Showing posts from January, 2023

You donated $831 to Messiah's musicians in December (and donated over $25k total!)

Shalom fine Chavah listeners, As part of Messiah’s Music Fund , you generous people have donated $831 to Messiah’s musicians in December 2022. Thanks so much for your generous giving, fine Chavah folks! All the money goes to the Messianic artists on Chavah. Thank you for making this good work possible. ♥ Here are the exact figures: $486 in monthly donations - from 50 individuals who donate monthly to Messiah’s Music Fund - thank you! $145 in one-time donation from Donald & Bonnie B. $100 from Neil & Pam C. $100 from myself Since Messiah’s Music Fund began in August 2020, you fine listeners have donated $25,424 to Messiah’s musicians . Wow, we broke $25,000 donated total! What a grand work for the Lord you’re doing. Thank you for blessing Messiah’s musicians, fine Chavah fans. ♥ As a reminder, we distribute funds to the artists based on the number of times an artist’s songs are played on Chavah. Artists whose songs play more often on Chavah receive more financial su

New music: Ted Pearce - Ancient Gates

 Shalom dear Chavah listeners, Fresh new Messianic music on the station, contributed by our dear friend and longtime Messianic artist, Ted Pearce. ♥ Ted Pearce - Ancient Gates This is Ted's 11th (!) record/LP. His songs have become staples of the modern Messianic movement, played everywhere in our congregations and beloved by many. His music is some of the highest rated music on Chavah, so I know you fine folks love his works for the Lord. Ted gives some background on this new 7 song album: I can remember the joy I felt the first time I heard these songs. People were dancing and singing and enjoying each other. These seem like standards that every Jewish congregation would know, but I had never heard them before at age 29.  In 2021, I began studying to be an audio engineer and chose these songs for my “work project” to learn that skill. Then, during the “Long Tour 2022” across the western USA, I recorded a few friends along the way and added them to these recordings. By Octobe