British self-produced worshiper Seth Jeffery, who now lives in Portugal and writes music as a continuing journal of his life, has just released his latest self-published album 'Between the Sea and the Shore'.
"These songs have come from that unique in-between season of waiting, wanting, rising, launching", explains Seth. "It has been an honour to be able to journal and record them over the last 3 years."
Seth's heart is to see atmospheres change, souls refreshed, and to challenge our self-imposed status quo of worship and knowing Jesus....
A question was asked in the press release that went with Seth Jeffrey's new album Fire/Water. Why is the Holy Spirit sometimes like fire, other times like rain? A very interesting question, and one I had to admit I didn't…