“Redemption Song” is the song men hear in their hearts when realizing the unconditional price paid for their salvation. Like a coupon redeemed for a price greater than its face value but because of the known worth by the “Redeemer”, the highest price is paid with great promise and expectation, that one might have life and have it more abundantly.
I have a song I love to sing,
Since I have been redeemed,
Of my Redeemer, Savior king,
Since I have been redeemed.
“Redemption Song” is a group of God-called Christian men from many different walks of life demonstrating a love for witnessing through music. The men of “Redemption Song” are from the North Georgia area, attending various Bible-based churches and each a Christian leader in multiple capacities. However, as they come together through song, they are speaking with one voice and delivering one message that God’s loves us and wants a relationship with us through His Son. No life is so broken that He cannot gently and carefully put the pieces back together and make that life whole again.
“Redemption Song” does not consider themselves performers, but rather doers of God’s Word and in His Service. Proceeds in part from their appearances are donated to Christian service charities. On Sunday August 19, 2018 @ 7:00 PM, “Redemption Song” sings for Cumming Home Ministries, a unique Cumming/Forsyth County based ministry focusing on men in need of shelter and guidance, men seeking a more abundant life.
Members of “Redemption Song” are:
Craig Stone, Nathan Goss, Jon Heard, Stan Pierce, Justin Terry, Mike Young, Dwight Welborn.