Christian singer Jordan St. Cyr believes it’s time for men to “rise up” and for the church to “be a voice of the voiceless.”
Cyr recently made headlines for his performance at the March For Life, a massive pro-life gathering held Jan. 21 in Washington, D.C.
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The performer urged men to make their voices heard and to stand up on the abortion issue.
“I think it’s time for men, in general, to just rise up. I think so often we see the voice coming from the mother and I think that’s amazing,” Cyr told Faithwire after performing at the event. “But I think the father’s heart of God is really just speaking to me as a father. It’s important for us to lead our homes and to really bring our 100% to the table.”
But while Cyr said it’s time “for men to lead the charge,” he also affirmed that the issue goes even broader and encouraged every Christian to take part in speaking for those who have no voice.
Watch Faithwire’s interview with Cyr at the 2:30-mark:
“This is the work of the church to be a voice of the voiceless,” he said. “To bear the weight of those who can’t bear it on their own … it’s important for everyone to be a part of this.”
Cyr, who was named one of the top new Christian artists of 2021, is inspiring audiences with songs like “Fire” and “Weary Traveler.” And as his career heats up, he’s keeping his focus in the right place: on God’s mission for his life.
“These songs are working because they impact lives,” Cyr said. “If these songs are of service to people, I’ll keep doing it and if they’re not, I’ll do something else.”
The singer said his journey into music has been “long,” as he’s been playing for performing for most of his life. Now, he’s taking his God-given talents to the masses and encouraging audiences to cling closer to God.
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