Soul Survivor |    

SS Thumbnail

With over 30,000 young people attending multiple events throughout this summer, Soul Survivor has clearly had yet another fantastic year. The new live album ‘Kingdom Come’ captures the heart of the summer’s worship as thousands gathered to worship their Saviour.

Soul Survivor Director and event host Mike Pilavachi explains: “It was an incredibly humbling time, seeing thousands of young people meeting with Jesus and hearing testimonies of how encounters with their Saviour changed them. Worship has always been right at the heart of what we do, and we focused part of our teaching on the importance of worshiping God in good and bad times. Our hope and our prayer is that this album will help people enter in to worship at home, that they might be encouraged and strengthened in their faith. “

The new album features worship led by Beth Croft, Sam Bailey, Tom Field and Rend Collective Experiment, with key anthems from the summer including ‘Kingdom Come’, ‘Go’, ‘My Heart’ and ‘Build Your Kingdom’. The second disc of the album features songs from the Momentum event which gathered over 5000 people in their 20s and 30s, with tracks including ‘New Day’, ‘Set A Fire’ and ‘Now is the time for us’.

Mike said, “We loved having Rend Collective with us this summer. They are a fantastic bunch of musicians with an incredible heart for God; their passion and unique style added a real edge to our worship. We were also excited to welcome Sam Bailey to the team this summer too, and are thrilled to have him as our new Associate Worship Director.”

A colossal 1801 people gave their lives to Jesus across this year’s Soul Survivor and Momentum events, and there are thousands of individual testimonies that speak of God’s acceptance, love and forgiveness. One young person, Stacie, said, “I have always felt like I didn't belong and even though I've been a Christian for as long as I can remember, I never felt good enough to be part of God's family and his plans. But one night the Lord touched me during the worship and I felt for the first time that I was important to someone: God. I know I'm still going to have times when I feel down and not special but I know that God is for me and no-one can ever take that away.”

‘Kingdom Come - Soul Survivor 2012’ will serve as reminder of the things that God did and encourage many to keep pursuing him all year round.



Share this page