Recently premiering the declarative "Victorious" at Christ's Church (Jacksonville, FL), where they serve as worship leaders, and filming a companion video to launch soon, the couple shares the impetus for the new song:
"'Victorious' is a celebration of living a life in the presence of God and a song of praise for the victory that He has accomplished in our lives. No matter the season of life we find ourselves in, God has already accomplished all that we need by sending his son to die on the cross."
But the spring tour that launched March 6 in Plainfield, IL, almost didn't happen for Austin and Lindsey. Just last month, Lindsey suffered a torn ligament in her leg that needed immediate surgery. Doctors told her that it would be at least three-weeks before she could ride in an airplane and continue touring. This was heartbreaking for the couple, since they were scheduled to lead on the opening night of the tour just two-weeks later.
"Amazingly, after much prayer, Lindsey had the surgery and doctors were surprised at how well the procedure went," says Austin. "After only one week she was already moving her leg 60 to 70 degrees, which the doctors said was incredible. Just two weeks later, we were on an airplane and leading worship in Plainfield."
There's power in Your blood
We stand redeemed because You are victorious, victorious
There's healing in Your name
Through every season You will reign victorious, victorious
With the tour continuing today in Martin, TN, and with tickets for the tour available now at iTickets, the Adamecs are also sharing from stage about the ministry of Prison Fellowship. This charity, founded by Chuck Colson, is in 120 countries and partners with 45,000 volunteers and 10,000 churches to restore justice and help prisoners, ex-prisoners, their families and victims of crime.
"I think Christians understand that we are to take care of widows and orphans, but I think we often forget about the incarcerated and their families," says Austin, who experienced leading worship with Lindsey for inmates at a level seven, maximum security prison. "It is amazing what God can do, even amidst these direst of circumstances."