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Song: "Peace on Earth" by Heidi Stelzner

"Peace on Earth" is a song I wrote as I processed the pain in the world and in my own life, with a cry for the "peace on earth" that Christ came to offer.

About the Artist

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Heidi began creating music at the age of five, plucking out melodies on an old tattered piano. She has been writing, singing and wrestling her way through life ever since. She is the one trying to pay attention; daring to believe her voice matters. She is a composer, counselor and contemplative. She is a mercy heart with a fire to see the redemption of all things. She is the one digging up beauty in the black earth of pain, mystery, loss and limitations. Heidi has fought hard to find grace and God amidst, an ongoing battle with chronic pain, personal dark nights of the soul, the sleep-deprived days-weeks-months and years of new mommy-hood and the aches of everyday life.

Heidi has recorded two original albums, is worship leader and therapist. Today, you will find her trying to record song ideas into her voice mailbox while chasing around two little energetic sweethearts.

You can purchase more of her music here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/long-time-coming/id550838707

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Song: "And You Lose" by Heidi Stelzner

"And You Lose" is a song I wrote when I was diagnosed with an autoimmune disease and as I processed my own loss and the losses in life.

About the Artist

Heidi began creating music at the age of five, plucking out melodies on an old tattered piano. She has been writing, singing and wrestling her way through life ever since. She is the one trying to pay attention; daring to believe her voice matters. She is a composer, counselor and contemplative. She is a mercy heart with a fire to see the redemption of all things. She is the one digging up beauty in the black earth of pain, mystery, loss and limitations. Heidi has fought hard to find grace and God amidst, an ongoing battle with chronic pain, personal dark nights of the soul, the sleep-deprived days-weeks-months and years of new mommy-hood and the aches of everyday life.

Heidi has recorded two original albums, is worship leader and therapist. Today, you will find her trying to record song ideas into her voice mailbox while chasing around two little energetic sweethearts.

You can purchase more of her music here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/long-time-coming/id550838707

 

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Song: "Fighting for Life" by Eric Peters

About the Artist

“Peters is a standout among the overcrowded scene of singer/songwriter folk-pop.” – RELEVANT Magazine

“It’s clear that Eric Peters has a love for literature and an ear for a great pop hook. Peters has the skills of a seasoned artist.” – Christianity Today

Eric Peters has been writing and performing songs for listening humans since 1993, and is currently recording his 10th studio album, Far Side Of The Sea (releasing early 2016). He has a heart for folks who struggle with anxiety, depression, and who are seeking recovery. Eric is also a painter, a creator of sculptures made from found objects (Daily Piece), and buys and re-sells used books (The Book Mole). Eric grew up in south Louisiana, and now calls Nashville, TN home with his bride and their two sons. Read more at www.ericpeters.net.
 

Contact:
AJ Wolnski
aj@wolnski.com

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Song: "All Shall Be Well" by Ben Holsteen

Lyrics:

Honey, there ain't words enough
to cover over all we've broken
through all the years of decay

So let's not dwell on wrongs tonight
Just sit with me until the sunlight comes
to chase our darkness away

And all shall be well
All shall be well
All shall be well
Someday

I'm praying there might come a day
When all your debts are swept away
And you know that I need it to

Cause I hated who you couldn't be
And tried to make you live a fantasy
That I so needed to be true

But all shall be well
All shall be well
All shall be well
Someday

I think I'd be ok
If you could find a way to sing again

I heard that there once lived a man
With peace and healing in his hands
So they nailed him to a tree

And sometimes when I sleep at night
I dream he comes in blinding light and somehow
Repairs everything

So all shall be well
All shall be well
All shall be well
Someday

 

About the Artist

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S. Benjamin Holsteen has been on a mission to invade your hearts and minds since he first picked up a guitar back in the 7th grade. In that time he’s written in genres ranging from shoot-for-the-rafters Arena Rock to Ambient Electronica to spare, acoustic, Singer/Songwriter Folk, as well as occasionally dabbling in poetry. He’s currently sketching songs for a new, as-yet-unamed project with hopes to continue to explore new musical territories while building on his 25 years as a writer. In addition to writing, Ben leads music each week at Holy Trinity Anglican Church in Colorado Springs where he serves as the Minister of Music and Church Programs, and enjoys the constant adventure of being husband to Anna and papa to Esther and Jude.