Capitol CMG worship artist / songwriter Mack Brock releases his new live album, SPACE, available now. This special live album was recorded during this year's pandemic at Brock's home base of Charlotte, NC surrounded by musicians, crew and family that have walked through life with he and his wife, Meredith. SPACE is filled with songs that are reminders that Jesus always creates space for us - no matter our surroundings, past, season, faults or failures.
"People are tired and oftentimes feel so left behind," shares Mack Brock. "My heart's desire is that myself, my family and my music can be a conduit that reminds people that they are loved and accepted just as they are with no strings attached. They can be confident in who they are. God loves you, and when you receive that, it’ll change your life. It allows you to love people in a new way - a love that serves, a love that leads with grace. I think this is where our desire to give our life to ministry as well as to become a foster family came from."
This holiday season the Brock family looks a little different as they have entered into the journey of being a foster family as they open their home to those that need care and extend God's love as He extends it to us.
"One significant thing is that being a foster parent is such a picture of God's love for us," shares Brock about fostering. "We come to God with nothing, and He loves us with no promise of receiving love in return, He provides for us and nurtures us makes Himself so vulnerable to rejection and that's a lot like what fostering feels like."
After a year that has been challenging for most around the globe, this new album offers eight new songs that will help the listener to enter into a new intimacy with God. Brock captures in song the truth that we need to hear that God is with us. SPACE was co-produced by Aaron Robertson and Brock, and co-songwriters on the album include Phil Wickham, Chris Davenport, Jason Ingram, Matt Maher and more. The project also features specials guest artists' Matt Maher, Amanda Lindsey Cook and Mateus Asato.