Pastor Shawn Craig sat down to talk with us about one of the songs from Phillips, Craig & Dean’s brand new upcoming album, “Breathe In.” Check out the story behind the track “All Is Well” below, and stay tuned for more interviews in the weeks to come!
Visit PhillipsCraigAndDean.com now to listen to the band’s new single “When The Stars Burn Down” and download it instantly when you pre-order. The New Album, “Breathe In,” hits stores March 13th!
If you liked “Revelation Song” then get ready for the brand new Phillips, Craig & Dean single hitting radio airwaves now! The band is sharing a sneak peek of the song “When The Stars Burn Down” over on their Facebook page HERE, so if you’re a Facebook user be sure to go take a listen. In case you missed it last month, we also have a special behind the scenes interview with the guys about the song and what it means to them. Check it out below!
When I first heard “When the Stars Burn Down” it immediately had that same impact as “Revelation Song,” with that big worship moment where you’re transported out of this mortal world into the next. – Randy Phillips
I love this idea of the unveiling of Jesus Christ in glory and the melting down of the universe. And how when all that is said and done Jesus Christ is still Lord. – Shawn Craig
It is another one of those songs that, similar to “Revelation Song,” puts things into perspective of what life is really all about.– Dan Dean
And Now For Some Encouraging Words From Pastor Shawn Craig about New Year commitments…
The Book that Keeps on Giving
I don’t buy many movies. Why? Because once you’ve seen it, you know how the story goes and it takes the punch out it.
Not so with the Bible. It keeps on giving. Regular reading will prove this: the Bible is the one book that keeps on giving. Any student of scripture will tell you how often you read the verses you’ve read before but it comes alive to you in a way that it didn’t before. It keeps on giving. That’s another reason why I keep on reading it year after year.
Now is the time to renew commitment to reading God’s Word daily. I renew my commitment every year to have a daily dose of scripture. Sometimes I skip it and I regret it. But I get up the next day and start over. I don’t quit.
Even if you miss a day, don’t quit. What if you fail on a promise to kiss your wife everyday? Just because you miss a day, you don’t say, “Well, I failed to remember to kiss my wife today. So I quit.” No, you renew your commitment the next day! Simple illustration but it works!