CCM legend Michael English returns after a long break with a powerful and moving album.
It's an album of songs mapping out English's road to redemption after his nineties fall from grace with songs that will appeal to fans of Michael Bolton and Brian Littrell.
Michael English was an award winning Christian singer at the top of the charts in the early nineties until a spectacular fall from grace. He has been through a lot in the last few years, battling with addictions, depression. Having experienced a truly 'prodigal son' experience and found himself reunited with the God and the faith that had at one point seemed so distant, he returns here with what may be the best album of his career to date.
Blessed with one of the finest voices in the business, it's taken years for him to get his life together but through this album, he shares the spiritual lessons learnt and returns with a powerful testimony of God's grace. Songs like Don't Think I'm Not Thankful, Sanctuary and a cover of John Hiatt's Have A Little Faith In Me perfectly express his experiences. The moving Country tinged The Prodigal Son sums it all up with a powerful message of redemption and throughout English demonstrates why his voice has always won plaudits.
This is a powerful record with great songs sung by one of the true greats.