Tag: Calvary Chapel

November 6, 2021

Song of the Day: Grand Prize - It's Not Over

Grand Prize hailed from the Calvary Chapel location in Idaho. They eventually changed their name to Esterlyn & do a more AC/worshipful vibe. This SOTD has a special meaning to me & is a lot of what I personally struggle with. : You say that you love Him with your life  But your going your own way  You need to let Him have your rights   Let Him take control of your life.” So come on over feel His Grace shining bright It’s not over you still need to fight You say that it can’t be done You just can’t live what’s right Well that’s not right He will heal you tonight You say that you love Him with your life But your going your own way You need to let Him have your rights Let Him take control of your life He’ll set you free, Tonight, yea yea tonight Some come on over let His love draw you near It’s not over He wipe away every tear You say that it can’t be done You just can’t live what’s right Well that’s not right He will heal you tonight Oh how He loves You- How He longs to forgive You Won’t you let Him take your hand Won’t you let Him show you His Plan He will change you, He will change you, He will change you Continued →

October 10, 2021

July 16, 2021

Song of the Day: The Choir - Gripped

One of the longest-running indie/alternative bands in the Christian scene, The Choir emerged in the 1980s initially as Youth Choir, shortening the name after the release of one album and one EP. The band formed in 1983 and were instrumental in the early 80s Calvary Chapel scene in Southern California, that also included stalwarts like Undercover, Altar Boys, and 4-4-1. Where some of their counterparts flirted with punk and harder alternative sounds, The Choir’s sound rarely ‘rocked’ so much as it created atmospheres and layers that have never been easily pigeonholed into any particular scene or sound and yet have toyed with dream pop, indie pop, and at times even shoegaze.… Continued →