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Shane Lepisi | "Not Mad"

Monday, July 20, 2020

Shane Lepisi has partnered with John Katina from the group The Katinas, to bring a soulful vibe to worship. "Not Mad"  was written in January of 2020 during the loss of Shane’s 10 year old nephew, Cj. He was challenged by one of his sisters stating that God was mad and not happy with her and took her son from her. And the journey of understanding the love of God for Shane began. Shane found inspiration in the scriptures of Romans 8:38, “Nothing can separate us from the love of God.”

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Shane Lepisi - "Never Fails"

Monday, February 24, 2020

Shane Lepisi has partnered with writer Edward Rivera to release his second single, "Never Fail," to worshippers everywhere. "Never Fail" is a declaration of the faithfulness of God motivated by Joshua 21:45. Shane was inspired by Joshua’s declaration that God had fulfilled every single promise to the people of Israel and never failed once.  “Even as seasons changed in Joshua’s life and in my own, God remained as faithful then as He is today,” says Shane, believing that others will be encouraged by this great truth. "Never Fail" offers worshippers a chance to declare this great victory over their own lives.

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Emmanuel - Shane Lepisi

Monday, December 9, 2019

Shane Lepisi is an independent artist in Sacramento, California who has been leading worship and writing music for the last 20 years in various capacities. His brand new Christmas single, "Emmanuel" offers worshippers a chance to engage in the story of Christmas. With its iconic Christmas sounds paired with soulful lyrics about Christ ’s arrival, "Emmanuel" captures the hearts of believers and reminds of listeners about the true purpose of this season. Shane shares, “We wanted people to feel like Christ’s story isn’t something to simply read about, but something incredibly relevant to be celebrated today."

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