Celebrating a decade as a Gotee recording artist, GRAMMY®-nominated, Dove Award-winning singer/songwriter Ryan Stevenson returns with “ABLE,” a soul-stirring testimony of God’s faithfulness. The title-track from his highly anticipated April 28 full-length set, “ABLE” was written by Stevenson, Blake NeeSmith (TobyMac “I just need U.”) and Jeff Pardo (Anne Wilson “My Jesus”), and produced by Zach Holmes and Pardo (2022 Dove Award-winning Producer of the Year).
Currently impacting Christian radio after an exclusive premiere on SiriusXM’s The Message last week, and now available on digital platforms, the rousing pop anthem features a gospel choir-backed chorus powerfully echoing the unwavering promises of God. Tracing the Lord’s peace and presence amidst his own trials—a prevailing theme which continues to connect Stevenson to the heart of his audience—“ABLE” showcases an artist, husband and father confident of where his Hope is found: “Our God is able (when you’re weak He is)/Strong and faithful (keeps His promises)/Steady as the rising sun, what He said He’d do is done/Our God is able (so don’t be afraid).”
“Being human isn’t always easy, and having faith isn’t always easy either, especially when we experience difficult situations,” Stevenson shares. “We will face trials and some of them might be really heartbreaking and profoundly stressful. When we find ourselves in a dark valley, we beg God for a miracle, to be rescued and saved and find the peace that we’re desperate for.”
“’ABLE’ is inspired by Ephesians 3:20, ‘Now all glory to God, who is able, through his mighty power at work within us, to accomplish infinitely more than we might ask or think,’” Stevenson continues. “I want to encourage you today that God is the author of miracles! What seems impossible is where He operates. He is ABLE to redeem our greatest mistakes and most painful situations. God doesn’t use us in spite of the messed-up parts of our lives, He uses those parts too and is intricately involved in orchestrating our circumstances for the best outcomes. Because of His profound ability to redeem anything and everything that we go through, we become living, breathing testimonies of His kindness, mercy and love for everyone to see.”