Keeps on ChangingDove award-winning artist, worship leader, and songwriter Seth Condrey is set to release his debut project for the North Point Music label on August 27. The album, "Keeps On Changing", is produced by Dove award-winning songwriter, artist, and producer Phillip LaRue (Tenth Avenue North, The Rival). Seth wrote or co-wrote all eleven songs on the album along with other featured songwriters, such as Ed Cash, Mike Donehey (lead singer of Tenth Avenue North), Phillip LaRue, Bryan Brown, Seth Mosley, and Kyle Lee. This group of writers have co-written songs for Chris Tomlin, Newsboys, Michael W. Smith, and Tenth Avenue North. Musicians involved in the project include Tyler Burkum and Jeremy Lutito of the band Leagues. Seth expressed "Keeps On Changing" is the story of my life, but is also the story of many of our lives. We fail, we fall, and God continues to take the messes we make and change us and conform us into something more beautiful, more eternal. Sometimes I feel like I"m pursuing God, and although I may be making efforts, I find that it"s incomparable to his relentless grace and love that is pursuing my heart. These songs represent my journey of trust in the person of Jesus fully and wholly and how that trust keeps changing me, making me the father and husband that I need to be." In 2010, North Point Community Church launched North Point Music to bring local worship leaders, musicians, and songwriters together to inspire a generation and influence the church. The record label and music publishing company was birthed out of one of the largest churches in North America. Led by best-selling author, communicator, and pastor, Andy Stanley, North Point Ministries is one of the fastest growing and most influential Christian organizations in America. With five Atlanta-area churches, North Point Ministries brings together more than 33,000 adults each Sunday. In addition, the church has strategic partnerships with over 30 churches domestically and internationally and the ministry receives over 1.8 million requests for broadcast content each month.