Mars Hill Music : Citizens will be at the upcoming National Worship Leader Conference in San Jose. National Worship Leader Conference. Enhance the skills to follow your call. May 28, 2014 ·. Get custom tracks from MultiTracks. com for Dustin Kensrue's album The Water & The Blood. Checkout MultiTracks and LiteTracks for live performance at MultiTracks.
At Mars Hill, we believe that Jesus is God. We take him at his word. Because of this, everything we do is all about Jesus. Mars Hill musicians write fresh music and rearrange timeless hymns for our worship services and recording. Explore Mars Hill Music.
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At Mars Hill music we are really trying to write music for the local churches to sing," Kensrue told the Christian Post. We want to proclaim and celebrate the gospel in the sense of what God has done through Jesus Christ. We are here because of what Jesus has done. Dustin Kensrue's new album, The Water and Blood. Kensrue also says there is a stigma that comes with Christian music.
John has attended Mars Hill since 2004. He is the co-founder, administrator, and superintendent of The Potter’s House School, as well as a devoted father to his sons, Josh and Seth, daughter-in-law Kafui, and grandson, Dinesh. John has served on the boards of Excel and Grand River Prep Charter Schools, Christian Counseling Center, Christian Community Development Association, Roosevelt Park Ministries, and the Hoboken Group. A member of Mars Hill since the very beginning, Susan strives to use her gifts and resources to join in God’s work, and centers her life around the mission of loving God and others. She’s never felt more alive than when she is expressing this in one of her many roles, as a mother, wife, and friend, or her years as a teacher, special educator, administrator, and mentor.
Mars Hill formed in Charlottetown, PEI back in 2003. They now call Montreal home having made the move in late October of 2006. The Mars Hill soundscape includes ethereal keyboards, thick bass lines, jazzy drums and climatic trumpet which gives the band a psychedelic 1967 Venice California vibe while the vocals drag the band's sound through Jack kerouac's New York and George Harrison's Rishikesh.
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