“You Are I Am” Review – A Chance To Guest Blog

Here’s a quick description from us of our new single “You Are I Am” from The Hurt & The Healer. We thought we’d do things a little differently this time. Rather than using this website to tell you what we think of the song, we decided we’d like to hear from you.

We’d to offer our website to a few “Guest Bloggers” to do reviews of the song. If you’d like to review the song and guest blog right here on MercyMe.org, write up your review and send it to mercyme@skorinc.com. You can even do a video review of the song and send a link to YouTube or Vimeo to that same address. We’ll check them out and post them on the site.

Sound fun?

Digital Music Excitement!


Hey Everyone! 

I wanted to let you know of a few exciting things happening this week that you might be interested in.  First off Diving Blind is officially online at CDBaby.com!  We are super excited about it and  would love for you to grab a copy at CDBaby.com for only $4.99.

Also, this is the final week that you can get all of MercyMe’s CD’s on iTunes for only $7.99.  We’ve had this going for a little while now, but wanted to give you one final opportunity to grab those CD’s at a lower price.

That’s all for now.  Thanks for all your support.


Between Father And Son

We are having great time off the road this month. I finally got my heavy back hung so I can work out a bit. My son William likes to get in on the fun. So he threw a few wild punches which turned into a friendly brawl between father and son! I guess you can tell who won.


The Ego Has Landed

Sam officially thinks he is a superstar because his mug is on a magazine.

He keeps asking me if he can take it to school and show all of his friends. I have always been an advocate of the child star really. Mainly because most former child stars have gone on to live very balanced and normal lives. Besides most of them serving a bit of jail time, it’s gone quite well I think.

All kidding aside, the article was a lot of fun. Due to the fact I got to talk about Sam and not how I wrote “Imagine.”