Some homegrown songs for you from soul.conference

We are so thankful to God for all he did amongst us at soul.conference this year! Wow! So many young people meeting with God for the first time and making commitments to follow Jesus. Thank you for joining us on the journey of experimenting with being 'in the round' and trying out some new sounds and songs!

In case you were wondering what songs we sang during soul.conference, we wanted to share with you a list of some of the newer songs we did so you could use them in your own groups: 

  • Alive - Hillsong Y&F
  • Guardian - Ben Cantelon, Nick Herbert, Stu Garrard
  • Home In This Heart - Deborah Stanley, Nikki Fletcher
  • The Lost Are Found - Ben Feilding, Sam Knock
  • Magnificent Kindness - Sam Bailey
  • Man of Sorrows - Matt Crocker, Brooke Ligertwood
  • Saviour of the World - Ben Cantelon
  • Sovereign Over Us - Aaron Keyes, Bryan Brown, Jack Mooring
  • Spirit Break Out - Luke Hellebronth, Myles Dhillon, Ben Bryant, Tim Hughes
  • You Are Faithful - Alice Connaghan
  • You Are The Rock - Deborah Stanley, Steve Peters
  • Wake - Hillsong Y&F

If you'd like the full list of songs we used, or need help pointing you in the direction of charts for anything we did at soul.conference get in touch with us.

Also, we'd love to share with you two homegrown songs that were written with you guys in mind!


Download our demo recordings from Bandcamp:

Home In This Heart
You Are Faithful

(to get them free, just enter $0 as the price)

 

Download the chord charts for these two songs too:

Home In This Heart
You Are Faithful
 

We look forward to sharing the story behind these two songs in the coming weeks. But for now, we hope you enjoy these demo recordings and have fun playing them on your own instruments.


Deb Stanley

Canberra, ACT, Australia

Deb started working with Soul Survivor in 2008 and now lives in Canberra, where she leads Soul Survivor ACT and also looks after the worship teams at soul.conference. Deb finished her degree in Aeronautical Engineering in 2011 and is studying at Morling College.