BSM: Do you try and incorporate theology, doctrine or Scripture into your music?

JON MICAH: Occasionally, but I feel like the one thing that we are supposed to do is convey God's love. I don't feel like music is the place to prove a point doctrinally or theologically. I feel like music is the place to express what God has placed on our hearts. We try and make our music lyrically encouraging, and ultimately point back to God.

With over 180 shows scheduled last year alone, and a forthcoming album, Kutless manages to stay very busy, but their love for the Bible and Bible study has never grown dim. At the heart of what they do, and who they are, is the Word of God—an encouragement to us all.

Article courtesy of Bible Study Magazine published by Logos Bible Software. Each issue of Bible Study Magazine provides tools and methods for Bible study as well as insights from people like John Piper, Beth Moore, Mark Driscoll, Kay Arthur, Randy Alcorn, John MacArthur, Barry Black, and more. More information is available at Originally published in print: Copyright Bible Study Magazine (Jan-Feb 2009): pgs. 17-19.

**This article first published on October 14, 2010.