Multi-Platinum-selling and GRAMMY® Award-winning group Casting Crowns' new video "No Hurts" highlights the ministry of Urban Bicycle Food Ministry in the Nashville area. Urban Bicycle Food Ministry is a ministry that provides meals, basic needs, and a relationship to people on the streets in both Nashville and Memphis, Tennessee.
The Urban Bicycle Food Ministry is a non-profit organization-501c3, created to serve people affected by homelessness and poverty. They advertise, "Though we are a Christian based organization, we are inclusive. People of different faiths and backgrounds are encouraged to participate. This organization believes that small concrete acts of kindness are the fundamentals that bring light and love to a community. All it requires is a bicycle, backpack, and a giving spirit. " Fans can donate to the ministry on YouTube while watching the video. Learn more about UBFM here.
"No Hurts" is taken from the group's newly released Healer (Deluxe), the follow-up album to the January release. Healer (Deluxe) features seven new songs in addition to the seven tracks on the original album. Click here to listen to the extended project.
"When working on this album, I realized all the songs I was writing dealt with healing in some way, something we all need," shares Mark Hall of Casting Crowns. "This deluxe album is the full picture about healing, about how God meets us where we are and what His healing looks like. Healer is a scripture-filled push forward, challenging us to seek true healing from Jesus, the only Healer we need."