Kevin Twit, RUF Pastor at Belmont University and founder of the group Indelible Grace, has just announced plans to make their first recording in three years.

From their press release:

Indelible Grace is making a new CD this summer!  We are going into the studio this summer to make “Indelible Grace VI”, a new collection of old hymn texts set to new music.  This will be our first studio project since 2009 and we can’t wait to share these new hymns with the church.  We are using kickstarter to help cover some of the costs for the new project (which will have a total budget of over $20,000.)  All of our backers will receive exclusive video updates from the studio and sneak peeks as we work on the project.  AND, as a special incentive for our supporters, once our project reaches the “fully-funded” level ($12,000) we will make our live album (“The Hymn Sing: Live In Nashville”) available for free download for one week.  We are so excited about the music for this new project!  So please take a look at the rewards, spread the word, and become a backer.

Indelible Grace’s influence within the PCA and outside the PCA has meant that while more people might recognize the name Tim Keller, Kevin and his students are touching the lives of more Christians than anyone else in the PCA. To help support the project they are starting a kickstarter campaign. Currently they have raised 7700 of their 12000 goal.