March 17, 2009
Tim & Marcys new musical venture: UNITY!
I believe in you and me, I believe in unity. The final line of their opening single Believe sums up a statement of unison from a couple who have faced many tests and turns in their exploration of faith, love, and music. Their life and their music is a testament to the power of Christian marriage.
Growing up in a Christian home, Tim began writing music at a young age. Tim graduated from
Marcy grew up surrounded by a large loving family rooted in church. Musically, Marcy began writing in her teen years, while studying voice, violin, and piano. She has attended Indiana University and performed with several groups throughout the years.
Tim and Marcy met in 1994. After a 7-year on and off again courtship, they came to a strong understanding that God had brought them together for a reason. Tim and Marcy wed in 2001. They have two young children.
With a mission to witness to the world through music, a strong united faith in Christ, and the power of a true friendship in marriage – UNITY is their new musical venture; a combination of talents and devotion based on 14 years of experience in faith and love.
May 17th marks a special anniversary in Tim and Marcys life. It was May 17th, 1997 that their entire relationship hit a fork in the road. Fortunately, they chose each other. 12 years later, May 17th, 2009 will mark UNITYs unveiling. A global release a 3-song EP, the official website & myspace (www.ibelieveinunity.com), the first single & music video Believe, and a debut launch party concert at
With a style of original medium rock Christian music, the 3-song EP will feature the first single Believe, an anthem about making the hard choice in life of what or who to follow. Also included is Me and My House and Oh Well, un-apologetic in-your-face declarations of faith.
Ephesians 4:1-3 reads:
I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received. Be completely humble and gentle; be patient, bearing with one another in love. Make every effort to keep the unity of the Spirit through the bond of peace. (NIV) Although coming from different backgrounds, we are all people worthy of love, respect, and salvation: Youll be who you were made for, when you choose to believe.