Over the last few years God has given independent worship artist and worship pastor Shane Schauer a story worth telling. A story of healing, redemption, and fresh life that manifested itself through a journey of infertility and adopting their two sons through foster care. The songs from his latest Kickstarter funded EP It’s Not Over come from a very personal, raw and honest place, but were intended for the world wide church.

The first song on the EP is entitled Then Your Love and features BEC Recordings artists Tasha Layton on background vocals. The song rises and falls beautifully and is brilliantly written by Ethan Hulse, who also wrote the hit song Old Church Choir, and Keith Smith, who also produced the song. Then Your Love is a song about God’s love being present even in the most painful of situations and Shane Schauer’s strong and confident vocals soon puts you at ease. Tasha Layton’s soothing backing vocals join in to add an extra level of comfort throughout and help elevate the song to new heights. Then Your Love is a well done, polished song which is full of life and would be perfect for the likes of Air1 & K-Love.

The lyric video for Then Your Love can be watched above.

It’s Not Over was released back in May and is available to buy and stream now. Other notable names playing on the EP are James Duke, Jacob Arnold, Kevin Rooney, Mike Payne and Jason Richard.

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Iain Moss is the Managing Editor of JesusWired.com and a contributor. He’s been an enormous Christian music fan since a The Tribe concert in 2001 and is passionate about spending his life changing the Christian music stereotype. He has a punny sense of humor, is a sports lover and is a keen chess and go player. His favorite 10 bands are: Thousand Foot Krutch, Disciple, KJ-52, Skillet, Stellar Kart, Kutless, Manafest, Family Force 5, Seventh Day Slumber, and Ashes Remain. oh, and he's from the land of crumpets and tea, a.k.a the U.K.!

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