That Old Adage You know that old adage: “The chicken or the egg, which came first?”  You might be asking a similar question about wholeheartedness…which comes first, the state of being or the way of living? I believe wholeheartedness is firstly and mostly about a way of living. Because, honestly, the way we are speaking,

  A number of years ago, I really felt God speaking to me about wholeheartedness.  It was one of those things that I just couldn’t shake.  No matter what scripture I read or devotional I went through, that was the message that was coming through.  Every day in different ways, I felt a still small

The Prologue…

Friday, 01 November 2013 by

Here’s a little bit of my backstory, or a prologue if you will, to The Wholehearted Chronicles. For nearly as long as I can remember I have loved music, songwriting and singing.  I wrote my first song around the age of six or seven and started leading worship at the age of eleven (I started

Wholehearted: It’s a big concept that sometimes goes unnoticed and undervalued in our lives but also in our churches…and dare I say our worship.  Every pastor and worship leader the world over wants to have a church that is growing, engaged and connecting with the presence of God.  Pastors and worship leaders want to see