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New Revolution Worship single highlights fun and good news




By ANTHONY CASTLE

Revolution Worship has released a new single titled ‘We Walk With Hope’. The track reflects the spiritual framework for the National Youth & Young Adults team and debuted at Equip Sunshine Coast (Queensland) youth camp earlier this month.

“We wrote the song out of a discussion with Adam Purcell (Youth and Young Adults Secretary), capturing the message of the youth framework for the year,” explains Dan Casey, Worship Arts Coordinator. “It’s more a pop/dance song for youth audiences, more a song for Friday nights than Sunday mornings. The purpose of the song is to have fun and declare the Good News.”

‘We Walk With Hope’ was written by Dan Casey and Luke O’Dea in Revolution Worship, and is designed as a resource for youth events and programs. Revolution Worship is a platform for new music within The Salvation Army, overseen by the Worship Arts Team.

“Having Jesus in our lives means we have something bigger than whatever we face in the world,” Dan explains.“There can be mental health challenges, whatever young people are facing, and this song declares that there is hope in our lives when we walk with Jesus.”

The track was received well by campers at Equip Queensland, and an acoustic arrangement is currently set for release.


Dan Casey, Worship Arts Coordinator.

“We have an acoustic video coming out to show people how it can work with a simple band,” Dan explains. “It’s the same track, same words, but can be used with just one or two musicians as a more reflective song for different environments.”

More on Revolution Worship and ‘We Walk With Hope’ can be found at the website, Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube.



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