Dallas, TX (June 27, 2022)
Dallas-based singer/songwriter and worship leader Davy Flowers is set to release her full-length debut, I Was Loved, July 1. The Worship Initiative release was produced by Shane Barnard (Shane & Shane), with two tracks produced by Bryan Fowler (TobyMac), and includes songwriting contributions from such names as Mia Fieldes, Sarah Reeves and Lindy Conant, among others.

The worshipful pop collection exudes intimate joyfulness, reflecting Flowers’ faith journey throughout. Featuring 12 tracks—11 of which were co-penned by Flowers—highlights of I Was Loved include album opener “You,” an earnest declaration of Christ’s sufficiency; the debut single and title-cut, an autobiographical piano-driven ballad; and “Oh, But God,” a jubilant anthem celebrating God’s grace.

I Was Loved is an offering of vulnerability—it’s all the prayers I have prayed for the past 17 years encapsulated in 12 tracks,” Flowers shares. “I feel more ready than I ever have to share the songs of my heart with those seeking to know and connect with the Lord in an authentic way.”

“Every single declaration of Truth on this record I have truly FOUGHT to believe for many of the years that I have walked with Christ,” she adds. “I have struggled to believe that the Father is never going to stop loving me, regardless of the rise and fall of my own weak attempt to love and serve Him. Yet, He has set His affection on us and determined before the foundation of the world that we belong to Him! Our position in the family of God has been purchased and sealed by the sacrifice of Christ, who alone is worthy of our wholehearted worship and abandoned obedience.”

Born and raised in Houston, Davy Flowers currently serves as a resident artist at The Worship Initiative in Dallas, as well as a worship leader at Dallas’ Watermark Community Church. Her music reflects a story of healing and triumph in Jesus, and her passion is to connect broken and weary hearts with the power, presence and love of God through her songs and worship leading.

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