Podcast Episode #64: Father to Father with Cory Asbury

The man who co-wrote "Reckless Love" (and was brave enough to cover the single with his own elementary school photo) joins us on the Worship Artistry podcast.

Cory Asbury discusses his breakout song, response to art, and writing and leading worship to the Father after becoming a father himself.

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Jason Houtsma is the co-founder and guitar teacher at Worship Artistry, where he is helping musicians of every level answer the call to worship with passion and confidence. Jason has been leading worship and writing music since he was 15 years old and currently serves as Worship Pastor for Mosaic Church in Bellingham, WA. He is husband to Alli and father to Bjorn and Asher.

Podcast Episode #64: Father to Father with Cory Asbury

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Hello

Hey great job on the podcast. I’m a newbie here. Had to check things out to understand what you were discussing about the cover pic. Very intriguing. There is nothing there yet at the same time it’s loaded with controversy. I felt that much of what was discussed was a perspective stemming from an inside the view reality. Another perspective might add(or) subtract. Let’s start by using the automotive industry as an example. Once going to worldwide sales car manufacturers had to strongly consider language understandings when naming their vehicles because while a name might sound really cool in English it could be very bad for sales in a different language. While this cover and title within a true Christian culture is caring and meaningful with as you discussed it can be hurtful to some because of personal history. That however is a select audience and out in a culture that is struggling to define its morality now that it has turned its back on God may be problematic and suggestive. It’s disgusting to even say that. So is this an a tool,to be used evangelistically! Is it an I don’t care if you never get beyond the cover and buy or listen? Is it an in your face teaching tool? As a song writer in this medium just how much should we consider such issues? Should we even care. Can we just be innocent in our actions or as embassidors for Christ just just much must we consider the world in what we present? With a media willing to twist and defame our faith in any way it can to attack us what is our responsibility?