John Rich of ‘Big and Rich’ Releases New Song Earth to God, Performs at DC Prayer March

By Nancy Flory Published on October 13, 2020

“You know, man cannot fix mankind’s problems, whether you’re in right, left or middle, none of us know the right answers to and I’ve said this before and it’s a fact that even though it’s out of our control, it’s not out of God’s control. He has got control of it,” country music star John Rich of Big and Rich fame told Fox & Friends a couple weeks back.

“We’ve got to reach out to Him and talk to Him,” he added.

Rich put his thoughts to music in a newly released song called “Earth to God.” He performed it at the Prayer March in Washington, D.C., September 26.

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The music video for Earth to God highlights Franklin Graham’s Samaritan’s Purse nonprofit organization and volunteers helping out in the aftermath of disasters and helping people in crises. “Samaritan’s Purse is an organization that I love what they do all around the planet,” said Rich. “I love Rev. Graham and his message and we linked up together and they invited me to come sing [at the Washington, D.C. Prayer March].” Rich added that he was “humbled and honored to sing the song there.” 

“We need your light, we need your love, to heal the world you made, and save us now, in our darkest hour, with your amazing grace,” he sings in his official music video. 

 Rich is also the host of Pursuit! With John Rich on Fox Nation. 

 Watch Earth to God:  
 

 

Rich also recorded a video talking about how he wrote the song Earth to God. Watch:

 
 
Nancy Flory is an associate editor at The Stream. You can follow her @NancyFlory3, and follow The Stream @Streamdotorg. 

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