Why Church’s ‘The Way It Is’ was a hit, but it didn’t have to be this way

  • September 18, 2021

Church music is all about authenticity and love.

It’s about being true to yourself, about giving your heart and soul to your music.

It should be the same for our music.

Church is about the Gospel, the truth of Jesus Christ, the life of Jesus.

Its a message of forgiveness and the resurrection of Jesus, the Holy Spirit, forgiveness of sins, peace and love, and hope.

It has the gospel message in a very specific context.

Its about living in harmony with the universe and being open to love and acceptance.

It is about being faithful to one another, being compassionate, loving our neighbors and loving God with all our hearts.

Church music is about a life that is filled with grace, joy, compassion, and peace, and its the message that has helped us grow as a family and a community in America.

The Gospel, Truth, Love and Peace are at the heart of all Church music.

Its an inspiring music that I believe will help us grow and find meaning in the world.

But, it’s not always easy to create a music that will appeal to the ears of people across the country.

We live in a world that has become more and more polarized in our politics.

Some people see it as divisive, but I believe that it is in fact a reflection of the Gospel message.

It says to me, “this is the way it is.”

And I believe the way we live is in harmony.

Its important for us to have a diverse group of musicians, who share our Gospel message with us and have our hearts open.

Its also important for the music to reflect our time.

Its time for us, as Americans, to take a more holistic approach to life, and our music needs to reflect that.

It can’t just be a Christian anthem.

Its also important to have people that can really listen and understand what is being said.

I think that our country needs to come together and find a way to find our voice.

Its been a slow process, but we need to make it happen.

I want to thank my family and friends for being so supportive, and my wife for all of the hard work that she put into the music.

She really pushed herself and made sure that we were not only in the right place, but that we understood the gospel of Jesus and that we truly wanted to share it.