“In God will I praise his word: in the LORD will I praise his word” (Psalm 56:10).

To seasoned music producers, the Thai-Psalms Project was met with much doubt. Who will do this? Which recording studio? Which musicians? Who are your connections? What about the language, the culture? From the beginning, the project was deemed an impossibility. Yet, the final outcome was astounding…because the work wasn’t ours to be done. Despite all odds, and now for the first time in the Kingdom of Thailand’s history, the Psalms (in Thai) are set to the music-language of the Thai people, with royal-court musicians – those apurposed for the praise the king of Thailand, performing. 

To date more than 2600 CD’s, cards, and digital tracks have been distributed or donated to pastors and churches throughout Thailand….in order that the nubile church in Thailand will continue to grow in the Word (cf. Colossians 3:16, Ephesians 5:19).

In recalling God’s marvelous deeds one year later, the words of the Psalmist ring true, “I will cry unto God most high; unto God that performeth all things …” (Psalm 57:2).