When Abe Parker was growing up, he saw God constantly provide for his family in unexplainable ways. It taught him a lesson at a young age; God would provide. So when Abe moved to Atlanta to pursue a career in music, he had no job, no money, no place to stay, and no plan. But he wasn’t worried, God would provide!
Yet years later Abe was still sleeping in his car and hadn’t made any major headway into the music industry. After all of his music equipment was stolen from his place, he decided to pack up and move home. But God still had a plan. Abe gave music one last shot, changing his approach, he opened up and wrote songs about the deep hurt, depression, and social anxiety he had been plagued with his whole life. And those new songs began to connect with people on a new level.
Now Abe uses his music not only to help people identify and work through their hurts but to direct them to the person who has helped him the most, Jesus.