Did you know MercyMe's tenth album, "Inhale (exhale)" has a devotional book that accompanies the newest album?

MercyMe created a 40-day devotional that follows the sixteen-track album to inspire you to simply...BREATHE.

Breathe in grace and live out hope!

 "We hope this book helps people let go of the things that's weighing them down, and be reminded of what's important," shares Bart Millard, lead singer of MercyMe.

mercy me book coverEach devotional entry ties to a particular song, such as "Say I Won't", which is a song inspired from MercyMe's longtime friend Gary Miracle, who lost both arms and legs in January of 2020 after falling into septic shock.

This devotional is filled with many reflective and relatable themes. You'll experience scripture passages, application questions, meditative verses, prayers, and spaces to journal as you listen your way through the album.

AND...that's probably why you don't want to miss the Inhale (Exhale) Tour, at the Toyota Arena on April 3rd!!

Its going to be more than just a fun concert with your favorite artists and  amazing music. It seems like it'll be a special night of in-depth meaning and connection!

Don't hear about it from others POV, but experience it live and in person yourself!

Secure your seat today!


From April 03, 2022 7:00 PM until April 03, 2022 10:00 PM
At 4000 Ontario Center, Ontario, CA 91764, USA Categories: Concert Tags: music, family, spring, concert