We Are Messengers was in a horrific bus crash this morning, Sunday, March 26, 2017, that resulted in their vehicle being engulfed in flames and completely destroyed. There is an urgent need to replace a large amount of personal equipment for We Are Messengers to continue their work.
"We were involved in a horrific accident last night. We are all shook up but unharmed. God is with us," We Are Messengers' Darren Mulligan shared. "I am overwhelmed by the love, support, and prayers that have been poured out over us since this morning. Thank you all so much. The Lord gives and He takes away, but blessed be His name. Always. When we head back out, we'll be heading out in full force to attack the gates of Hell. The enemy meant this for evil, but God will use it for His glory," band member Caleb Clingan posted.
Fans can help the band by offering a monetary gift via their YouCaring account. If you'd like to donate, visit the campaign page by clicking here, and even if you aren't able to financially support them at this time, you can find the band on Facebook here to send them your encouragement and prayers.
We Are Messengers is a family, band and ministry from Ireland now based in the United States. At the heart of their vision is the desire to serve God and to see His radical love transform lives and communities. They have been given an incredible opportunity to share the goodness of Jesus Christ through music and the testimony of their lives.
The desire of We Are Messengers is to communicate the incredible news of the Gospel in a simple, relevant and life-changing manner, and they pray that God will use their abilities to have a conversation with a generation that is desperately searching for truth and love. We Are Messengers' debut radio single, "Everything Comes Alive," was added at 52 stations during its first week at radio, with the total number of 82 stations at the end of month one. The song reached the Top 15 at five different radio charts in its first month, including NCA and AC-Monitored. "Everything Comes Alive" is Word Entertainment's fastest-growing radio single since Francesca Battistelli's GRAMMY®-Award winning No. 1 song "Holy Spirit."
The album's last song, "I Don't Have The Answers" was featured in an episode of MTV's "Finding Carter."