House of Peace: ‘Into The Great Unknown’ album review
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House of Peace: ‘Into The Great Unknown’ album review

House of Peace’s new album mixes modern lyrics with ancient spiritual truths to create a diverse, catchy soundtrack. “The title ‘Into the Great Unknown’ is basically about trusting the Lord in the things we don’t understand,” lead singer David Liscum shares. Highlights include “Passover Lamb” which melds new lyrics with the age-old hymn “Nothing But the Blood,” while “Break the Bread (Communion Song)” is a stripped down tune reminiscing on Christ’s ultimate sacrifice. With a penchant for singing profound truths in new ways, this new outfit is one worshippers of all ages and tastes will appreciate.


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Rebekah Bell

I grew up on a farm in Kansas surrounded by wind-whipped wheat fields and breathtaking sunsets. As a child, I loved telling stories more than anything in the world, whether that meant filling countless notebooks with anecdotes or entertaining my family with humorous tidbits. I furthered my love for storytelling by studying film in college. Today, I work as a writer and speak on the side.

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