Anthem Meant To Inspire The Church Garners Radio Airplay Nationally
NEWS SOURCE: Hoganson Media
May 4, 2018
Denver, CO-based Pop / EDM group Transform (formerly Transform DJs) releases its energetic, pop, electro-house and rap influenced single “Wildfire” that is already garnering Rock and Hot AC / CHR radio airplay nationally and is available beginning today at iTunes, Amazon.com, Spotify and more digital outlets globally through Deeplife Records.
“‘Wildfire’ is about the gospel, it’s about bringing light into the darkness, it’s about joining a movement to spread that light,” says Transform member Tim Heil. “It’s also about allowing the Holy Spirit to work in the lives of people to see the miraculous happen. We can explain biblically the various moves of the Holy Spirit, but what we cannot explain is a powerless church. A little bit of ‘wildfire’ is better than no fire.”
“Our new song is about the love and passion of God burning in and through us in order to advance His Kingdom,” adds Transform’s Lorna Heil. “The fire of God is all consuming; it sets us ablaze so the world can see who Jesus is by allowing the Holy Spirit to demonstrate a great work and spread like wildfire!”
Transform, collectively Jonathan and Angela Burgess and Tim and Lorna Heil, take their unique, danceable worship experience to the world with the mission being “to share the Good News of Jesus through Holy Spirit-led performances, defend pre-born life and other defenseless people worldwide, and lead God's people into worship.”
Taking their name from Romans 12:2, which exhorts, “Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed…??,” Transform began in the underground rave scene and club culture in Denver, CO. Partnering with some of Denver’s top nightlife promoters, the group was known for hosting and promoting positive, drug-free events.
“Young people, who would have never stepped into a church, heard about or experienced the saving grace of Jesus,” says Jonathan. “We unashamedly share the love of Jesus!”
“Dance music ministry has had to withstand considerable criticism down the years from conservative elements within the Church,” shares Tony Cummings in his recent CrossRhythms feature on Transform. “Although the once widely held conviction that moving a body to heavily rhythmic music was in some way unchristian is now thankfully subsiding, there are still some within the Church uneasy about the use of instrumental dance music.”
With their intense energy, voices for justice and hearts for worship, Transform continues to work to reach a culture practically untouched by the church.