Psalter Project is a resource intended to encourage and enable psalm singing. We see music as an irreplaceable means to “let the word of Christ dwell in you richly” (Col 3:16). Our goal is to write, publish, and promote fresh arrangements for these eternally relevant lyrics.
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THE PEOPLE BEHIND
Psalter Project is the work of many talented artists working collectively to encourage psalm singing in the 21st century.
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Jeremy Casella is a Nashville-based performing-songwriter who writes music that guides people towards a deeper relationship with God. Drawing from scripture and his own life experience, Jeremy has toured throughout the United States & Europe for over 15 years, sharing his songs and stories in churches, colleges and anywhere else people are gathered.
His latest album is Death In Reverse.
Derek Moore began serving as a pastor at Laramie Reformed Presbyterian Church in June 2015. He and his wife Clara have been married since 2013, and they are parents to two toddlers, Caleb and Paul. Derek also serves as a Chaplain in the Wyoming Army National Guard. The Moores are excited about the prospect of serving God and raising their family in Laramie.
Emily Moore grew up as the itinerant daughter of an army chaplain. In 2012 while studying music at the University of Oklahoma, an undiagnosed illness redirected her life. Three years later, she and her brother Derek launched Psalter Project with the release of their debut album Highways in our Hearts. Since then Emily has continued to direct and develop the vision for Psalter Project. She now lives in Colorado Springs with her dog Molly and enjoys game nights, laughter, and baking apple pie.
Jacob Tilton is originally from Louisiana but has lived in Fort Worth, TX since 2006. He is the music director at Fort Worth Presbyterian Church where he has produced several albums of hymns and instrumental music. He and his wife of 20 years have 3 children. They enjoy the Texas Rangers as well as meat that has been smoked for long periods of time at low temperatures.
Dr. Dave Yauk is first a foremost a follower of Jesus. Dave has been privileged to do ministry in over 17 countries, and his writing has been published in Transpositions, Logos Press, the YouVersion Bible App, and in 4 published works for adults and children. He is a Professor of Theology, Spiritual Formation, and Bible at Grand Canyon, and Professor of Worship, Missiology, and Songwriting at Visible Music College. Dave owns the Garden City Project —an online collaborative P&P hub for Christian artists and innovators).
James C. Zeller grew up in the Sangre de Cristo mountains near Westcliffe, CO alongside his twelve siblings. Following his homeschool education, he went on to pursue an M. Div. at Sangre de Cristo Seminary and a B. A. in English from College of the Ozarks. He is currently residing in the Dallas-Fort Worth, TX area, working on an M. A. in English at the University of Dallas with hopes of becoming a Professor of Literature. James enjoys hiking, singing, playing guitar, performing in musicals, drinking coffee, reading British Literature and theology, playing games with friends, and being in fellowship with his church family at Colleyville PCA.
Jim Dineen has been recording/mixing music since 1984. He has won a Grammy for Third Day’s “Come Together” album and two Dove awards. He splits his time recording music in the studios of Nashville and beyond with editing, mixing, and mastering at his home studio, Seamus Sounds.
Patrick Bourckel (album art and web design) studied Music Education at Wheaton Conservatory in Illinois, and also earned a Master of Arts degree in religion, with a concentration in worship and liturgy, at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary. He now lives in the Los Angeles area, where he is director of worship at St. Luke's Anglican Church, with his wife Jen and two children. Patrick loves to serve the church through graphic design.
Check out his portfolio here, and contact him via e-mail: email@example.com
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