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Amazing Christmas Music

 —  November 12, 2008 — Leave a comment

Ok, I have to let you in on this – and no, they’re not paying me to say this, nor do they even know I’m writing this. Future of Forestry has come out with a new Christmas EP that is really, really, good. Eric (lead singer) is a long time friend of mine. Despite my friendship with him, he is truly one of the most creative song writers/musicians/producers we have in the Christian world today…for sure! If you haven’t gotten their album “Twilight” I would highly recommend that as well – I listen to it frequently. However, this Christmas EP is amazing. They did a concert for my college ministry last year with these songs and quite honestly, blew everyone away. Traditional songs, totally new perspective. Here’s a clip of them recording the album:

Future of Forestry Christmas (part 1) from future of forestry on Vimeo.

If you’re interested in purchasing this (which I would highly recommend), click here. Although they’re signed with EMI, this is currently ONLY available on their site – at a discounted price. If you would like to listen before you purchase, click here.

Chuck Bomar

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Chuck Bomar planted and is Lead Pastor of Colossae Church in Portland, Oregon and is founder of both CollegeLeader (www.CollegeLeader.org) and iampeople (www.iampeople.org). He is author of six books, with the most recent being the highly anticipated work titled, Better Off Without Jesus (August 7, 2012). When he is not traveling the country speaking at conferences or consulting with church or denominational leaders, he is home with his family, the place he loves to be more than any other. Chuck and his wife, Barbara, have three beautiful daughters: Karis, Hope and Sayla.

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