What’s this all about?

For the past 10 years or so, I have been rewriting, and rearranging classic and ancient hymns for use by my church and others in corporate worship.  In November 2008 I released an album of some of these hymns titled From the Shoulders of Giants.  I wrote 25 songs for this album, but only 10 made the cut.  This year I am releasing a low-fi recording of one of the “leftovers” each month which you can download for Free.  Along with the MP3, there will periodically be videos of my group playing the hymn as well as chord charts and lead sheets for use in your own worship.  For those who want to pay for the song, I am funneling all proceeds from this blog directly to the human rights agency International Justic Mission.  The download section of the MP3 site will guide you through the process.  I hope my work is a blessing to you.  Thanks for checking in each month.  The project begins April 1st 2010.

About ericparkermusic

I'm a tired husband and father who is trusting Jesus to bear fruit in my life.
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5 Responses to What’s this all about?

  1. Eden says:

    God bless you in your project! I hope it goes well for you. There is such a difference in the content of the old hymns as compared to the new praise and worship music. In Him,

    Eden

    Thorns and Myrtles
    edenellis.wordpress.com

  2. Pricilla says:

    I love this idea and I like that you are dontaing all money to IJM, that’s so cool! I featured you on my own blog: http://missprissmusic.blogspot.com/
    You should check it out. Have a very blessed day sir!

  3. kay schwieger says:

    Eric, Steve and I enjoyed this new version of a wonderful old hymn! We have added your blog to our “favorites” and look forward to each month’s hymn. You have such a clear, pure voice and your guitar accompaniment is great! The Lord is using you in a very powerful way and we pray that the Holy Spirit will use your music to draw many to Him…God Bless your ministry. Love, your very proud and grateful mother-in-law:) kay PS I am forwarding your blog to a lot of our friends!

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