“If you spend five minutes with Zak and Amy, it’s impossible not to see their heart for worship and their passion for reaching the lost,” said Eskelin. “I look forward to seeing what God is going to do with Love Displayed.”
“We are so excited about this project. ‘Walk On Water’ was written when reflecting back on years of chaos in our lives. Through triumph, failure, loss of family, loss of friends and everything else the world has thrown at us over the past few years, we always remember to keep our eyes on Him,” explained Love Displayed.
The Huffmans add, “Our favorite line in the single is the bridge, ‘eve in the crashing waves, even when I’m so afraid, I always hear you say, don’t look down.’ It’s a timeless truth! The fact that this song debuted on a Billboard chart and is getting several thousand views a day is so encouraging. We love seeing how the Lord is putting this song in front of people and we pray it uplifts and anchors people in a mighty way.”
Fans will get a chance to hear Love Displayed’s music live when they join Adam Cappa and Tyrus Morgan on the “Hope Restored Tour” that will launch this fall and run through spring 2017. For more updates about Love Displayed and their touring dates please visit online:
About Love Displayed
Love Displayed was founded in 2013, and that same year the Huffmans’ released a two song EP, The Light, to give a sampling of their music to an increasing fanbase. Due to the strong response for the project, the couple reached out to producer and Jesus Culture keyboardist, Ian McIntosh, about producing a full record for them. They began recording You’re The Only One in 2014 at The Soundhouse in Redding, California. At the same time, Zak & Amy Huffman’s ministry efforts are focused on missions that help the lonely and forgotten people of the world. They recently started their own non-profit agency, “Spirit of Adoption Ministries (SOAM),” and have traveled the world building homes in Bulgaria, helping addicts in the mid-Ohio Valley and restoring dignity to victims of sex trafficking in Nepal. The couple live in Parkersburg, West Virginia with their four children and are entrepreneurs that own five businesses in the Parkersburg area.