Cory Asbury ‘The Father’s House’ Hits #1

Redding, CA (June 4, 2020)
“The Father’s House,” the latest hit single from GRAMMY®-nominated Bethel Music singer/songwriter Cory Asbury, is currently topping three of Christian music’s biggest charts. Landing at #1 on the Billboard Christian Airplay Chart this week, the gospel-driven anthem—beckoning weary souls to respite in Jesus—also reigns for the sixth consecutive week atop the Billboard Christian AC Monitored Chart, as well as four consecutive weeks at #1 on the Billboard Christian AC Indicator Chart.

Produced by Ed Cash and penned by Asbury, Ethan Hulse and Hillsong UNITED’s Ben Hastings, a rendition of “The Father’s House” will be featured on Asbury’s highly anticipated Bethel Music sophomore release due this summer.

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“Wow—part of me had begun to believe I’d always be in the shadow of ‘Reckless Love,’ so to see ‘The Father’s House’ resonate so quickly and so deeply in listeners’ hearts is a massive blessing,” Asbury says. “I’m so thankful to my Bethel Music family and radio stations all across the country.”

“This song was actually born two-and-a-half, maybe three years, before it was fully written,” he adds. “I was in the middle of a tour and my soul was tired. I was just weary, feeling broken, weak and messed up—all the things we feel as humans—and I sat down at the piano. For me, music is therapy; it’s a time when I can pour out my heart before the Lord. All of a sudden, this phrase just came out: ‘You never wanted perfect, You just wanted my heart.’ It was like a lightbulb went off. I realized in that moment that it wasn’t about me having it all together, even in the midst of weakness and brokenness. It was about offering my heart in that space. I started weeping and saying that phrase over and over. It was therapy for my soul.”

Among Bethel Music’s world-renowned lineup of songwriters and worship leaders, Asbury is featured on the GRAMMY®-nominated, Dove Award-winning collective’s latest release, Revival’s In The Air. The 17-track set bowed last week and includes the Asbury-led “Egypt,” a celebration of God’s faithfulness, and the spontaneous “Breathe/Rest.”