Mark Schultz: All Things Possible Tour with Aaron Shust and Jonny Diaz
7 PM Thursday, April 25th
Rapid City Performing Arts Center
For further concert information and ticket outlets, please visit kslt.com.
Listeners have come to expect inspiring and remarkable stories in songs from Mark Schultz, a 14-time Dove Award nominee and platinum-selling artist who touches hearts whether he sings about parents praying for a sick child ("He's My Son"), or writes in honor of his great-grandmother's sons who fought in World War II ("Letters From War").
And with his latest effort, All Things Possible, Schultz continues to tackle matters of the heart and spirit with uncommon craftsmanship-though the past five years have impacted this artist in ways he could've never predicted or expected. He's lived in Europe, started the Remember Me Mission with his wife to help orphans (Schultz himself is adopted), and became a father in 2012 to a boy, Ryan Samuel Schultz.
Produced by Seth Mosley (Newsboys) and Pete Kipley (MercyMe/Phil Wickham), All Things Possible has a joyous, infectious pop-rock feel that shows Schultz' soulful tenor and tuneful melodies at their peak. Yet there's added depth that comes as this compassionate storyteller dives deeper into using music as a vehicle for better things. Here, he quotes no less a source than theologian Frederick Buechner: "The place God calls you to is the place where your deep gladness and the world's deep hunger meet."
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