The Clean Cut: Christian artist encourages viewers to show Christ's love and 'Do Something'
Christian artist Matthew West has been on a journey of telling inspirational stories through song, and one of his latest songs, "Do Something," has struck a chord with many.
Inspired by a 20-year-old college student who started her own orphanage in Uganda after fighting the government for custody of 40 children, West was inspired to convey this Christ-like love through a song.
"Andrea’s story floored me," West wrote on his website.
"Today, so many of us Christians talk so much about being the hands and feet of Christ, but never really displaying what that looks like. Andrea has gone to the extremes to show us all what wild abandon to the cause of Christ looks like. It’s not about talking. It’s about doing!!! It’s time for us to do something!"
West released a music video for "Do Something" in January, and it has since received more than 1 million views.
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