Music Spotlight - Episode 016 by Tony Walsh & Friends (Author), Various Manchester Creative Contributors (Illustrator)

The day after the horrendous Manchester Arena attack, Tony Walsh read his now famous poem 'This Is The Place' at a vigil outside the town hall. Now, over 60 Manchester creatives have collaborated, each taking a line from the poem to inspire unique pieces of art, illustration, design and photography. Their work is now presented in this one-of-a-kind book with proceeds going to charitable causes. The roll call is extensive including world renowned agencies and designers like Peter Saville (New Order, Joy Division, Factory Records designer) and Malcolm Garrett (Buzzcocks designer) and personal messages from Tony Walsh and the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham.

Music Spotlight - Episode 104 Bryan & Katie Torwalt

he latest offering from Bryan and Katie, Champion, conveys a message of the victory we have in Jesus, even in the midst of hardship, and points us towards holding on to the promises of God in our lives as believers. Woven from their personal journey they've walked through with their community, Champion is full of prophetic declarations of the ever-present God who has overcome for us. The passion and promise in these songs will bring encouragement and hope to anyone who hears them.

Music Spotlight - Episode 012 Kim Walker-Smith

We’re heading out on the road and we would love for you to join us! We have been looking forward to and praying for these nights of worship for so long. Our hearts are ready to worship with you all.

Music Spotlight - Episode 009 The Belonging Co., All The Earth

The Belonging Co. is church that loves God and loves people. They are passionate about seeing people encounter God through worship, and experience the freedom that comes through knowing Jesus. There new album All the Earth features 17 brand new songs from The Belonging Co, featuring Meredith Andrews, Cody Carnes, Lauren Daigle, Hope Darst, Mia Fieldes, Andrew Holt, Kari Jobe, Maggie Reed, Sarah Reeves, Henry Seeley