Generation God is bringing you original music that speaks to the mission — a sermon if you will — that helps inspire every generation to follow God’s word without the negative influences of the world. 


When I wrote the song I was realizing how lost and hopeless I feel without God in my life to help me make it throuth the world. I realized that there is no beginning and no end to the love I receive. God is everywhere and in everything. My walk through life is full of doubts and confusion. My moods are constantly changing. My perception is always challenged. The more I lean on my own understand, the more I realized I am not well equipped to make ultimate truths in life. Only God sees all, knows all, and understands us from the moment we enter this world — to the moment we leave this earth.

— Bry James

You are the same as always
You never change
Yesterday today and forever
Your love remains
And you are a constant perfection
You are a flame.

I am the storm in weather
I am the sun
I am a bitter cold desert
Intro you I will run
And I am constantly changing
And I feel like I’m falling

Save me
Save me
Carry me home
To you Lord
Why don’t you save me


In early 2020, Barna asked practicing Christians what sort of music they prefer. Multiple choices were allowed and included everything from liturgical to lively.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, some of the most notable differences are found among the different age groups. When compared to other generations, Elders are the most likely to choose hymns (66% vs. 45% Boomers, 32% Gen X, 19% Millennials) and a traditional style (62% vs. 51% Boomers, 39% Gen X, 38% Millennials) for worship services. On the other hand, after traditional worship, Millennials gravitate toward lively (30% vs. 21% Gen X, 23% Boomers, 15% Elders) and charismatic worship, (18% vs. 13% Gen X, 10% Boomers, 9% Elders), but also show greater openness than older adults toward a more contemplative form (17% vs. 8% Gen X, 9% Boomers, 8% Elders). Gen X and Boomers neither lead nor lag when it comes to worship preferences; typically, their responses bridge the gap between Millennials and Elders.