Housefires, Chandler Moore, and KJ Scriven “Good Good Father”

Chandler Moore and KJ Scriven join Housefires on the song “Good Good Father,” and it’s hard to imagine a more genuine, heartfelt, and beautiful tribute to Heavenly Father than the one they offer.

Written by Housefires band members Tony Brown and Pat Barrett, “Good Good Father” became an instant hit when it was recorded by Chris Tomlin. The song was the first single, released on October 2, 2015, from his 2016 album, Never Lose Sight. Housefires had previously recorded the song on their 2014 album entitled Housefires II

Chandler Moore begins the song, singing and playing the piano. The 28-year-old Charleston, South Carolina native currently partners with Maverick City Music. He is joined by pastor and Grammy Award-winning songwriter KJ Scriven at 2:30.

The two featured artists are joined by a host of other singers, each uniquely exhibiting their love for Jesus. While some are animated and physical, others move gently and quietly to the music. Some smile brightly, and others are somber. Hands raised, eyes closed, heads bowed, eyes open—there are a hundred different expressions of worship. Isn’t that just how it should be? Each of us is equipped to communicate our admiration and affection for the Savior and Almighty God in the precise and perfect way He intended us to do so. 

“Good Good Father” held the number one spot on the Hot Christian Songs chart for seven weeks.  

Here are the lines from the inspiring hit single’s first verse:

Oh, I've heard a thousand stories of what they think You're like
But I've heard the tender whisper of love in the dead of night
And You tell me that You're pleased
And that I'm never alone

“Good Good Father” assures believers of the most important things we need to know. He is always with us. He always loves us. He always knows exactly what we need. Seriously, a Father’s love doesn’t get any better than that!

“For our earthly fathers disciplined us for a few years, doing the best they knew how. But God’s discipline is always good for us, so that we might share in his holiness.” Hebrews 12:10

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