Making Connections

Sometimes it’s just about showing up

A Note From Temple:
Greetings friends and family back home in the good ol US of A. We are still finding our footing here in Southall. I’ve had to abandon my efforts to get the house in order so that I could focus on getting my kids music classes up and running. So we are still cleaning around the piles and constantly trying to remember where we left something.

I’ve been running around like the proverbial headless chicken focused on the next step in front of¬†me and missing the forest for the trees. How do you like that mixed, cliched metaphor? ūüėČ But truly I’ve not been really thinking about such lofty things as kingdom work lately. Turns out I don’t really have to think about it that much.

temple_walkingWe wound up putting the kids into school earlier than anticipated and figuring out after registering that we’ve put them in a school that is close by as the crow flies but as buses trudge not so much. So I’ve been spending quite a bit of time waiting at bus stops and walking my tail off.

I first noticed “R” at the bus stop near the school walking her son in and pushing a stroller with a cute little 12-18 mo baby in it. I noticed that she had pinned the baby’s hood at the top of her head to make it smaller and keep it from slipping off. Not the most flattering way to adapt the hood but still cute in a gnomelike way. So I thought ok, she’s a fairly practical sort. I also noticed that she wears a bindi every day and the bit of henna smear in her hair part. So she’s probably hindu.

We sat near each other at the bus stop several times and finally made eye contact and smiled on the day that I had to take her bus over to the church for Mum and Toddler group so I thought “Hey maybe she would like to bring her baby to the group!” So I invited her and quickly realized that we were going to have trouble communicating because her accent is very thick and my American ears are very unaccustomed to such cadences. But she understood and said that she couldn’t today but maybe another day.


A couple of weeks later I was in the middle of trying to promote my kids music classes and so I gave her a card for a free class and hoped she might join us for a demo. She seemed interested but I had no idea if she would really want to come or not. Or if she would be able to afford the classes if they liked them.

The next week we saw them at the bus stop after school when we were on our way to Kids Club at NLMG and invited them to come with us so her son could enjoy the club too. She was again interested but not able to make it that day.

But then the next week she asked me about it and made plans to come next time. Thankfully we made it to the bus stop in great timing to hook up with them and ride to the church together.

Her son “S” really enjoyed the club and “R” met one of our church members that not only speaks her native tongue but is from her home town! I was really struck by how beautifully providential that meeting was.

So after the kids played football or legos and did crafts and ate a snack they came into the sanctuary to listen to a Bible study on Jonah and then practice a memory verse. So here is “S” sitting with a group of christian kids and a few sikhs and¬†hindus and learning a Bible verse. Probably his first time to hear the scripture.

She is coming to my class next week and seems excited about it. ¬†And we’ve been talking a lot more although the language barrier makes me stumble around a bit and her too. I have learned quite a bit about her and I’m struck by how resilient she is. Maybe that’s an immigrant thing born of necessity? Or maybe it’s just her. But she has been through a lot. She told me that the reason she can’t come to my Monday class is because they take an offering to the Temple of Shiva on Mondays.

I am praying that one day she can come to my Monday class.
God is at work here building His kingdom and generously using the likes of me. All I gotta do is show up.


Worship With The Nations

Serving with the NLMG Worship Team

One of the principle ways that we serve the church in Southall is by working with the New Life Masih Ghar worship team. Each Sunday Temple and I rehearse and perform with a group of folks from India, Pakistan and the US, bringing Asian and English worship tunes to the congregation. Recently we have been asked to actually lead the team, choosing the songs and directing the rehearsal.

This part of our service here is very special to us. It allows us to bring our gifts of music to NLMG. It also allows us a brief glimpse into a vision of Revelation, in which all the people-groups of the world worship together. Sharing in multi-cultural worship with a group of believers from around the world is very powerful and moving for us.

Take a minute and enjoy this video clip of the NLMG worship team in action from a recent Sunday service.


Music Tots & Mount Avenue Recording

We would very much appreciate your prayers as two of our business/ministry initiatives get started here in Southall. First, Temple will be starting her first MusicTots class next week. These pre-school music classes allow Temple to serve the community, using her experience and the curriculum from The Music Class. This is the program that Temple worked with in the States. We are very excited to see this program beginning here in Southall.






Thanks to the help of sound engineer and good friend, Randy Gardner, who generously gave a week of his time to serve with us here in London recently, we are now able to record music at the Mount Ave. Recording Studio. This is a facility owned by NLMG that will be used for recording and producing a Hind and Urdu-spoken worship project in the near future. We still have some finishing touches to add, but the facility is very close to fully functional. This is a very exciting opportunity for us to make and distribute music and we are thrilled to see what God does with this.










Prayer Requests

This is a very tough season for us right now. We are all struggling with different issues and your prayers would mean the world to us. Here are several specific things that we would ask you to pray for:

1. Aja is battling insomnia. Not sure what’s up but we are guessing it is stress related. This is causing much stress for us and we aren’t exactly sure what to do about it.

2. Please pray for provision. We are struggling getting money flowing here. Business startup is taking longer than planned, due to unforeseen difficulty. We have to get this moving soon or we can’t stay.

3. Pray for Temple and I as parents. We are struggling with guilt over all that this situation is doing to our kids. We are feeling out of our depth with the kids right now. We need wisdom and peace to work through this.

4. Pray for more support from home, financially and emotionally. We have had some slim months on the support front and need to add some more supporters from the States. We are also missing folks from home a lot. It really means a lot when folks reach out to us.

5. Pray that we can truly trust and depend on God. We are trying to do too much ourselves, when we really need to believe and act out what we preach about reliance on God, leaving the outcomes to Him. This is very important for us to begin to live out daily.


Thank you for your continued support of family and our ministry in Southall.



Service In Southall

Service In Southall

Glimpses of a typical week here in London

Hello everyone!
We are now almost two months into our time here in Southall. It has been one of the hardest, yet most blessed times we have ever spent as a family. We are still adjusting to life here in many ways. The kids have started school and our house is finally coming together into a real living space. This has taken longer than we had planned so our music school is slow to get the wheels up. We are working hard now to make that a reality.

We wanted to share with you what a typical week of service looks like here in London. Obviously, every week brings it’s own difficulties and opportunities, but this glimpse into our lives here while serving with the team at New Life Masih Ghar should help to paint a picture of some the great things that we are a part of and that the church is doing in this amazing, multi-cultural community.

This is our busiest day, of course. We arrive at the church around 2 pm to set up the instruments and PA system. We then rehearse until 4, when Sunday School starts. The service starts at 5 pm and usually features several Western worship songs and several Asian worship songs. Temple and I recently led worship and directed the team, which was an exiting opportunity for us. I have been playing drums mostly, but switch to bass or guitar as needed. The service is followed by a fellowship dinner which is open to the community and features some amazing home-cooked Indian food. Our family usually makes it home around 8:30 or 9 pm, tired and  blessed by the busy day and the connection to our church family here.

Monday mornings the team meets at the Mount Ave. studio for it’s weekly team meeting. We debrief on the Sunday service, including going over a list of visitors to reach o
ut to, as well as prayer requests that need to be addressed. This time of prayer and connection is followed by lunch and a “Book Table” set-up, either in Southall or Hounslow. Volunteers hand out tracts about Jesus and talk with interested people about our Christian faith and our beliefs. Many connections have been made through this outreach in the community.
Tuesday morning features the NLMG Mom & Toddler Group, which Temple has been serving with. This group is attended by local Moms & their kids and gives them a chance to get out of the house and enjoy a time of fun and fellowship. This group is often attended by ladies of Hindu, Sikh & Muslim backgrounds and allows the NLMG team to serve them and their children through fun activities, fellowship and music.

On Tuesday afternoon we take the kids and serve with the Heston Kid’s Club at the church. This after-school activity is for the younger, school-aged kids and features fun activities, such as football, crafts, Legos as well as a Bible lesson. This outreach activity has brought in many kids from different backgrounds and religions. Recently one of the kids attending the group was given his first Bible to take home.

WEDNESDAY & THURSDAYaja_koa_school

Although we don’t serve directly on these days, they are still busy days for us. A typical morning during the week means getting up to catch the bus by 8 a.m. to get Aria, Aja and Koa to school. Aria’s commute is 5 minutes by bus, and we sometimes walk it down. Aja & Koa’s school is further away and that means a 15 minute bus ride and a ten-minute walk, including crossing over one of the busier motorways in the area. That trip is repeated every day at 3 pm to get the kids back home. The kids are settling in at their schools, but your prayers are appreciated for all three of them, as this transition has been pretty huge for them. Their schools are very large and mostly Asian. They are the only American kids in their schools, and very much a minority as Christians, being surrounded by mostly Hindus, Muslims and Sikhs.

On Friday evening Aria and I attend and serve with the Heston Youth Club. This group is for teenagers and features fun stuff like group activities, pool and table tennis, popcorn, Wii games and a Bible lesson. This outreach activity usually includes 15-20 kids and gives the teenagers a fun thing to do on a Friday night at the church.They are exceptional kids from the community and we are looking into the possibility of starting a music group with some of the folks. This is just another special way in which NLMG is sharing the light of Christ in a tangible way in a community that very much needs to see it.

Hopefully, you now have a better look at what our life is like here in Southall. We are busy most days, either serving with the church or emptying boxes and trying to organize our lives here. There have definitely been struggles and more than a few tears, but the Lord has blessed us in many ways and shown up for us more times than we care to count.

We want to thank all of you for supporting us and allowing us to serve in this wonderful, diverse community!

– Please pray for our kids and their adjustments into the schools here. This has been difficult on many levels. Especially for Koa, as he has been home-schooled up to this point. Pray for peace for them in the transition and that they would make some good, close friends soon.

– Please pray for our efforts to start our music school here and generate some income. This is a vital component to our staying here on the ground and it is taking longer than we had originally planned. Please pray that the details come together and that we can start classes soon.

– Please pray for peace for our whole family. This time has been very stressful for all of us in different ways. Pray that God will grant us rest as needed and peace for our family through the adjustments.

– Please pray for the good work being done at New Life Masih Ghar to continue and grow. The church is a beacon of the Light of Christ in a very dark place. Pray that the light will reach people and pull them toward a relationship with Jesus.

PRAISE: A word of praise and thanks for the prayers for Temple. Her jaw problems have almost fully healed and she is able to sleep much better lately. This is a huge thing for us, as it was very painful and distracting for Temple several weeks. God is Good!



A Month on the Field

A Month on the Field

Nobody said it would be easy…

Our family has now been in Southall for a month. This first month has been a lot of things: exciting, rewarding, terrifying, frustrating, affirming and exhausting.

“It was the best of times,¬†it was the worst of times…” – Charles Dickens

We all arrived safely the first week of March, including Dolly, our Yorkie. We arrived in Southall to an empty house. The shipping container with our stuff in it would not arrive until three weeks later. So we made do with some air mattresses, yoga mats, a borrowed dining room table and some kitchen goods from the church-run Asha Charity Shops. Basically, camping out in Southall.


Our house is in a great location, within walking distance to several bus stops and a large Tesco store, which is like a Kroger or Target in the States. Our neighborhood is mostly Asian folks and is home to a Sikh Gurdwaras and a Muslim Mosque, both very near our house. The Southall team here has been truly amazing in helping us get acclimated to our new surroundings. We have become close to a very nice Indian family from the church who have been a real blessing to our family. They have helped show us the ropes in many important ways and saved us a ton of money in pointing out the best places to shop in the community for things that we have needed.

We have tried to jump in to serving on the team in several ways. During a normal week, we are serving on Tuesdays with the Mom & Toddler Group and the Kids Group in the afternoon. On Friday nights we serve with the Heston Youth Club, which is a cool group of teenagers from around the community that meet at the church for fun, games and Bible study. On Sundays we serve on the New Life Masih Ghar worship team, which has been a real blast. The worship sets usually contain Western worship tunes as well as Asian worship songs. This is a great opportunity for us to push our musical boundaries.

house_clutterLast weekend our shipping container arrived which was a huge blessing. Our amazing friends on the NLMG team showed up to help us unload it all. The house is now full of boxes as we try to put everything in order in a smaller space than we left in Franklin. It is a work in progress for sure. Prayers appreciated…

We have had some really good times here so far, including great fellowship, amazing food and a trip to the WB Harry Potter Studio Tour with the kids. But this has also been the hardest month of our lives. The sadness of leaving, combined with the “country shock” of trying to adapt into this new UK environment have taken our stress levels to surprising levels. (Having to take a bus everywhere we want to go is a unique and unusual challenge!) We knew this would not be easy, but we are really seeing now how hard it is to move your family to another country and culture. We are affirmed in our call to serve here daily in many ways, but we also struggle daily on many fronts.

We are blessed to be here, no doubt. The Lord is with us and showing up in powerful ways in our lives. We are here because of the shared vision and generosity of many people and we very much appreciate your support. Please keep our family in your prayers as we adjust to new surroundings and work in this amazing, vibrant and many-cultured community.



– Please pray for peace for our family. This is a hard time for everyone and we need the supernatural touch of the Lord to bring us peace during this time.

– Please pray for discernment as we try to integrate into the Southall community. We have some important choices and decisions ahead of us concerning the kids’ school, our house, our jobs and our lives here in the UK. Pray that the Lord will lead us into the best choices along the path.

– Please pray for Temple’s health right now. She has been grinding her teeth a lot at night because of all the stress and it is causing great discomfort in her mouth and jaw. We have been to a dentist already, but they weren’t really able to help. She now has a mouth guard which we hope will help. This is really painful and really tough for her on top of everything else that we have to deal with.

– Please pray for our kids as they move into their schools in the next couple of weeks. We decided to go ahead and enroll them in local schools rather than home school. This was not an easy decision but we feel it will be good for them. They are a little scared, as we are, about this new world of UK schools. Pray for understanding teachers and good kids to come around them.

– Please pray for our music efforts, both in the school startup and our professional ventures. We really need to start generating some income on the ground here, but that is a slow process which is being help up by our effort to set up our home and family. Pray that doors will open up and opportunities will become available for work for Temple and I.

– Please pray for New Life Masih Ghar and the work that they are doing in this community. It is important work in this area of so many Muslims, Hindus and Sikhs. They are trying to shine the light of Jesus love in a dark place. Pray that we may add something to this team that will help the great things they are doing.




Deployment Day!

It has been a long three years. It has been an insane month.
But, at last, the time has come to pack our bags, say our goodbyes to friends and family and get on the plane this afternoon to take the family to London.The emotional roller coaster ride really kicked in after our hugely succesful “Dollywood to Bollywood” concert at CCC in January. We raised over $6000 and had a wonderful time with almost 200 of our friends. We were joined in music by two of our heroes, Andrew Peterson and Gordon Kennedy, who shared some of their songs. The night was capped off by an appearance by Jonathan Cain of Journey, who joined us onstage to play “Don’t Stop Believin'”. A truly amazing night for all of us!

Temple then traveled to London for a week and found us a flat in Southall where will be living. Her time there was very blessed as things came together providentially to line up all of the details on our new digs.

We then had to compress our life down to a 20-ft. shipping container. With the help of an amazing group of friends and church family, we cleaned out our apartment at the end of January, throwing away everything that wasn’t nailed down and packing up the¬†rest for the shipment to London.

We cannot put into words what a blessing the folks were who helped us through this gargantuan task.

We then began a month of crazy nomadic living, spending our time in East TN with our family. Much of the craziness revolved around our quest for UK visas for our family. It involved biometric scanning in Atlanta by Homeland Security, a mad rush to Nashville for birth and marriage certificates and much gnashing of teeth as we waited to find out if we were approved by the UK embassy in NY.

The visas arrived yesterday, just over 24 hours before our scheduled flight to the UK!

We have grieved, celebrated, worried and praised God through all of this. We have seen Him working in the details and on our hearts. We have seen His plan in motion and are blessed to be a part of it.

And today we begin the next chapter of the story.

Thanks to the generosity and support of literally hundreds of people around us, we are now able to take a huge step in faith and get on the plane for London. We covet your prayers at this key juncture, not only for us but for our family as well. This move is not easy, is not taken lightly and is affecting many people beyond our immediate family.

We will send out updates to this list and via Facebook as soon as we can from London. There will be much to do once we hit the ground, but staying connected will be an important priority.

Thank you all from the bottoms of our hearts. It has finally come: Deployment Day!

We need your support now more than ever!As we head to the mission field, we need financial partners more than we ever have before. Regular monthly partnerships will help us live on the field and to ensure the longevity of our ministry in the UK.

Please consider a tax-deductible donation to the ministry, paid through our sending agency, SERGE.


Thanks for your continued support of our family and our call to serve the South Asian community in Southall.


Prayer Requests For The New Year


As our departure from Franklin rapidly approaches, we have much to pray for.
It is an exciting, yet scary time for our family. Much is still in flux. Please keep all of our family in mind as you pray.

Our plan is to move out of our Franklin apartment at the end of January. We will be selling a large amount of our things before packing the remainder into a shipping container to send ahead of us to London. After vacating our premises, we will spend two weeks in Knoxville with our family before traveling to Toronto on February 16th for two weeks of missionary training.

We will return to Nashville for a couple of days after that to pick up the rest of our stuff and our dog, Dolly. Then we fly to London the first week of March to begin settling in to Southall.


There are still a lot of things that we don’t know about our situation in London. Temple will be traveling by herself to London in January to find us a place to live. This is a huge prayer request for us, as there are many dynamics involved in finding a flat. We need something economical, yet big enough for our family of five. We also need to find a landlord who will let us do a month-by-month lease and who is OK with us having a Yorkie in the house. Temple will also be laying the groundwork for her pre-school music class at that time, including scoping out locations for the class and beginning to market and advertise the classes.

We still have details to work out about shipping our stuff and which stuff we can keep and what we will need to replace on the ground in London. There is much that still remains to be seen in this process and there is certainly stress with all of it. Please pray for discernment in the many decisions we will be making over the next few weeks.


We are in the midst of a major life change and it is affecting each member of our family in different ways. We have pulled the kids out of school and will begin home-schooling in two weeks. Please pray for all of us in that change. We are leaving a place that we have lived for the past five years and that fits us nicely, to move to a completely new environment that may not be quite as cozy. We are having to give up a lot of our material possessions and comforts to be able to make this jump to London, where things will be tight financially and pared down in many ways. These changes are hard on each of us and we covet prayers of peace and discernment as we work through it all.


Along with these transitions comes much grieving and loss. Our kids are leaving friends that they love and schools that they were embedded in behind us. That is painful for each of them, but especially for Aria, our 14-year-old daughter. Please pray for peace for her specifically as she has much to lose in leaving Franklin. We are leaving a church family that we love, that includes many friends and groups that we are connected to. We are also leaving a large group of friends in TN that Temple and I value very much.

Finally, please pray for the grieving around our larger family. Leaving parents behind for what could be a five-year term is very painful for Temple and I. And for our parents as well. It is all made harder by the fact that we have chosen to make this move, so there is a certain amount of guilt and remorse as we watch those around us grieve and hurt in this process. We are faithful that God is IN this process and that He will give us what we need to make it, but we covet your prayers of peace and understanding, not only for us, but for the people around us who are affected by this move.


This continues to be a major prayer request for us. We seriously need more regular monthly supporters to partner with us to make this whole thing more viable in the long term. We have lost some support along the way, but we have also gained new partners as we prepare to leave. The more recurring monthly support that we can lock down before leaving, the less pressure will be on us to make up the difference on the ground in London. This recurring support will be paying for our time of working on the staff at THREE different church plants in London, both as worship leaders and communication specialists.

Click here to partner with our family

We are also currently seeking start-up capital investment for the music school in Southall. There are considerable expenses involved in starting up a venture like this and we are prayerfully seeking partners interested in helping get this Kingdom business off the ground. We believe in the vision for a contemporary music school based in and around the existing church plants in Southall as a viable business opportunity as well as an organic and powerful outreach into the community. Please pray that we can find like-minded investors who would help us get this vision off the ground.


On Tuesday, January 13, we will be hosting a final fund-raising event at CCC, with an Indian dinner at 6 pm, followed by a concert at 7 pm. There will also be a silent auction going on during the event. Admission will be free, but there will be a love offering taken, with all proceeds going towards our mission fund. There is much to do to prepare for this event and your prayers are greatly appreciated. We have food to prepare, musicians and music to line up, silent auction items to secure and a million other details to lock down. Any help in this is greatly appreciated and welcomed. Please contact us through the form at the top of this page if you would like to lend a hand..

We are hopeful that this event would not only give us a final push for our mission fund, but also be a special night to celebrate with our friends and family before leaving on this journey. Everyone is welcome and we hope TONS of people show up!

While we are scared about many things, we also continue to see affirmations of God’s calling for our family and we are moving ahead faithful in God’s active presence in our lives and in the process.

Thank you all for your continued support of our efforts to serve the Kingdom in Southall.
Blessings from the Cundall Family!
Brent, Temple, Aria, Aja & Koa

Dollywood to Bollywood 2015 – Dinner, Concert & Silent Auction

Dollywood To Bollywood 2015
Tuesday, January 13th, 2015
Christ Community Church
1215 Hillsboro Rd. Franklin TN

Dinner – 6:00 p.m.
Concert – 7:00 p.m.

Join us for an evening of Indian food and live music as we host one final big event before heading to Toronto to train in late February, then on to London to serve the first of March.

Dinner is at 6:00 pm and will include some amazing Indian cuisine. Concert starts at 7:00 and will feature Temple & Brent and some VERY special surprise musical guests.

Admission is FREE and there will be a love offering taken during the show, with all proceeds going to the our missionary support fund. There will also be a silent auction with some awesome goodies to pick up while supporting our efforts to serve in Sothall, London.

This looks to be a very special night for our family and we hope that you will join us. It will be one last chance to support the family and to celebrate with us this new chapter unfolding in our lives. Everyone is welcome, all ages, to this fun family-friendly night of music and food.

Hosted by the World Music Mission and Christ Community Church in Franklin.



Chet Baker’s Unsung Swan Song

Here is Temple’s take on a great David Wilcox song based around the life and death of jazz legend and heroin addict Chet Baker. This is from her 1999 record “Patchwork” which was recorded in Atlanta with some wonderful friends and musicians.






London Update – IT’S ON!!

Moving Toward London

Plans are coming together for getting on the ground!

Hello everyone!
We have been holding off sending our latest correspondence for some things to line up and now we are able to share with you some very exciting news:

We are currently making plans for actual deployment to Southall for the first week of March!

The time has come and the wheels are in motion for the next chapter in our journey to begin. The plan as we know it now is to travel with the family to Toronto for our pre-field mission training the last two weeks of February. Following that, we would go on to London the first week of March. We are working toward getting out of our apartment in Franklin by the end of January, which would allow us to spend a couple of weeks with our family in East TN before going on to training.

Our plans for tent-making through a community music school have been well-recieved on all fronts. We are very exited about the potential for this business/outreach opportunity on the ground in Southall. This timetable allows for us to get the wheels up on the classes in the spring, hopefully leading to a influx of students on summer break.

We still have around $1000 a month of support to shore up before we leave, so we are actively seeking new monthly partners at every level who would like to jump on board with us now that departure for the field is near. If you are interested at all, please click the link below and sign up for a monthly or yearly tax-deductible donation through our sending agency, Serge.


We will be hosting a “Dollywood To Bollywood” Dinner and Concert¬†fund-raiser on¬†January 13¬†at Christ Community Church in Franklin TN. There are some very special musical guests that are planning to stop by, so it should a great night of music and Indian food. Please mark your calendars and come join us for this very special night for our family as we prepare to deploy.

We covet your prayers for the coming months in our lives. There will be much grieving and stress for us as we make this titanic shift in the lives’ of many people in and around our family. Please pray for peace for everyone involved, especially our children, Aria, Aja & Koa.¬†It feels like we have reached the top of the roller coaster and it is more than a little scary up here as we begin to realize just how steep that next bit is going to be. But God is good and He has made His presence known to us through this process. We know He is with us as we move ahead.

Thank you so much for your continued support and generosity. It is because of your generosity that we are able to finally see what God has in store for our family as we step out to serve His Kingdom through Southall, London and the world.

We will keep you posted as all of this begins to go into motion.
Blessings and thanks to all of you!
Brent, Temple, Aria, Aja & Koa Cundall

Buy A David’s Harp CD – Partner With Temple & Brent

Christian music and study project “David’s Harp” is now partnering with our ministry¬†to help raise support for our mission and tent-making efforts in London.

Produced by music veteran J.C. Meyer, “David’s Harp” is a music project featuring some powerful songs and spiritual insights centered around the idea of David, the Psalmist, as the first singer-songwriter. If he were writing and performing today, what would his music sound and feel like. J.C. and his top-notch group of singers and musicians set out to answer that question.


The latest CD, “The Song Inside You”, is available now on CDBaby and a portion of the proceeds will go toward our efforts to serve in the South-Asian community of Southall, in London. The link below will take you the CDBaby store where you can sample and purchase this powerful song cycle.


There is also a blog that goes along with the music project, with more insights into the music and the ideas behind it all. Click the link below to check out the blog and sign up for the “David’s Harp” mailing list.


We are very grateful to J.C. for this partnership and his efforts to help us answer the call to serve through music. Please take a second and check out this amazing music and study. If you like what you hear, you can download songs or buy a physical CD. You will get a great record and be helping to send our family onto the mission field in the process.

Thanks for you continued support!

Brent & Temple Cundall