When they aren't on tour, the two lead worship at The Belonging Co.
in Nashville."We've traveled together for years even before we were married, so it's very fun that he's actually opening not just like playing guitar for me on the stage, but he's doing all of his new songs," Jobe said.
Holy Holy Holy (Savior and King): The second song puts a new twist on a classic hymn.
It begins simply, with just Jobe’s voice, a little piano, and some strings. A chorus that was not part of the original hymn gives the song a contemporary feel, and Jobe shares lead vocals with a male voice, emphasizing that this is more about the song than it is about the singer.
The album’s final song, “My Beloved,” appeared on Jobe’s self-titled 2009 album.