New album from Jonathan Alvear

I received Jonathan Alvear’s new album yesterday in the mail. Couldn’t wait to get it out and listen to it. I had long anticipated him recording an album. I have always loved his singing in the various meetings where I heard him sing. He sings old songs that move me deeply, songs that have powerful messages of grace and redemption, songs that renew my faith in God birthed in childhood. 

We hosted a fellowship event at our home last night, and I ripped the CD open and several gathered around to hear it play. It was amazing! Very well done. Smooth vocals and beautiful arrangements. Music is well played, and most of all, the Spirit of God rests upon it. John Carroll and I sat at the table and cried like little babies listening to the old songs done so well. 

The bottom line? Buy it. Here. You will be greatly blessed.


About Steve Pixler

Steve Pixler is lead pastor of Freedom Life Church in Mansfield, TX (coming September 2017). Steve lives in Mansfield with his wife, Jeana, and their six children.
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3 Responses to New album from Jonathan Alvear

  1. Vance Bowman says:

    Thank you for the recommendation, I too love the old songs!! No doubt you were also blessed last evening by the spirit of our mutual friend John Carroll!

  2. John Carroll says:

    The music and songs on this project are incredible! As I sat crying and listening to Elder Alvear sing, I seriously considered getting right with God. 🙂 People, it is that good.

  3. Lisa Donaldson says:

    Love this album. great smooth vocals, and top of the line arrangements. and one seriously fabulous organist!!

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