From the writer of 'How He Loves' - recorded most notably by Kim Walker of Jesus Culture - acclaimed independent artist John Mark McMillan brings a unique brand of 'gutsy, poetic rock'n'roll' to the Integrity Worship roster. 'The Medicine' explores the implications of resurrection in our everyday lives, even the dead places of our lives that need resurrecting,' John explains. 'To his own hurt, Jesus, chose to be a part of our world... we don't serve a God who is unacquainted with grief.' 'That is what 'The Medicine' is about and those are some of the conversations I want to help people have in worship,' he adds. 'I want to write songs that give your heart language in the porch lights of your own reckoning; dangerous songs that give you permission to wear your heart on your sleeve before Jesus, unencumbered by the grave clothes of mindless tradition.' 'Skeleton Bones' is a song I sing in community/worship situations. Mostly because it has a pretty melody and a fairly anthemic chorus. The idea behind this song is the once again the resurrection from the dead. Bones coming together, standing up etc.'