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Journeying with Jesus is a lot like navigating the Wild, Wild West. The path is rarely predictable, but it's always far better than what we could ever conceive on our own. And that's the secret Patrick Mayberry has uncovered on Wild Faith, his first full-length album and an invitation to bravely explore the great unknown. On the heels of an initial six-track EP, Mayberry unveils a complete LP that gives fans a further glimpse into his courageous heart. On Wild Faith, he expands his repertoire by effortlessly straddling the line between congregational friendly selections and personal observations, all artfully crafted and intentionally threaded together to take listeners on a life-changing expedition - one song at a time. The album's theme of unbridled belief captures the essence of a book that inspired Mayberry - Brennan Manning's The Relentless Tenderness of Jesus. "It struck such a nerve with me because it painted this picture of faith as being this wild pioneer spirit where you're on the trail; your hands are dirty; your wagon has arrows shot through it; it's a hard, rugged life," Mayberry explains. "God is the wagon boss, and He says when we move and when we don't move. Jesus is the scout who runs up ahead and reports back, and the Holy Spirit is the wild, wily buffalo hunter, who always shows up with fresh meat for the day." Mayberry's LP sets a large table for everyone. With untamed melodies and astute lyrics, Wild Faith beckons the wounded and healed alike into the experience of a lifetime. "Anyone who has put their faith in Jesus is a son or daughter of the God of the Universe, who intimately knows them and cares about every little detail of their lives. Your biggest plans and wildest dreams for your life? God's are likely wilder, bigger and crazier," he says. "Following God can be scary, but I promise, following Him is always going to be deeper and richer and better."
Journeying with Jesus is a lot like navigating the Wild, Wild West. The path is rarely predictable, but it's always far better than what we could ever conceive on our own. And that's the secret Patrick Mayberry has uncovered on Wild Faith, his first full-length album and an invitation to bravely explore the great unknown. On the heels of an initial six-track EP, Mayberry unveils a complete LP that gives fans a further glimpse into his courageous heart. On Wild Faith, he expands his repertoire by effortlessly straddling the line between congregational friendly selections and personal observations, all artfully crafted and intentionally threaded together to take listeners on a life-changing expedition - one song at a time. The album's theme of unbridled belief captures the essence of a book that inspired Mayberry - Brennan Manning's The Relentless Tenderness of Jesus. "It struck such a nerve with me because it painted this picture of faith as being this wild pioneer spirit where you're on the trail; your hands are dirty; your wagon has arrows shot through it; it's a hard, rugged life," Mayberry explains. "God is the wagon boss, and He says when we move and when we don't move. Jesus is the scout who runs up ahead and reports back, and the Holy Spirit is the wild, wily buffalo hunter, who always shows up with fresh meat for the day." Mayberry's LP sets a large table for everyone. With untamed melodies and astute lyrics, Wild Faith beckons the wounded and healed alike into the experience of a lifetime. "Anyone who has put their faith in Jesus is a son or daughter of the God of the Universe, who intimately knows them and cares about every little detail of their lives. Your biggest plans and wildest dreams for your life? God's are likely wilder, bigger and crazier," he says. "Following God can be scary, but I promise, following Him is always going to be deeper and richer and better."
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Wild Faith
Artist: Patrick Mayberry
Format: CD
New: Available $11.98
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DISC: 1

1. Never Stop Singing (feat. David Leonard)
2. He's Just That Good
3. His
4. Wild Faith - By Patrick Mayberry ; kalley
5. Lead On Good Shepherd - By Patrick Mayberry ; Crowder
6. Give Me Jesus
7. A Million Times
8. He Is
9. Easy To Praise
10. Right Here

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Journeying with Jesus is a lot like navigating the Wild, Wild West. The path is rarely predictable, but it's always far better than what we could ever conceive on our own. And that's the secret Patrick Mayberry has uncovered on Wild Faith, his first full-length album and an invitation to bravely explore the great unknown. On the heels of an initial six-track EP, Mayberry unveils a complete LP that gives fans a further glimpse into his courageous heart. On Wild Faith, he expands his repertoire by effortlessly straddling the line between congregational friendly selections and personal observations, all artfully crafted and intentionally threaded together to take listeners on a life-changing expedition - one song at a time. The album's theme of unbridled belief captures the essence of a book that inspired Mayberry - Brennan Manning's The Relentless Tenderness of Jesus. "It struck such a nerve with me because it painted this picture of faith as being this wild pioneer spirit where you're on the trail; your hands are dirty; your wagon has arrows shot through it; it's a hard, rugged life," Mayberry explains. "God is the wagon boss, and He says when we move and when we don't move. Jesus is the scout who runs up ahead and reports back, and the Holy Spirit is the wild, wily buffalo hunter, who always shows up with fresh meat for the day." Mayberry's LP sets a large table for everyone. With untamed melodies and astute lyrics, Wild Faith beckons the wounded and healed alike into the experience of a lifetime. "Anyone who has put their faith in Jesus is a son or daughter of the God of the Universe, who intimately knows them and cares about every little detail of their lives. Your biggest plans and wildest dreams for your life? God's are likely wilder, bigger and crazier," he says. "Following God can be scary, but I promise, following Him is always going to be deeper and richer and better."
        
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