Bilingual, multi-Platinum selling recording artist and actress Jaci Velasquez has released her new single "God Who Moves the Mountains." The song is taken from Velasquez's forthcoming Integrity Music album Trust (Confio). Produced by Leonard and Chris Bevins (Salvador, Phillips Craig & Dean), Trust (Confío) also marks the first time for Velasquez to simultaneously release an album in two languages.
This new single, "God Who Moves the Mountains," written by David Leonard (All Sons & Daughters), Dustin Smith and Richie Fike, was the spark that ignited the vertical, Godward songs of worship on Trust (Confío), Velasquez's first-ever worship album. Awakened in the middle of the night by her youngest son, Soren (born in 2009), who was having "bad dreams," Velasquez consoled him and decided to play this song, which she recently received from Integrity Music. What followed was a moving time of worship for mom and son that chased away the fear.
"We adults are worried about paying our bills, getting our car fixed, health, but being scared in bed alone is a mountain to a seven-year-old," shares Velasquez, who is a dedicated mom to two young boys. "Soren and I both were moved to worship, and our lives changed in that moment."
"I don't know a lot about worship as a music genre," continues Velasquez, "but I know how God can use music to move people. What we experience in church, in worship, we want to have that experience every day... at home, in the car. In the middle of the day, God uses it to meet us in the middle of our chaos, to move us closer to him, to remind us of who we are and who He is."