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Kelsi Craig - "Defender"

Friday, April 19, 2019

Orlando songwriter and worship leader, Kelsi Craig, released her newest single “Defender”, which is now available. "While going through a time of physical and emotional healing," Kelsi writes, “I heard this new song, written by Rita Springer, and it was as if God was showing me who He was and is going to be in the battle I was in. In the months to come, this new song “Defender” became the soundtrack to my healing. My prayer is that my testimony, through “Defender”, would encourage you wherever you are in life, just like it did for me.” Original Master MultiTracks, Charts, and other worship-leading resources for "Defender" are now available.

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MultiTracks Now Available from You Fight For Me by Kelsi Craig

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Orlando-based songwriter and worship leader Kelsi Craig has released a brand new EP called You Fight For Me, teaming up with Scott and Ed Cash and Mia Fieldes to write three new songs that capture the strength of God's faithfulness and love.  "My hope for this EP," Kelsi says, "is for people to experience the love of God.  That wherever they are in their journey they would be reminded that just like in Ex 14:14 and Deut 3:22 that the Lord fights our battles for us and that we only have to be still."

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Play of the Week - "You Fight For Me" by Kelsi Craig

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

This week, we are excited to feature "You Fight For Me" from Kelsi Craig's new EP, You Fight For Me as this week's "Play of the Week."

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Indie Showcase: Heartbeat by Kelsi Craig

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

This week, we are excited to showcase Orlando-based songwriter and worship leader, Kelsi Craig, and have just added the MultiTracks for her latest single, "Heartbeat."  Co-written with Scott and Ed Cash, both of whom have helped pen numerous worship favorites for the church such as "Whom Shall I Fear" and "How Great Is Our God," "Heartbeat" expresses a desire that we be so attuned to God's will that every aspect of our lives reflect His glory and that our hearts essentially beat to the rhythm of His.

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