FFH To Release 'Voice From Home' on Dec. 27

'Voice From Home' contains tracks written from 'the other side of worship' as inspired by Rich Stevenson's book of the same name.

Contemporary Christian favorites FFH will be releasing their sixth studio album Voice From Home on Dec. 27.

The follow up to FFH’s 2004 release Still The Cross, Voice From Home’s title is taken from author Rich Stevenson’s book “A Voice From Home,” (Waterbrook Press, Sept. 2005) – a work that prompted FFH frontman Jeromy Deibler and his bandmates to write songs from what the group calls “the other side of worship” – songs from God in words of encouragement, hope and love as expressed through Biblical scriptures.

“Every song on the album is routed in Scripture, but it’s designed so you can listen to the Father’s voice in common everyday language,” says Deibler. “The songs on the album are in first person; it’s God talking to His people.”

The first single from the new album, “Worth It All,” is based on Isaiah 43:1-4 and contains the chorus, “Long before you took a breath/I took your pain upon my chest/I knew your name/I heard you call/And it was worth it all/You are worth it all.”

FFH plans to tour with Stevenson holding church events that feature scriptural teachings from Stevenson’s book with music from Voice From Home.

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