Ever been lost? There is nothing better, when you are starting to get that "panicky" lost feeling, than seeing a sign, a cairn, or a mark of some kind that affirms other people have been there before. 

A lot of people walking with God feel like they are out in the woods right now. Many of us feel a bit lonely, and a bit lost, as we are trying to navigate our life with Jesus and the evolutions that are happening so fast in Church life these days. Maybe we all need some new signposts and some new songs to keep us together? 

That's why we are here.

Enter The Worship Circle has been composing and singing songs for people who are navigating new spaces with God for many, many years. We are still doing it today. By the way, it seems like God might be doing a lot of this on purpose; he might be pushing us out of the traditional and the mainstream in many ways so that we can look at the world around us differently. What if he is doing this because he is expanding his love-net to catch more beautiful people? If so, what is your response to that? As we continue to journey together, we hope our music will be part of this new love-net as it is trying to provide a warm welcome for everyone, and we also hope that our music will become a soundtrack for your pioneering journey. Thanks for putting us in your backpack.

Ben Pasley and Karla Adolphe

P.S. Karla talks about the Songs of Ascent (Psalm 120-134) in this Podcast, why not read them today?

P.S.S. Do you want to learn more about how we are evolving our concert booking process? We have been working on something that connects community, miniature crowd-funding, and hospitality so that even those with no big organizational backing can still promote a successful concert! The video below will warm up the idea for you ...

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Watch Ben + Karla on 100 Huntley Street for a great interview about concerts for communities in the Gap!

Watch Ben + Karla on 100 Huntley Street for a great interview about concerts for communities in the Gap!

 

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