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I have just released my first professionally recorded album of Christian music called “Your Life in Me”. This album encourages listeners to believe in the finished work of Jesus Christ and draw upon all the resources of His precious, eternal, divine life within them. The aim is to press into the things of the Holy Spirit and grow in faith and intimacy with God.
BUY THIS ALBUM to spread the Word of God, support me in my music ministry, enhance your devotional life, or even if you’re just curious. It’s only £7.
Madeleine brings so much sensitivity to all her songs, right from the upbeat “Something Happening In Me” to the final song “Beautiful”, which brings a prophetic edge right to the end. It’s a pleasure to endorse this CD.
Steve and Lesley Powell, Claremont Church, Bolton, UK
Listen to the latest singles on the home page.
- Something’s Happening In Me
- Victory Song (featuring Michael Cavanagh)
- So When He Comes
- The Narrow Way (featuring Michael Cavanagh and Nataniel W. Pires)
- Like a Fire Burning in My Heart
- Let Your Holy Name Be Known
- How My Heart Thrills (music inspired by Ghostland’s “Calming the Sea”)
- Jesus Yearns For Us
- He Is Calling
These songs are all based on biblical truths. They work well in the context of church services and prayer meetings. If you would like to invite me to sing and play at your church or event, please contact me
Please contact me if you can donate to this project, or help by providing technical and administration support.
I am now working on recording more meditative, instrumental piano for soaking worship and intercession. Again, the aim of this project is to press into the things of the Holy Spirit and grow in faith and intimacy with God.
“God-honouring music is one of the few things that is eternal and which exists both in the physical and spiritual realms. Never underestimate the value and power of anointed music. New songs must be written and expressed for each generation so that people can understand who God is and know themselves as God knows them.”
Ray Hughes, paraphrased.