Kathryn Scott returns with her brand new worship Speak to Me. Recorded live at Causeway Coast Vineyard in Northern Ireland, the album presents 10 new songs. The album is produced by Martin Smith and features both Smith and his daughter Elle Limebear.
Scrott writes: "Speak to me is an album birthed in raw surrender. As you listen, may the same surrender stir in your heart. May you know the Father's voice. May you experience His profound presence as you meet Him at the altar. "
1. Speak to Me (feat. Martin Smith) [Live]
2. Leap of Faith (Live)
3. Leap of Faith (feat. Pete Greig) [Prayer] [Live]
4. First Love (feat. Martin Smith) [Live]
5. Jesus Only You (feat. Martin Smith) [Live]
6. What a Beautiful Name (Live)
7. Rain (Live)
8. Undivided (Live)
9. Chosen (feat. Elle Limebear) [Live]
10. Saved by Love (Live)
11. Saved by Love (feat. Alan Scott) [Prayer] [Live]
12. Rise Up (feat. Elle Limebear) [Live]
The eldest of four children, Kathryn Scott was born in 1974 into a wonderful Christian family, where music played a key role. Her father, Roy, was the sound engineer; and her mother, Mildred, the soloist for a well-known evangelist in the U.K. during the '80s.
After growing up in Northern Ireland, Kathryn went on to study theology at Elim Bible College in England, where she earned an honors degree in Theology and Christian Ministry, and met and married Alan.
In 1996, they moved to Glasgow (where Alan is from) and became assistant pastors in a Vineyard church there. Two years later they both sensed the call of God back to Ireland to plant the Causeway Coast Vineyard Church, which they still pastor to this day.
At the same time as they were planting the church, Kathryn had the privilege of being mentored by worship leader and songwriter Brian Doerksen. In 1999, she wrote the title track for Vineyard's ground-breaking album Hungry, and sang many of the songs on that recording. No one at the time realized just how much that particular album would catch the imagination of the church at large. And for Kathryn, it was the beginning of becoming a trusted worship leader and songwriter way beyond her shores.
Since then, she has worked with Paul Baloche, singing "Your Name" and "My Hope" on his live worship albums, co-writing "You Gave Your Life Away" and more recently, "This Is Love" from Paul's Christmas album. She has been featured on several albums with Brian Doerksen, and sang "True Intimacy" on the Rend Collective's Homemade Worship album in 2012.