Crosswind Music, 1999. All domestic and international rights reserved.
This is probably my favorite all around album that I've released so far. It contains a diverse selection of songs both musically and lyrically, and includes some tunes which deal with social justice issues ("Dear Mr. Eisner" and "I'd Just Like to Know' for example) and also some songs that explore the intimacy of being in a personal relationship with God. I like the balance of this collection in that it illustrates both my focus on justice issues and also the importance of personal spirituality. This one also starts off with one of my most popular, theologically "meaty," and often quoted songs, "Follow Me (87 Times)."