You Move Me
With a resume that reflects international television coverage including Oprah, Gospel Recording Artists Phil and Pam Morgan face the ultimate question, "What next?" Since returning to the ministry after Pam's miraculous recovery from paralysis after a car accident June 4, 2000, the couple's ministry has been noted for their incredible story. Yet their brand new CD, \'You Move Me,\' the Morgan's ninth in twelve years of gospel music, launches a new tour with a shift in focus. "Our passion has always been to display the reality of God in life today," Pam says. "My miracle story will always be part of who we are and where we've been, but the key word is part. When our last tour ended November of 2007, we knew it was time for something fresh, so we prayerfully sought God\'s direction.\' "Concert goers can no longer say they've been there, done that," Phil added. \'This project is for the church. Not people in a building with a denominational sign over the door, but a body of believers who gather for worship and scatter to live their faith in the world.\' The new CD features eleven songs, all written or co-written by Phil in conjunction with some of the top writers in Christian music today. The energetic sound exposes influences of black gospel, Celtic, delta swamp, classic R&B, and modern pop. Phil believes worship is not limited to what he experiences on Sunday morning. "It is how I strive to live every moment of my life," he said. "I like songs with a powerful, life-changing message that are musically interesting enough to encourage me both in and out of church. As a Christian songwriter and performer, my desire is to help others worship, both in the pew and on the street."