We are so excited to be gearing up to bring our home to yours this Christmas for the Night of Hope tour. With the entire family in tow
We are so excited to be gearing up to bring our home to yours this Christmas for the Night of Hope tour. With the entire family in tow it will for sure be a night to remember. From classic Christmas Carols to originals from “The Thrill of Hope” I want to invite you and your family to pause and set our hearts around the Savior and the season together this Christmas. From my family to yours – we can’t wait to see you there!
Christy is a wife, mother, singer, poet, and songwriter! She began singing and writing music in the church from a young age, as the daughter of a pastor in Oklahoma. She met Nathan in 1993, at the Christian Artists Seminar in Estes Park, Colorado, and they married in 1995. An invitation from Louie Giglio came later to join the first ever Passion Conference in Austin, Texas, which flourished into a fruitful fifteen years of writing and leading worship for the Passion movement. Christy’s devotion to creating earnest and honest songs prepared her to be an integral author and voice in worship songs like “Healing Is In Your Hands,” “Waiting Here For You,” “Let It Be Jesus,” and “Lord, I Need You.” She recently launched a podcast entitled “The Glorious in the Mundane,” which is intentionally focused on helping women in all places in life, finding the wonder and awe of God in the moments of the here and now. Her latest record “Be Held: Lullabies for the Beloved” is a beautifully crafted collection of lullabies intended for all ages to explore our identity as “Beloved.”
Christy & Nathan live in Franklin, Tennessee with their three beautiful children: Noah, Elliana, and Annie Rose. When they’re not focused on parenting, producing, and writing, they love to spend time making their house, affectionately called Keeper’s Branch, a home. Whether it be a season of growth, pruning, or rest, God has been faithful to carry Christy and Nathan and give them songs and prayers for the sharing.
(Sunday) 6:00 pm
Old North Church
7105 Herbert Rd