SEU Worship is featured on The Bible App for a 3-day devotional series
SEU Worship released their 13-track, live-recorded album, “Heart Cry,” on Friday. Recorded live on the campus of Southeastern University in Lakeland, Florida, SEU Worship's new album “focuses on the deep relationship with God and the Holy Spirit.”
Celebrating the release, the live video performance of "Monday Morning Faith" is debuting on YouTube in addition to other live performances.
"How often do we go to church on Sunday and fail to perpetually carry the same level of worship into our week?" SEU Worship leader Dan Rivera asked about the song "Monday Morning Faith." "This song is an invitation to worship God in our daily activities and devotion."
The song is also the subject matter of a YouVersion The Bible App three-day devotional series that kicks off today. The devotional series features narrated audio and teaching videos, along with the band going live on their socials on the next three Mondays this month. Click here to join the teaching series.
Speaking about the mission of SEU Worship and the new album, Rivera said, "At SEU, we’re passionate about students discovering their divine design. In the writing and production process of these songs, we get a firsthand experience of people finding their unique, God-given characteristics and talents. With ‘Heart Cry,’ we wanted to invite listeners into our loud and expectant environment, where our praise is full of vitality and passion."
A press release said, “Unique in its own way, SEU Worship is not part of a church base, but a college campus. Many of the songs featured on ‘Heart Cry’ are written and produced alongside students at the university, keeping the sound and message culturally relevant to their target audience.”
With a ministry geared toward college-aged students, SEU Worship blends both pop and CCM genres to reach their demographic. SEU Worship's core artists include Rivera, David Ryan Cook, Kenzie Walker, Sydney James, Dylan Dames and Chelsea Plank. The lead vocals are a mixture of the core artists and students from Southeastern University.