Discovery House, a division of Our Daily Bread Ministries, is pleased to announce the signing of husband and wife worship duo Brad + Rebekah. The pair will release their national debut album, All You’ve Done, produced by Josh Silverburg (Michael W. Smith, Bellarive, Newsboys), on June 2, 2015.
“Thank you” is the theme that echoes through All You’ve Done, an authentic worship collection that will at times bring listeners to their feet in praise, and at other times allow them to quietly ponder God’s goodness. Scriptural themes of new life, gathering together, and reflecting God’s love are woven throughout the 2-CD collection. Whether in an energetic studio recording (Disc 1) or an intimate acoustic set (Disc 2), the songs of All You’ve Done will soon find a home in listeners’ heads and hearts.
Brad + Rebekah have been leading worship together since 2003 during their college worship team days. They married in 2006, served two years in a full-time worship position in Indiana, and then stepped out to pursue a life together making music, touring, and trusting God for their provision. They’ve traveled the United States and abroad, with a special interest in Uganda and the ministry of Watoto – so much so that the Watoto Children’s Choir is featured on the song “The Heart of the Father.”
“This project is an amazing reminder and testimony of what God has done in our lives,” says Brad. “He has been and remains to be always faithful. Sometimes we forget that and we need to be reminded that our strength and our plans are nothing compared to God’s plans and his ever faithfulness. I pray this project encourages people to pause for a moment, look back to take note of what God has done through both the good and bad, and rejoice knowing that God will continue to be faithful.”
Adds Rebekah, “My hope and prayer for All You’ve Done is that the name of Jesus will be glorified, and that hearts will be drawn closer to God. My heart’s desire for any music that we do is that, through the Holy Spirit, people will be blessed, ministered to, healed, set free, and brought to deeper understanding of salvation in Christ.”