"Afraid to Live" by Aaron Wardle!

September 14, 2012

Aaron Wardle's new EP, called "Afraid to Live," has been released and is now available to download on iTunes. He has written a letter to the Healing Care community about it, which we have included below. We encourage you to read the letter and check out the new CD!


Dear Friends,

It has been my privilege over the last few years to lead worship at Healing Care seminars and conferences with all of you. I am so grateful for the community of believers scattered throughout the world and the opportunities we have had to worship together. The times we have shared have been integral in shaping my theology and themes as an artist, and this week I have the privilege to release my newest project. The album is a four-song EP called “Afraid to Live” – a collection created during my journey through a season of the collision of my fears and dreams.

The album released on September 14th on iTunes. To access the album, simply open iTunes and search for my name, Aaron Wardle. The album should pop up after the search and will be available to download for $3.98. In addition, we would love it if you would be willing to leave a review by scrolling down to the “Customer Reviews” section and clicking “Write a Review.”

I am not in the business of promoting myself – and truthfully if it was up to me, I would give everyone a free copy. I am asking for your support and for you to share in this project because I believe in the cause of the group with whom I recorded. I recorded the album with a great group of friends called the Rooster Party, an amazing non-profit here in Redding created to help fund and promote creatives and projects that are bringing hope to the world. To learn more about the Rooster Party, you can visit their website here: www.theroosterparty.org or watch their video here: https://vimeo.com/46985714.

My prayer is that the Lord would meet you in the music and our cause. Thank you in advance for your support and the part that you played in this journey.

Grace & Peace,

Aaron Wardle

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