1 Peter 5:10 "And after you have suffered a little while, the God of all grace, who has called you to His eternal glory in Christ, will Himself RESTORE, confirm, strengthen, and establish you."
Laura Kaczor (kuh-ZORE) is a Contemporary Christian singer/songwriter, worship leader, speaker and graduate of The University of Pennsylvania. Her fourth album Restore Me (LifeThirst Music), projected to be released early Spring 2015, is produced by multi-Dove Award winning Producer of the Year, Ian Eskelin (Francesca Batastelli, Sidewalk Prophets, Chris August). Laura and Ian met at the Song Discovery Conference in Nashville. Originally from PA, Laura resides in Nashville with her husband Kelly and new son, Samuel who recently underwent successful open heart surgery for a VSD (hole in the heart).
This experience is expressed in the original songs on her newest album, Restore Me that has the powerful theme of restoration through the love of Jesus Christ. Laura penned all of the 10 songs, with six songs co-written with her dear friend Amy Lewis Strother. "My sweet Samuel, my baby, my son and the joy of my life is the reason I was on my knees in prayer for most of 2014. During this time, I sent my songs to Ian Eskelin who encouraged me to go forward with the album. Ian is a gifted producer that can take acoustic songs recorded on a webcam and turn them into truly amazing tracks with character, depth and emotion." says Laura.
The new album is a message of Laura's journey birthed in trials, fears and struggles, but a message of hope, faith, and strength found in the unfailing love and faithfulness of a Savior that restores us, a message from songs such as, “Only You,” “Restore Me," "You Make Me Brave," "Forever," "Greater," and more. Kaczor says, "Above all, I want to thank my Heavenly Father, for seeing me through the most challenging year of my life and for speaking to my heart through the most difficult moments. You are the only One worthy of our praise! Thank you for making this album and everything it represents possible."
Amazingly, one of the powerful songs on the new album is one that Laura wrote before she was even pregnant, “We Don’t Always Understand” which speaks to grief from losing a child or other inevitable losses and hurts we all experience in life with the message, "Keep on believing God is good in all things, we don’t always understand…He has a plan.” Little did Laura and Kelly know that song would strengthen them through a time of uncertainty in a difficult pregnancy and the open heart surgery of their precious son Samuel. Clearly, Laura's heart for ministry to touch, heal and restore others shines through this entire album with her desire for the listener to have their own experience with the Lord speaking to them through the songs.
Kaczor says, "I dedicate this album to the memory of Katelyn Lewis, whose sweet and gentle heart left us far too soon. And to anyone that reads these words, or listens to these lyrics, I hope you also experience how loved you are by God, and that He loves you with an everlasting love that never changes (no matter what you’ve been through, or done…) It’s a love that reached down to earth in the person of Jesus Christ." “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him, will not die, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16
Kaczor’s third album of original songs, Love Enough (LifeThirst Music / Universal MCG), garnered incredible national radio success, and was produced by multi-Dove Award winner Don Koch (NewSong, Phillips, Craig & Dean, Avalon). Laura had four consecutive Top 17-25 Billboard Chart radio hits with "Alive In You" Top 20 Billboard for 12 weeks. She was chosen as one of the Top 10 new female Christian singers by NewReleaseTuesday and also was #2 on the Top 10 "A-List" for Female Identity Songs by NewReleaseTuesday. Laura also had two songs in the top 75 songs of the year by Christian Music Weekly, plus television appearances on Christian Television Network “Good Life”, LeSea Broadcasting “Harvest Show” & “Live From Studio B”, Control Track and Atlanta Live.
Wendell Gafford, President of Creative Promotions, says of this amazing feat of radio success for an independant artist, "Laura Kaczor is one of the strongest up and coming artists on Christian radio today. Programmers are excited to partner with Laura's heart and passion for ministry. In my 20 years as a radio promoter, I have had few artists embraced by Christian radio programmers as quickly as Laura Kaczor!"
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Love Is Enough| Posted July 21, 2011 Laura Kaczor’s first nationally distributed release, Love Enough, is a high-patina nugget that showcases the multi-talented (author, speaker,) singer/song-writer/musician’s unmistakable talent. The tracks are highly faceted, melding modern pop, inspirational and A/C sensibilities. Genre-benders such as “Don’t You Think It’s Time,” “All Around Me” & “Invisible” posses a bling-intense sparkle and an “arena-friendly” sound. Unfortunately, these same tracks leave Kaczor’s vocals competing with the almost profligate orchestration.
It’s when the tempo slows and the musical palette is less cluttered that Ms. Kaczor’s obvious gifts as a musician and worship leader dazzle: “Beautiful Mystery” & “When Grace Calls Your Name” being two out-standing examples. “Yours Forever” & “Renew My Life” are two up-tempo worship songs that belong in any modern worship band’s repertoire, being catchy musically, imminently sing-able & properly focused.
If Love Enough is an indication of Kaczor’s efforts, her contributions merit standing alongside the endeavors of veterans such as Sandy Patty, Sheila Walsh & Natalie Grant. Love Enough should appeal to fans of Kaczor’s peers Meredith Andrews, Kerrie Roberts & Laura Story.