“All Around,” the latest single from The Rock Music (DREAM Records)—a collective of singer/songwriters and worship leaders from Salt Lake City’s The Rock Church—is now available. Featuring worship leader Steele Croswhite, the joyful anthem celebrates the omnipresence of God and encourages listeners to embrace the beauty He has bestowed through nature, human relationships and the Church.
Penned by Croswhite, along with Randal Topper, Joseph Young and Thomas Scribner, and produced by Nate Pyfer, “All Around” was inspired by Philippians 4:8. “With so much uncertainty in our world, troubling news, and division that can easily bog us down, it’s so easy to fix our minds on things that are not admirable, not lovely or not excellent,” Croswhite explains of the song’s meaning. “The Philippians verse challenges us to fix our eyes on what is true, honorable, right, pure, lovely and admirable; to think about things that are excellent and worthy of praise.”
“If we stop to consider this, we find God’s amazing love all around us,” Croswhite adds. “We recognize His love in creation, in our relationships, in the Church, through the grace of Christ, and in the Father’s love and the fellowship of the Spirit. His love is truly all around, we need only to stop and realize it.”
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