Letter From Jason Houser

Year End Video & Letter From Jason Houser

Jason Houser


Friends of Seeds,

Wow, what a year this has been, a year of so many unexpected moments. My nephew Matthew on the Seeds Team has said it well, “2020 has been gnarly but blessed.” Yet even in the midst of all the challenges, it has also been one of the most fruitful years we have ever had in our sixteen years of ministry. We have seen God do some amazing things this year.

What God Did During 2020

– Music streams have increased dramatically to almost 1.4 million streams per month

– 77,000 families attended our online services. 

– With the in-person tour being cut short, we had our biggest online concert ever with over 12,000 families attending.  

– Our online family devotion series (Twenty-Verses-in-2020) was read over 100,000 times. 

– We released the I BELIEVE and POWER albums that have so encouraged kids and families. 

– Seeds is being listened to all over the world, with over 100 different countries taking part in our ministry. 

Wow! Praise God for all of this! We want to say a big thank you to all of you for partnering with us, for walking with us, and for praying for us. Whether you gave a donation or purchased a resource to help fund the ministry, you were a part of singing God’s word into more hearts and homes than ever before. We couldn’t do this without you, without your sacrifices, and without your prayers. It was through you that many families were changed. It was through you that the power of the Holy Spirit brought change to so many homes. Like these below:

What Christian Families Said During 2020

“My daughter is a freshman at college. It has been so special to receive texts from her with a photo from her open Bible and a note saying she remembers that verse (through Seeds). The verses we learned while listening to Seeds in the car will be with her (and me) for life!” Andrea

“We have used Seeds of Courage with our home school co-op where we have nine boys and two baby girls. ALL participate and get our exercise sometimes with the DVD! We moms have memorized all 12 verses too. Thank you so much!” Janell

“We Love Seeds Family Worship!! Thank you for creating such wonderful scripture songs and videos! We are a military family living thousands of miles from our family and roots. Seeds Family Worship has helped us establish a sweet time of family church during this strange season of isolation. I am amazed at how quickly my four sons learn the verses.” Jennifer

“Thank you! Your videos are reaching young and old alike and making it possible to memorize God’s Word together. “Cast Your Cares,” “Do not be Anxious”, “Treasure,” “The Rock Eternal” and more are keeping our focus on Him, the author and perfecter of our faith. As everything changes around us, one thing remains the same….Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever! We appreciate the opportunity to post your videos on our Facebook page right now to encourage and bless our church family. God bless you at Seeds.” Tricia

Looking Foward…

As we look forward to 2021, we have a big vision for the upcoming year.  We have a whole new book series that we’re excited about launching, and we’re planning to juice up our quarterly boxes to help even more families spend time around God’s Word. We’re releasing another album, maybe two, and continuing to get the word out about singing God’s Word with Seeds to as many hearts and homes as possible!

We’re never lacking in vision here at Seeds Family Worship, and we love what we do. But to accomplish all of this, we need your help as much as ever before. Most of our annual budget in the past was from CD sales, which have been declining every year. Thankfully, we’ve been able to make up some of those losses through increased streaming, so thank you for listening online! But we still need help to bridge the gap. Would you pray about partnering with us this year with a one-time gift or monthly donation? We’re praying for God to bring us fifty families to commit to partnering with us at $25, $50, or $100 a month to help make up the difference. If you’re not in a position to commit to a monthly gift, your one-time gifts will also help us bridge this gap. All donations are tax-deductible and will help us sing God’s Word into more hearts and homes than ever before.

Our world is facing so many challenges, and many families wonder what they can do to make a difference in these crazy times. Here at Seeds Family Worship, we believe that the greatest thing we can do for the next generation is to show them Jesus. And we do that through our word-for-word Scripture memory songs. Through these songs, we sing God’s Word into the hearts and homes of families all over the world. And when families sing God’s Word, they come to know God’s Word and love God and each other.

Would you join us in 2021 in helping us Sing God’s Word into more hearts and homes than ever before?

Make A Donation To Seeds Here! 

2 Responses to “Year End Video & Letter From Jason Houser”

    Love your songs for home and Sunday school!

    Your ministry is fantastic! I’m the former children’s minister at Christ chapel Bible Chirch in Fort Worth Texas! Y’all are the best!! May God richly bless your ministry!! Your songs are bearing fruit everywhere you go!!!
    Glory to God!!

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Jason Houser

Jason Houser is a worship leader, songwriter and the founder of the Seeds Family Worship ministry. Looking back now, he never would have imagined that leading worship at his church’s Vacation Bible School in 2002 would be the beginning of the Seeds ministry.

Jason is a Grammy-nominated songwriter that has co-written several #1 songs, including “More”, and “The Motions”, for Matthew West and “Hide” for Joy Williams. He also co-wrote Matthew West’s current radio single called “Broken Things”.

Jason has also co-written a parenting book called “Dedicated: Training Children To Trust and Follow Jesus” (Zondervan) with Pastor Bobby Harrington and his son Chad Harrington. The book shares the biblical principles that formed a foundation for the Houser family when their children were young.

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