Two-time GRAMMY®-Award winner Jason Crabb‘s newest single, “Good Morning Mercy,” is inspiring and encouraging listeners across the country – both in live concerts and on the radio.
Today, a concept video has been released for the song. The video follows storylines of people struggling, as Crabb shares the hope and light he finds in Jesus, shining that light on the darkness as their misery turns to joy.
“Everywhere I sing this song, you can see the impact on the faces of the people immediately,” says Crabb. “They understand that the mercy of God gives them hope. Night after night, people tell me how this song encourages them. This video depicts that truth so well. So excited for everyone to see it!”
The song has also served as a reminder to displaced victims of the Kentucky tornadoes several months ago.
Crabb’s fundraising efforts and his partnership with ministries like Jentezen Franklin’s Free Chapel, and his own Forever Ministries helped fund the building of two homes for tornado victims.
Recently, Crabb joined God’s Pit Crew volunteers and staff to reveal newly rebuilt homes on Friday, May 27th for two families in the Bremen, Kentucky area whose homes were destroyed in the devastating tornadoes last December.
Autumn lost her husband and was critically injured in the December tornado. Her home and all her personal belongings were destroyed. The Vanover family also lost everything in the storm.
God’s Pit Crew volunteers and staff rebuilt both houses in just 18 days. The newly finished homes are fully furnished and decorated. Homes for both families were unveiled and keys were presented to them on May 27, 2022.
Crabb sang the song, “Good Morning Mercy,” on the steps of each home and then prayed over each family before they walked into their new home.