I first learned of Rich Mullins from my dad. Growing up, he was, gratefully, very particular about the music that we listened to. I do remember him having a few Rich Mullins CD's among our family collection. I also remember younger me not liking his music as much as say Amy Grant's or Point of Grace (ironic since Amy Grant recorded a few Rich Mullins songs). However, now that I am MUCH older and know more about the story of Rich Mullins, I have become greatly drawn to his music.
This song is one of his that I remember well from childhood. It may be very "90's", but I love it's passion and purpose. It's such a powerful ballad!