To Send With Love was started by Ryan Kight in 2012 and originated from Chesapeake, VA. The band was originally created to lead worship on Sundays for a church in Newport News, VA; however, as the ministry grew, the hearts of those in the band began to grow for the church as a whole. Ryan, along with his wife Lindsey, felt a deep calling to bridge the gap between all types of denominations and people groups. Through this mission, To Send With Love began to write songs, and travel to different places and events in order to reach those that may not traditionally listen to Christian music. The band has had the privilege to see God work through them countless times at youth conferences, church conferences, community events, and church services. No matter where the Lord takes them, they will continue to seek the Lord’s will in their ministry and can’t wait to see what He is going to do next to further His kingdom!

Mission

We have a heart to bridge the gap between denominations and bring all people to a genuine relationship with Jesus Christ through the use of Christian alternative worship music. Our mission is to bring the Word of God to people that normally would not connect to corporate worship music and help them to encounter Christ in a way they never have before!

Influences

We are a Christian alternative rock band that writes corporate worship music. Our ministry is influenced by bands like Worth Dying For, Planetshakers, Elevation Worship, Hillsong Young and Free, and Hillsong United.

  1. November 10, 2014

    Dear Ryan and Meghan,

    Thank you so much for your time on Thursday. Your openness and honesty with the students was very much appreciated. I know it took some time to go over all of the presentations and I truly appreciate all of your work.

    I like to make my classes “real” and anytime they can see how God is being worshiped in the “real world” is always an encouragement. Hopefully we will be able to attend one of your concerts in the near future.

    Once again, thank you.

    In His Arms,

    Teresa Anderson
    Technology Department Head
    FBLA – ML and High School Adviser

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