Jonathan McReynolds’ “My Truth” album.
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Jonathan McReynolds, a Christian contemporary gospel music musician and songwriter who has won the GRAMMY, Stellar Award, and DOVE Award, has released a brand-new full-length album project titled “My Truth.”
The project is motivated by the idea of life and seeds, in his own words.
“Some seeds find their way and develop with little resistance. Some are placed among thorns and weeds or on the ground and trampled. I liken the seed to difficulties and struggles in life that can cause uneasiness and make people feel suffocated. – He goes on.
“There have been moments when life’s worries have become too much to bear. There are many possibilities in life to choose the pathways that will best enable us to experience it. Finally, McReynolds says.
The project represents the 54th NAACP Image Award nominee’s fifth song album release overall. Jonathan has released four full studio albums, one EP, and an EP with Mali Music. The EP with Mali Music won both of them a GRAMMY Award.
Jonathan appeared as a Judge on the popular BET series “Sunday Best” for two seasons (2019, 2020), and in 2021, he made his film debut in the BET+ original feature “Favorite Son.” McReynolds is an adjunct professor at Columbia College and possesses a master’s degree in theology from Moody Theological Seminary.
Elihu Nation, “a nonprofit organization that fosters wisdom,” was founded by him as well. It recently gave out $30k in scholarships. He belongs to Mensa, a global organization for people with high IQs. In his debut book, “Make Room: Discovering Where Faith Fits,” author McReynolds invites readers to “create room for God in every area of life” by drawing on “testimonies in scripture and from personal experiences.”