There is an old Latin phrase that goes, “Degustibus non est disputandum,” which means, “You can’t argue taste”. As true as that may be I am willing to argue that much of what passes for worship music today is very banal. Not so with my friend Daniel Renstrom (pictured left).
Daniel is the Director of College Ministry and worship leader at my home church Providence Baptist. Daniel has to be one of the most refreshingly understated worship singer/songwriters in the business. He is theologically sound in his lyrical expression in a way that conveys the warmth and richness of the gospel message. His use of the English language to convey these deep truths is simplicity itself. I highly urge you if you have never taken a look at Daniel’s repertoire to wisely invest the time to do so. The worship experience that inevitable will result will make your affections glow with gospel fervor.
For your listening pleasure, I include a link to the following song that he wrote to accompany the Treasuring Christ children’s Sunday School Curriculum
Daniel’s music can be found on itunes at the following address: http://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/daniel-renstrom/id272599021