New Free Music Stream

The Resurgence Blog announced the launch of Re:Sound, coming June 4.  Here is the info directly from the blog:

I am pleased to finally announce the official launch of Re:Sound (ReSound.org) on June 4th at the Advance 09 conference in Raleigh, NC. After a great deal of blood, sweat, and legal fees, I could not be more excited to bring you the musical wing of The Resurgence. Just as Pastor Mark has established Re:Lit to make available culturally accessible, biblically faithful resources in print, we will do the same with music. Re:Sound music will be a consistent stream of music that is theologically unified, stylistically diverse, and musically excellent. Better yet, these resources will be FREE for any non-commercial or ministry use.

Connect with Re:Sound

Go to ReSound.org to sign up for the Resurgence newsletter and get a reminder when Re:Sound goes live.
You can also follow Re:Sound on Twitter.

Re:Sound Launch Celebration at Advance09

As a way to celebrate the launch of Re:Sound, we’re holding a special event as a part of the Advance 09 conference. For the first time ever, I’m actually bringing my band, Ex Nihilo, to a conference outside Mars Hill. I will also be joined by my friends Matt Stevens from Vintage 21 in Raleigh, Mike Cosper from Sojourn in Louisville, and their bands. I will be speaking on "the Marks of Missional Worship” followed by Q&A with all three of us. This event is open to all who are interested, Advance 09 attendees and others, but space is limited, so show up early.
Join us for Re:Sound: A night of worship in Spirit & Truth with Vintage 21, Sojourn, and Mars Hill Church.

Details

Friday, June 5, 2009
7:30pm
The Summit Church Brier Creek Campus
2335 Presidential Drive, Durham, NC (map)
If you haven’t heard of Advance 09, check it out and register today as it’s almost full.

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