Dallas-based worldwide worship leader and CCM songwriter Kari Jobe ministered all over the world for more than ten years with different worship groups before settling straight down because the worship pastor at Southlake, Tx’ Gateway Church in 2006. Jobe released her debut, a couple of inspirational tracks co-written with Chris Tomlin, Ed Money, Paul Baloche, Klaus Kuehn, and Mia Fieldes, on Columbia’s Integrity imprint in Feb 2009. The record was an instantaneous success, reaching number 3 for the Christian Albums graph and charting on Billboard’s Best 200 in addition to netting her a set of Dove Honours. Her likewise inspirational-inclined sophomore work, Where I Discover You, found its way to 2012 on Universal’s Sparrow Information imprint, this time around topping the Christian graph and getting Jobe a Grammy nomination. A concert record called Majestic found its way to 2014 and highlighted new material documented live at Dallas’ historical Majestic Theater. A year afterwards she released Majestic Revisited, which highlighted alternate studio variations of many from the tracks from Majestic. In 2017 Jobe released her third studio room album, Backyard, which noticed her dealing with manufacturer Jeremy Edwardson (Jesus Lifestyle, Hillsong United, Jon Foreman) and providing a hopeful arranged conceived throughout a period of personal reduction.