'Hold It All', the long-awaited new single from acclaimed husband/wife worship duo Brad + Rebekah, is now available. Written by the couple, along with Bede Benjamin-Korporaal (Cory Asbury, Hillsong Young & Free) and Joshua Silverberg (Kari Jobe, Jeremy Camp), the timely anthem reminds a weary world of the worthy Savior who died to bring hope and peace for all.
“God has an interesting way of working in our lives, and more often than not we find ourselves writing songs that He uses to remind us of His love and promises in a later season,” Brad explains. “We wrote ‘Hold It All’ toward the end of last year, not knowing what 2020 would bring. But as this season continues to unfold, we find these words to ring true for us personally as well as for many others. God alone is the Author and Perfecter of each and every moment.”
“When questioning why things happen and where God is when things go wrong, we can often crowd out His voice, His answers and His presence,” Rebekah adds. “Sometimes we have to work really hard to press in and ignore the noise, the doubts and the fears in order to hear His call for us to come to Him and let Him see us through; to fight on our behalf; to hold us as we surrender to His perfect and loving plan. He is there - the One who created it all and holds it all together - offering His hand. All we need to do is reach out and let Him hold us.”
“Hold It All” follows Brad + Rebekah’s 2019 single “Rejoice,” a deeply personal declaration birthed in a season of pain and uncertainty as Rebekah battled - and miraculously overcame - cancer. The song was inspired by her desire to continue leading worship and proclaiming God’s sovereignty even in the midst of her struggle.
For 12 years, Brad + Rebekah have shared their acoustic-based, personal songs of worship with audiences across the country and internationally. Their latest full-length recording, Sound of Heaven, released in 2018. In addition to leading worship regularly at Christ’s Church of the Valley in Phoenix, Arizona, Brad + Rebekah partner with Watoto, a Uganda-based ministry serving orphans and society's most vulnerable.