Internationally known North Point Worship released its first single of 2022, "Deliverer," from the new album set to release on April 29. Available at digital and streaming outlets globally now, the song was recorded live on October 14 at North Point Ministries' Woodstock City Church campus and features worship leader Lauren Lee leading this declarative message of hope for the broken, addicted, depressed, anxious, and suffering.
Written by Lee and North Point Worship's Clay Finnesand and Desi Raines as they gathered during a North Point Worship writer's retreat, "Deliverer" became a song of hope as each of the writers were individually going through one of the hardest seasons of their lives.
"As we cried and worshipped together, more than the pain of our current season, something else became even more clear, and that was that God and his kindness toward us was seeing each of us through," remembers Lee.
Wrecked by a recent divorce and learning how to be a single mom for her two-year-old daughter, Lee continues, "The song is a reminder to me that I don't have to have it all together. My Father is always willing to meet us in our brokenness, and He promises to see us through. I hope this song is as impactful to you and everyone who hears it as it has been in our own lives."
"Deliverer" follows North Point Worship's 2021 EP, Live From Decatur City, featuring the lead single, "Abundantly More (Live)." The EP was recorded with a 12-piece band at Decatur City Church, which is one of the ministries' seven Atlanta-area campuses and part of North Point Ministries' global network of more than 90 partner churches.