"He is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither. Whatever he does prospers" Psalms 1:3 (NIV).
"Turning" recognizes the plight of the believer struggling to be a light in the dark and desperate world gone mad. "Turning" focuses on the continuous growth and change in our lives and challenges us to start "Turning" from our tired old ways and to begin "Turning" to the One who holds our future in His hands. "Turning is an insightful look forward guaranteed to provoke and inspire. "Turning" reveals hope and a desire to know God and His will in a more personal and relevant way. Anyone who enjoys good aggressive melodic hooks intertwined with inspirational real life lyrics, will be sure to love Forevertree.
In the grand scheme of things, there will obviously be a finite number of musicians who will survive the end of grunge in the 90's -- those that can write a good song, and grow musically. Forevertree are just such a band. What sets Forevertree off from a million other Christian grunge bands, though, is the qualitative difference in their musicianship and their ministry.
Be sure to also visit Forevertree at their official band web site.
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