Sara Groves – Floodplain


Sara Groves
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Singer-Songwriter Sara Groves returns after a long hiatus with a new, deeply personal album titled “Floodplain.” Now a veteran artist, Groves has grown in her own faith and her life experiences have given here a unique perspective that she now writes about.

I love how Sarah was quoted as saying, “If I avoid the cup, I also miss joy and provision. If I drink it down, I will ‘taste and see that the Lord is good.” It’s a healthy perspective on the challenges of life and how we can lean into God for support and encouragement. The song, “Enough,” exquisitely reflects on these “patches of joy and stretches of sorrow.” The title track likewise has a tender sentiment as she focuses on others with a caring heart. It likely flows from and with her desire to be the hands of Jesus with the International Justice Mission.

“Floodplain” is an introspective look at the world around her and what her part it is in it all. These are words we can grow by as well and I am confident that she’s spoken to many already.

Check out the official Sara Groves website for more on “Floodplain” and Sarah herself.

– Ken W.

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