This CD is available digitally only.
Chip writes both secular music as well as music specifically designed for the liturgy of the church.
His Band "Chip Andrus and a Touch of Gray" play both the bars and churches.
The strong scriptural base of his liturgical material enables his songs to be used in a variety of ways in worship.
One example is "The Bread of God". This song is taken from John 6:33 and can be used to support the scripture reading, as a song for communion, call to worship, etc.
Another example is "Welcome Me". This song has been used as a call to the children's sermon, a congregational response to baptism, even as the theme song for the Center for Congregations and Family Ministry Conference at Lousiville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
Every song in his worship compilations is equally as versatile and you are encouraged to use these songs in a variety of ways.
The inclusive language and reformed approach to his songs make them most appropriate for any worship services in the Reformed Tradition.
Chip has a BA in music from Henderson State University and an Mdiv from Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary.
He is currently the Associate for Worship in the Office of Theology and Worship for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), adjunct faculty member at Louisville Seminary, in Lousville Kentucky, pulpit supply for Caledonia Presbyterian Church in Vevay, Indiana, a workshop leader in the area of worship and music as well as a noted singer/songwriter.
You may want to check out his secular music as well as his music for worship.
"Let it Rain Down" is his first CD and is already in its third printing!