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That They May All Be One

Matt Maher

Matt Maher, an internationally acclaimed Christian singer, song-writer, and eight-time Grammy Award nominee, shares the amazing story of his spiritual journey. He emphasizes the importance of forming relationships with others in order to be effective witnesses of the Gospel and help bring about the unity desired by Christ.

To find out more about Matt Maher or to purchase his music, visit www.mattmahermusic.com

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Matt Maher’s road to “on-fire” Catholicism is absolutely fascinating! My wife and I loved hearing how he evangelizes within the music industry. Doug and Nancy - Union City, TN
This fascinating story of Matt’s conversion makes it cores how critical it is for us to share God’s love with others. Jan - Lathrop, MO
I think this talk is crucial for people to hear and learn from, especially during this time in the United States when people are so divided.It reminds us that hearts do not change through arguments, but through encounter- through authentic relationships. It's a reminder to be merciful, because we have received mercy. Christa - MN
I loved how Matt Maher incorporated his music into his talk. Being a fan of his music, his common person way that the Holy Spirit influenced him was pretty powerful. After I listened to his talk, I actually listened to all of Saints and Sinners for the first time instead of just singles. It made his music more powerful as well. I've listened to probably 20 Lighthouse CD's and this has been my favorite. Can't wait to pass it around to fellow church members. Mikelle - Mexico, MO
This is my favorite talk that I have heard in over my over 3 years of listening since it is relatable to people and there is a hook for it. Not only can I give it to my Catholic friends and have them learn something, but I can give it to my non-Catholic friends, many of whom know Matt's music and it opens up the door for a conversation. And I can give it to the teens I work with and they will enjoy and listen to it. Christine - Omaha, NE
Great talk! Matt Maher is more than just a worship leader and musician - he is a true man of God who understands why Jesus came and why the Church He established and the faith that she has handed down over the ages is the fullness of Christ's teaching. Matt walks us through Scripture, especially John 17, to show how Jesus wants all of His children to worship Him as one - with one creed, one heart and mind, and in one church. Ryan - Annandale, VA
I had listen & sung several of Matt Maher's songs but never knew his background. This was interesting to me along with hearing his on fire message of evangelization to all. I plan to share this CD firts with my husband, then to my married children. Marilyn - Yankton, SD
I always learn something new. Georgina - El Paso, TX
GREAT TALK I don't usually sit still for 69 minutes for myself. I'm a mother to 2 boys ( 10, and 12) this was the best thing I've done for myself...and my family in a long time. Lisa - Tucson, AZ
REACHING OUT. WHAT AN IMPORTANT MESSAGE. I've loved listening to Maher's music for awhile. Even before my recent commitment to re-enter the Catholic faith. My best friend, who is a Protestant, is the reason why I realized I could have a personal relationship with Jesus. My shame kept my heart locked up, but God worked through her so that I could see that I needed to break out of my darkness. The relationships in our lives really are the most important way to bear witness to God's love for all of us. Gabriela - Hampton, GA
EXCELLENT It's so great listening to Matt Maher tell his story. He has done so much for the young Church, in particular, and here shares such a powerful testimony of the beauty of God touching our lives. I, too, hope all of Christianity can come together one day. Angelica
POSITIVE AND EMPOWERING I like his sense of humor and positive message. Paris - Navarre , FL
ACCEPTANCE This talk has helped me to realize that not only am I supposed to not be of the world (holy), but also in the world so that others will know we are Christians by our love! Brandon - Linclon, IL