Word Worship Music recording artist, Meredith Andrews, is passionate about writing and leading songs that keep people's hearts and minds set on Jesus. Over the course of her four Word Worship albums, the Dove Award-winning artist has been using her musical gifts, love for God, and her huge heart for His people - to teach and remind us all about the enormity of our awesome and loving Savior.
In her lastest project, Andrews invites the world to experience a very special night of congregational worship that took place in downtown Nashville at her home church The Belonging Co. The result is a collection of songs that feel like a homecoming, intimately personal while still filling the room with a collective chorus of worship for a God who saves. It was Andrews' first and only goal in creating Faith and Wonder (Live) EP, for God's presence to be felt in a deep and genuine way.
"More than anything, I wanted this project to honor Jesus," shares Andrews talking about the EP and recording. "It was an opportunity to get in a room full of people, sing these songs over and with them and encounter the presence of God together."
Andrews, who previously was on staff at Harvest Bible Chapel in Chicago now leads regularly at The Belonging CO, her home church here in Nashville. As a gifted songwriter and recording artist, she has been a part of multiple songs sung by churches across America such as “Open Up The Heavens”, “Lamb of God”, “Not For A Moment”, “Spirit of the Living God,” and most recently "Faith And Wonder." Andrews often leads worship at major women’s and/or worship leader conferences across the U.S., and has toured with Matt Maher, Natalie Grant, Big Daddy Weave, Vertical Church, Phil Wickham, and Michael W. Smith, among others.
Not Alone| Posted July 07, 2010
I listen to this song everyday, without fail. Working in Law Enforcement, things are ugly, on most days/nights. This song help keep my soul at ease in the midst of fears, sadness, and even times when I want to be angry. I am thankful for the song. When I'm on Patrol, I am not alone. Thank you Meredith.
Love you Meredith!| Posted March 13, 2010
I think that I was on her bandwagon way before most people knew she was an artist. I found her on Pandora radio and loved it immediately. I actually began adding her on facebook and any other place I could get to her music. Keep it up Meredith! You are being used by God in awesome ways through your music!