Guitarist Kelly J Randall (Still Human, The P.S.R. Project, Sweet Licks...) teams up with powerful youth evangelist/singer Cheryl Stanton and drummer J.D. Mann (The Mann Family Singers) to create a Christian Rock album that is a completely new voice in contemporary Christian Rock. It is both loud, celebratory and bombastic as it is soft and delicate and heartwrenching. And, at times, it is both. This is not the formulaic Christian 'rock' that your mother cleans the house to. This stuff is designed to blow your doors off, and touch the heart, all in service to the Lord. Our c.d.s are not collections of worship songs, or songs that were written to bring glory to God. The only real worship is the study of, and application of, God's word. The only people who can truly bring glory to God are the people who have achieved the mind of Christ and share the happiness of God through application of the word in their lives. Our c.d.s are made by Christians, believers who are trying to live the Christian way of life and make their way through the Devil's world. These songs are personal statements, testaments of the power of Faith alone in Christ alone to carry us through the good times, and the bad times. Bottom line is this: What we are trying to do with our music, both on c.d. and in performance, is to create an atmosphere musically in which an objective hearing of the Gospel of Jesus Christ can be heard by those who are lost, while at the same time trying to provide inspiration and motivation to continue the spiritual quest of the Christian way of life for those who are saved. Although we welcome anyone who is interested in listening, we are a youth evangelistic ministry, for it is the youth who, if properly given the Gospel of Christ, will cause Jesus to erect the wall of fire around this nation once again. The c.d. you see here represents the first in what is hoped to be a series of many more musical statements from this band. If, in anyway, we have managed to achieve our objective in some small way, then all Glory goes to God. Meanwhile, we gotta keep movin...