Imagine With Jason ClarkEpisode One / Anthony Skinner
Imagine with Jason Clark: Episode One / Anthony Skinner
The Skinner’s have been great friends to the Clark’s for many years. I discovered Anthony’s music on my first trip to Bethel Church in Redding CA 11 years ago. He quickly became one of my favorites.
I remember the first time he and the whole Skinner family visited us. It happened after he reached out to me through Twitter of all things. We were blessed to host his family and we’ve grown to become good friends. Many years ago I wrote about that first visit in a blog.
Anthony is also a hero. He lives loved, confident in our Fathers affection. He is an artist sure in his Fathers pleasure and therefore he lives sure. Anthony is a hero to many, encouraging, empowering and imparting insight and grace.
He came to visit us recently. He taught and played at our home church, Newsong. He stayed with us, we told stories, laughed, and of course, drank coffee. On one such occasion, I turned on some cameras…
Imagine with Jason Clark – Episode One // Anthony Skinner
Imagine with Jason Clark is an interview-based web series. The guiding purpose is to reveal the always-good transforming love of God.
Anthony is a Singer, Songwriter, Artist, Worship Leader, and Producer, who has received awards by Billboard and SESAC, and has a gold certified #1 radio hit for the song “Your Love Never Fails”. He is a top 25 CCLI songwriter, and a composer on CeCe Winans’ Grammy Award winning album “Thy Kingdom Come”.
For more information on Anthony you can go to www.anthonyskinner.com
Thanks to Seth Snider for the use of his song My Angel in the title sequence! My Angel is from Seth’s forthcoming album Pitch Black Pines
Jason Clark is a writer, speaker and lead communicator at A Family Story ministries. His mission is to encourage sons and daughters to grow sure in the love of an always-good heavenly Father. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children.
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