, we took in an air show in our town. Vintage planes, including a couple of impressive old warbirds, sat majestically on the tarmac for inspection as we darted from wing to wing to find relief from the withering heat.
These planes are still operable, so although some of them were open for people to walk through, the cockpits were off-limits for obvious reasons. No one wanted a tragedy to happen because an unauthorized person tampered with the controls. People who don’t know what they’re doing shouldn’t be in control.