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-- -- -- -- -- welcome -- -- debate on Lauren Green keep religion correspondent for Fox News Channel we're gonna rain and Matt Redman.
His British musician.
He is a contemporary Christian musician and he's got that English accent which seems to be like it shouldn't happen right -- -- content and it.
Thanks so much -- -- best idea -- released a new album it's called your grace finds me.
Powerful stuff but you really connecting music with rare is that what you're doing with this album.
Yeah -- -- -- -- you know I I fussing about some grand themes we -- the -- in the Bible book I want to help people do more than just think about them sing about them -- people see.
-- -- through -- than yes than to be a devotional vehicle really.
You know your compatriots.
And -- right just released a book on.
The advocates for the solves any talk about how music is.
Or the script for is actually best learn through music because it creates these pathways in your brain -- not only you know take again but to.
You you become that is that what -- trying to do.
Yeah I read that book and I think it was really fascinating and inspiring -- -- about how.
Music effects -- so many different levels I think you can -- -- -- -- the songs -- a 150 songs.
And the inks every human emotion you could imagine him in his angst in -- angered his joy this.
There's everything united -- and an extremes as well.
And that's why do all the songs to.
And and stability into people's lives and I'm not a nothing -- an amazing way to do that and I know that.
I want I want to songs to help people who express every emotion they've got -- golf.
I wanna play a little -- of music they -- video your grace finds me let's take a look.
One of -- stuff -- -- stuff Matt your eyes open mentioned the Georgia time Grammy winner but.
Just today and it came out that you are nominated for nine dove awards congratulations.
Thanks so much yet.
It's in the country in -- It's so great -- -- the songs -- connect with people with their lives and espionage usually encouraging season narrow the grammys stuff and with these stunt doubles nominations and -- to me I mean.
And -- write songs for awards but to me is just a huge encouragement of the songs are doing -- to connect with people's lives.
In any -- you want people -- -- connect with this the script -- number how popular you music is.
In British in Britain because -- things we read about.
Britain is that you know people are not.
Going to charge there they're not increase their pay them back they're losing their faithful so what is your take on the situation there.
Yes interesting -- I mean I've I've grown up in the chest and yeah if you its -- you read the newspaper.
They knew you might just see one side story which -- there is some decline in areas and you know and a and is definitely -- lot of change in in people's view towards.
I've gone and things of sight but then that is an assignment it was this a lot of growth is a lot this youth movements this.
For me I'm -- I'm in the church and in the city of -- to this property that.
UK's -- -- CC but in a few years this is it's grown from you know it just ten people 200 people many of them are young people and students and so -- I -- the folks on that stuff and been privileged to travel to over thirty different countries and seals -- and that's yet CEO Lawson.
Young teens and and students.
With a very vibrant faith in -- as one -- to get alongside this people.
Do you see that they are really the next generation.
For the church because the Anglican church itself -- you.
It's very -- must say I'm not boring but it's it's very stated very old and is that something that turns a lot of young people away.
Well you know how many choices I mean is an -- -- You know I think one love this wouldn't take the best of -- take you -- just stand on the shoulders of giants to take the best at that.
Tradition and the and they -- expressions and then you add to the brand new expressions things that might help people speak to.
Gone in a way that it feels relevance and lots -- to me that's what the songs are now.
We see about -- ancient old truce but with China.
Put universal themes in unique -- -- Speak about a minute and a -- -- a way that.
He knows a sixteen year old model can to -- -- must feel like yeah this feels like out of BC's -- these -- -- and to -- -- -- as the triggering event of a song -- -- the challenge to that help help people communicate in a way that feels very real to them if you could.
If you could say what your favorite song on the album as what -- -- It it might be.
It might be the -- -- -- because the talks with song and I'm just I'm.
A -- this team you know we talk about it.
The grace of god and often that's in the context of the call cross and and it should be -- a submissive a progression of the Ciba.
Actually my thinking hasn't -- The story of crisis and stop that shows up every day about you you wake up breathing this race as -- -- -- -- -- to enjoy execute to give thanks for your social -- -- the same thing and and -- this album is really just a way of saying let's celebrate this whole spectrum of of grace and allies and -- be thankful for.
-- -- Right now and which is why -- in London and not here in.
In New York where I am but where can people see you on your two word how can they find out where -- going to be next.
Ideally he would do we -- the limits -- always just been to Slovakia Croatia Czech Republic and Budapest Hungary -- and we're off to France Germany and -- this week and but currently in the UK says it exciting week.
It is amazing because you're actually in Europe you're making -- -- of Europe and all countries you've mentioned our country is that you know from.
And used -- a -- -- are all kind of losing their religion but yet you're finding very enthusiastic crowds and all of those country.
Yeah I mean we've really done Budapest and Saturday night and 3000.
Young people that and it's and I mean it's amazing city anyway -- got a great data book.
What do fantastic thing to -- throw to gather together in that way and it to be honest it surprised me did I didn't.
I didn't I mean just some of these countries.
Very much in and it's always an amazing thing -- this this and -- great unknown.
Wow well you're albums called.
Your grace finds Maine and I'd check it out it's -- sounds wonderful it looks wonderful and and and check out -- also web -- and thank you so much -- -- for being here we will.
Have you -- -- Michigan to New York.
Thanks Emma surreal at least -- -- I can't thank you so much.
And they he's a much for joining us spirited debate on lower entry.
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