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Caroline Cobb LIVE
March 31, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm$10
Doors at 6 pm // Concert at 6:30 pm
Tickets $10 // Kids Free
Join Caroline Cobb and Michael Van Patter for an evening of songs that tell the stories of scripture, creatively and faithfully. Song by song, we’ll journey through the big story of redemption and kingdom hope, beginning with creation and ending with Christ’s return.
More About Caroline:
Caroline Cobb is a singer-songwriter particularly interested in telling the stories of scripture through her music. Caroline’s latest album, a Home & a Hunger: Songs of Kingdom Hope, traces the biblical themes of Eden and exile, restlessness and rest, and God’s “upside-down” kingdom. Produced by Gabe Scott (Andrew Peterson, David Crowder) and featuring Shane Barnard and Jill Phillips, the album rose to #3 on the iTunes Christian/Gospel charts. Her last album, the Blood + the Breath: Songs that Tell the Story of Redemption takes the listener on a journey through redemptive history, with each song parachuting into a different biblical scene. Caroline has been compared to John Mark McMillan, Sandra McCracken, and Rich Mullins. She and her husband Nick live in Dallas, TX with their three young kids (Ellie, Harrison and Libby).
Learn more at http://carolinecobb.com
“In the style of my favorite singer-songwriters Christa Wells, Sara Groves and Ellie Holcomb, I can’t get enough of Caroline Cobb’s thought-provoking album A Home & A Hunger. Rarely has an album affected me this deeply, as many of the songs cause me to physically feel the depth and sincerity of Caroline’s songs. She is clearly in love with God, and the way these songs convey her prayerful and biblical relationship with our Lord is truly inspiring and convicting.” – New Release Today
“Both a storyteller and a theologian, Cobb has emerged as a unique and needed voice as she attempts to make biblical theology accessible. In A Home & a Hunger, Cobb beckons us into the biblical narrative so we may find ourselves in the pages of Scripture. The album is a fantastic resource for the church both as an encouragement and an exhortation.” – Doxology & Theology
“If you haven’t heard this record, it will bless your life! Amazing job Caroline Cobb, Gabe Scott and friends for making these sweet tunes to help me savor Jesus.” – Shane Barnard of Shane & Shane