Guitar / piano based Christian Rock.
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Peak position #63
Song based on a Celtic prayer called 'Expressions of Faith' about trusting God for the future based on his faithfulness in the past
Peak position #74
A light-hearted blues rock track with a serious message - the gospel must not be ditched if you want to save souls. Composed & sung by Ali McLachlan, instruments & mixing by Mark Heath
Peak in sub-genre #10
Based on the message of John the Baptist, who pointed attention away from himself and onto Jesus.
Peak in sub-genre #18
Upbeat praise song written by Mark Cox, performed and recorded by Mark Heath
Peak in sub-genre #42
A hymn written by Ali McLachlan about the awesome love of God, recorded and performed by me.
Peak in sub-genre #61
Praise and worship song based on Psalm 8. Song written by Katrina Peacham. Vocals and all instruments by me.
Peak in sub-genre #20
Contemporary tune to a Christian hymn on the subject of prayer. Lyrics by Martin Leckebusch, vocals and all instruments by me.
Peak in sub-genre #34
This song beautifully captures the twin themes of opposition and joy running through the life of Paul. Written and sung by Ali McLachlan, all instruments by me.
Peak in sub-genre #75
A blues rock song considering the words of Jesus in John 12:24 and how the Paul applied them in his own life. Written and sung by Ali McLachlan, all instruments by me.
Peak in sub-genre #46
Another forceful blues rock song based on Paul's conversion experience where he was blinded by the light of God's glory. Song written and sung by Ali McLachlan, all instruments by me.
This slow ballad describes Paul's farewell to the Ephesian elders in Acts 20. Although it is an emotional time, Paul knows that he is doing the will of God and will not be disuaded despite the prospect of times of opposition.
The lyrics of this song were actually written by Ali's brother. Ali has updated it with a funk blues tune. The song talks of a desire to have a close relationship with Jesus.
Peak in sub-genre #15
This song describes Paul's desire to be in heaven with the Lord, yet his commitment to serving God while he is here on earth.
Peak in sub-genre #90
This thoughtful balad considers Paul's total desire to live his life for the glory of God, his concern to do the will of God and his willingess to take whatever suffering that may bring.
This song asks the question, "Who are we to question God?". It is addressed to a skeptic who doesn't believe God exists. Much of this song is taken from what God said to Job in Job chapters 38-40.