Jaime Jamgochian Releases “Our Father” Featuring Selah

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Jaime Jamgochian

Singer, songwriter, worship leader, and GMA Dove Award nominee Jaime Jamgochian, has released her new single titled “Our Father.” This song will be part of her upcoming album, “Sacred Surrender” (Avodah Music), scheduled for release in the spring of 2024. Jaime Jamgochian is the flagship artist for this new independent label.

“Our Father” was co-written by Jaime Jamgochian, Selah’s Todd Smith, Jay Speight, and Phoebe Scott. During a songwriting session that wasn’t going well, Jamgochian paused and asked the group to pray. She began reciting and singing “The Lord’s Prayer,” and this inspired the creation of the song in under an hour. “Our Father” also features the vocals of the award-winning trio Selah, one of five tracks on “Sacred Surrender” that are collaborations.

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Our Father Cover

Jaime Jamgochian’s musical journey began with jazz performances in bars and on cruise ships, and she later used her musical talents in service of the local church. Her career in Christian music started with a recording contract with Centricity Music, leading to a No. 1 song with “Hear My Worship.”

A few years ago, she was diagnosed with Lyme disease, which had debilitating effects on her body and mind. Despite these challenges, she overcame the worst of the disease’s side effects and now shares a message of miraculous victory, particularly with women facing similar struggles. In 2020, she returned to music with the album “All Things,” which earned her a GMA Dove Award nomination for Best Inspirational Album of the Year.

“Sacred Surrender” explores the theme of letting go and surrendering to live an abundant life. Jaime Jamgochian hopes her songs will help people encounter God’s love, find hope, and experience peace, ultimately moving from fear to faith, anxiety to peace, and emptiness to abundance.

Listen to “Our Father” on all platforms here

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