Five Minorly Major Announcements

First, my friend Nathan Lee who I’ve been ranting about all summer leaves on tour today. His music is awesome and this tour idea is awesome. He leaves this morning on the 40 Day Risk tour. He will be in 40 cities over the next 40 days, but has nowhere to play and no one to come. He is totally trusting God to provide. Check out his records on iTunes or somewhere else. The new one is Risk Everything and the piano one from earlier this year is West Tisbury. Both awesome. You can keep up with the tour at He starts tonight in Knoxville, TN. Pray for him and go see him if you can. You can follow him at @nathanleemusic on Twitter to find out where he’s playing in each town. And you can financially support the tour through a paypal link at

Second, another friend Jason Gray has a new record coming out today, Everything Sad is Coming Untrue. Jason is an incredible songwriter and a true man of God. And let’s be honest, that’s an awesome album title. It’s way better than Need. I’m really looking forward to listening to it. Oh, and the cover is awesome. So you can find it on iTunes as well, and probably at your local Christian bookstore. Or you can order at There you can get all the bonus packages.

Third, Ted Dekker’s new book, Green, comes out today. It’s the fourth book in the Circle series. ¬†Check out¬†

Forth, Derek Webb’s new record that I’ve been raving about releases today. It’s called Stockholm Syndrome.

And lastly, you can pre-order my new record. Comes out Oct. 6. Today starts the official pre-sale. Right now, you can still get a free digital download of Do You See What I See, our Christmas record when you order. But that should go away sometime today. That’s the order page. ah, I’m so professional.