Josh Wilson is a christian singer born in El Dorado, Arkansas but grew up in Texas. He has been an active Christian artist since 2004. He has had one independent album and six albums with a label. His most recent single, Dream Small, was released earlier this year. I recently heard this song and fell in love with it. It has a strong beat and lyrics that are full of meaning as well as being very catchy. In a "Story Behind The Song" video, Wilson talked about how when he was writing the song, he was thinking about an orchestra. He said "The song came from kinda thinking about an orchestra on stage and everybody just playing their part, everybody has one instrument, one piece of music, and they just follow the conductor and play their part. As everybody does that, they play their one instrument and all come together into this beautiful symphony that wouldn't exist without each individual part." That is such a cool analogy to me and it's so true! Wilson didn't finish there though, he went on to say "I think it's encouraging to me to think about the Christian life that way, the Bible says we're all different parts of the same body and I like to think we're all different instruments in the same orchestra. As we each play our part, each small interaction, each small act of kindness and love over time, add up and they become big things if we're faithful day in and day out." For me, that is such a good reminder that even one little thing can start a chain reaction. One little spark can start a whole blaze. It's okay if we don't have all the things that this world tells us we need, things that are considered "big" in the world like wealth, popularity, etc. If we show God's love and do things that seem small, maybe just saying hello, trust me, they aren't small. This song is an amazing reminder to work together to spread the Word and to grow the Kingdom of God. Check it out!
Student studying Public Relations and Social Media as well as acting as much as possible with hopes to work at a Christian media company when graduated.