Nashville, TN (September 15, 2021)
Iconic modern hymn writers Keith and Kristyn Getty are thrilled to debut their version of the classic hymn “It Is Well With My Soul.” The powerful song is featured in the film Sabina: Tortured for Christ, the Nazi Years, produced by The Voice of the Martyrs to tell the story of their founders, Richard and Sabina Wurmbrand. The timely movie deals with persecuted Christians and is particularly poignant at this moment in the world. The cinematic video, shot in Northern Ireland, will premiere September 24, 2021.

Sabina: Tortured for Christ, the Nazi Years will premiere at the Getty’s annual Sing! Conference and is releasing world-wide Nov. 8-10, 2021. Keith and Kristyn will also be performing “It Is Well With My Soul” for the first time during the event.

Getty Music is also adding to their extraordinary week with the release of, Almost Home, the second album from hymn writing team Matt Papa and Matt Boswell. Papa & Boswell are the prolific writers of “His Mercy Is More,” which is in the top 50 most sung songs in America. Monday night, Papa and Boswell will perform their entire new album at the Sing! Conference.

The Sing! Conference has become one of the most popular worship events in America in recent years. Organizers have spent months planning how to rebuild the event from the ground up after the COVID pandemic to inspire a global audience with theological and artistic excellence, while ensuring a collective and immersive experience for viewers.

According to the conference organizers, “This conference is unique in that it brings together leaders, artists, and pastors to deepen their worship in local churches by rooting it in Scripture, history, and vibrant artistry. In a broken world, now is the time to restore spiritual health by rekindling the imagination through poetry, music, and artistry. And for the sake of our witness, now is the time to reunite as God’s people to sing and proclaim to all nations that our hope is found in Christ alone.”


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