A Journey in Word and Song: The Project’s “Mystic Chapel”


This week I’m over at the Ancient-Future Faith Network reviewing Mystic Chapel, the fantastic new album by The Project. Here’s a peek:

CoverMystic Chapel is the newest offering from The Project—musical artists Duane Arnold and Michael Glen Bell. Perhaps you know their first album, Martyrs Prayers (if you don’t, you should!). I grabbed a copy of The Project’s new CD just before Christmas, and it didn’t take me long to decide that this is the album that will journey with me through 2016.

Why? Because Mystic Chapel is itself a journey, one that echoes the walk I find myself on.

In word and song, Mystic Chapel tells the story of a man for whom faith is a distant memory. Weary from his search, the man finds his way to “a small clapboard building with a broken cross on a small steeple.” Once within, he dreams that he enters a garden and sees a stone rolled away. But is it a dream? Perhaps it is a vision and the man a mystic.

IMG_8914 - Version 2Click here to read the rest of this review at the Ancient-Future Faith Network!

And be sure to get your CD or download of Mystic Chapel at http://themartyrsproject.com.



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