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What Lies Ahead for America?
What Lies Ahead for America?

A Conversation with
Bear Rinehart of
Needtobreathe

from Chad Bonham, Christian Sports Journal

  Bear and Bo Rinheart's lives could have gone a lot of different directions. Bear was a star football player at Furman University and could have pursued a career beyond his college days. Bo appeared in the film Radio and had a casting call for a recurring role in the television series One Tree Hill.

  But having been raised on a church campground where their artistically gifted parents were the caretakers, it seemed only natural that their love of music would dictate the path they would collectively take.

  Since those early days in South Carolina, Needtobreathe has released six critically acclaimed albums, has toured with Taylor Swift and appeared on major television programs including The Tonight Show, Late Night with David Letterman, and The Conan O'Brien Show. Needtobreathe has been equally embraced within the faith community where the band has won 10 Dove Awards and placed numerous singles on the Christian radio charts.

  Walking on Water from Hard Cuts: Songs From The HARDLOVE Sessions, is currently #14 on Billboard's Contemporary Christian music charts. Needtobreathe has released a new single titled Bridges Burn, which has also made the same chart. It is the first song to come from a new project titled Forever On Your Side (Niles City Sound Sessions).

  "This music documents the season that we're in as a band right now... and we wanted to put it in your hands as fast as possible," the band explained in their Facebook post announcing the song and album. They explained that the project is "a new collection of songs made over the course of a few weeks in Fort Worth, TX with the producer trio Niles City Sound." They have not yet revealed how many tracks will be on the project.

  The new song arrives in tandem with a recent major tour announcement. Needtobreathe will be heading out on the Forever On Your Side tour starting in August, bringing along Johnnyswim and Billy Raffoul. The tour makes its way to the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park in Alpharetta on August 24th.

  "We've got more coming to you very soon. Stay with us and thanks for always being on our side," Needtobreathe said to conclude their announcement.

  Forever On Your Side will be the first new recordings released since 2015's acclaimed album HARD LOVE (which also spawned b-sides EP Hard Cuts last year).

  In this composite CSJ conversation, lead singer Bear Rinehart talks about his past life as an NCAA football player, changes the band has gone through over the years, why they have been embraced in multiple markets, and how a rift between him and his brother Bo nearly destroyed it all:

Tell me about growing up in
Possum Kingdom, South Carolina.

  My mom and dad ran a Christian camp out in the boonies. It impacted who we were culturally. Even though we were in the South, kids came from all over to the camp, which was a really good influence. It was a very diverse group of kids. It definitely impacted how we saw the world and how we related that to music.

What kind of music did you listen to back then?

  We listened to everything from Christian music to rap to metal.

Tell me more about the church camp environment.

  It's such a meaningful time for people. It's almost like half the people you meet got saved at Christian camp. It was a powerful time to see people's lives changed in a matter of a couple of days or a week. That was also a positive influence on me and my brother.

How did your parents influence you and
Bo musically?

  My mom was a piano teacher. My dad traveled with a lot of country artists like Roy Clark, Glen Campbell and The Gaithers. He performed on Hee Haw once. So, music was very important. It wasn't just something you did for entertainment. I think we really learned to appreciate music in that way. We also learned a lot from our dad when were working on getting our first record deal. He wanted us to get our degrees before traveling fulltime. He was scared to death for us all the time. Every time we came home, he tried to fix the trailer lights because he'd been there before. He knew that we were driving all hours of the night - all day, every day

Tell me about your experience playing football at Furman.

  At school there was a big triangle between academics, football and music. Academics definitely took the back seat. I did finish school and everything was fine but we have lots of stories from college. Football had to be my number one priority because it was paying for school but I would leave games sometimes on Saturday and drive three hours to play a show that night. The guys at Furman allowed me some leeway. They were all understanding of the long hair and the way I dressed.
  I usually had football practice until about 7:30 at night and then I'd drive an hour back to Seneca to practice with the band until about 2 in the morning. After an hour drive back to school, I'd have to get up for workouts at 5:30 and then I'd crash for a few hours before going to class.

Was the team successful?

  We reached the D1-AA championship game one year. One of our biggest wins was against UNC.

Bo had a pretty interesting journey himself.

  Yeah, he went to Clemson for an architecture degree and dabbled in acting. He was an extra in the movie Radio and a double for one of the lead characters. He turned down an offer to tryout for a part on One Tree Hill because we were about to get our first record deal.

Even though you grew up in a Christian home and grew up listening to Christian music,
what led to the decision to sign a general market deal with Atlantic?

  We grew up in the Christian market. We have nothing against it. We like it. If anything, I think it would have been a risk to go with the Christian market even though we had a secular deal. We're just being who we are. We're all Christian guys. Those kinds of things come across in the songs. Without us having an agenda, I think these songs naturally flow out of us. These are things we really believe. Hopefully those things do come across in our music. It doesn't take very long for people to figure out that something's different.
  Hopefully that will be the kind of testimony that this band has. I think that's the only way to be relevant in the secular market today. A lot of people do want to believe in something but they can smell inconsistency a mile away. They totally see through that.

What's it like writing music with your brother?

  It's been a big benefit for us because we're not soft on the songs. We went into our first record with 60 songs and we got it down to 11. It's a knockdown drag out, but usually that's what separates the good songs from the not-so-great ones. I always tell the band, it's easy to make a good song great. It's impossible to make a bad song good. That process is made a lot easier for us because we're so hard on the songs.

What is your general philosophy
on lyric writing?

  We want to make optimistic records. It seems that so much rock music is angry about something. When you first start writing songs, you automatically start writing songs that are sad or angry. It's pretty easy to do that. That's our goal lyrically - to write things that are more positive.

The Harbinger captured the attention of more than 1 million people this year with its prophetic warning to America. But the book’s ongoing implications should be the real concern behind this profound revelation.

What happens when a nation ignores God’s warnings and the call to return to Him? What happens to nations that actually return to God?

Regardless of how much the world mocks Christians for believing that God’s Word is absolute truth, there are biblical principles and patterns concerning the judgment or redemption of nations—and this revelation holds profound meaning for America.

I wrote about these principles in The Harbinger, a prophetic wake-up call for America released in January 2012 that has since sold more than 1 million copies. The message has obviously resonated with people from all walks of life (it spent the entire year on the New York Times best-seller list), yet there is far more to this continuing story.

It begins more than 2,700 years ago, when God repeatedly called ancient Israel to return to Him after the people He birthed opted to turn away from their God. The very words of the Torah, spoken through Moses to their ancestors in Leviticus 26 and Deuteronomy 28, were His first call and His foretelling future calamity if they failed to repent. When the people of Israel’s northern kingdom ignored those words, God sent His prophets to confront them face-to-face with their transgressions.

Even then the people and their leaders refused to listen, hardening their hearts to His message and persecuting the messengers. God finally allowed Israel’s enemies to breach His protective hedge around the nation. Though the subsequent damage was significant, it was limited—proving that even in judgment God was calling the nation to wake up, turn from its self-destructive course and be reconciled to Him.

Israel’s defiant answer to God’s final call is found in Isaiah 9:10: “The bricks have fallen down, but we will rebuild with hewn stones; the sycamores are cut down, but we will replace them with cedars.” Despite being in ruins, Israel vowed to rebuild itself stronger than ever—and without God.

Verse 11 describes the beginning of the tragic consequences of that defiance, the nation’s progression to judgment: “Therefore the Lord shall set up the adversaries of Rezin against him, and spur his enemies on.”

The answer continues in the verses that follow: “And they shall devour Israel with an open mouth. For all this His anger is not turned away, but His hand is stretched out still. ... The land is burned up. ... What will you do in the day of punishment, and in the desolation which will come from afar? To whom will you flee for help?” (Is. 9:12, 19; 10:3).

Thus, Isaiah 9:10 leads to a prophecy of national destruction, fulfilled when the Assyrians returned, laid siege for three years and destroyed the northern kingdom in 722 B.C., and exiled its people.

- See more at: http://www.charismanews.com/culture/38176-what-lies-ahead-for-america#sthash.9IWT8R1M.dpuf

The Harbinger captured the attention of more than 1 million people this year with its prophetic warning to America. But the book’s ongoing implications should be the real concern behind this profound revelation.

What happens when a nation ignores God’s warnings and the call to return to Him? What happens to nations that actually return to God?

Regardless of how much the world mocks Christians for believing that God’s Word is absolute truth, there are biblical principles and patterns concerning the judgment or redemption of nations—and this revelation holds profound meaning for America.

I wrote about these principles in The Harbinger, a prophetic wake-up call for America released in January 2012 that has since sold more than 1 million copies. The message has obviously resonated with people from all walks of life (it spent the entire year on the New York Times best-seller list), yet there is far more to this continuing story.

It begins more than 2,700 years ago, when God repeatedly called ancient Israel to return to Him after the people He birthed opted to turn away from their God. The very words of the Torah, spoken through Moses to their ancestors in Leviticus 26 and Deuteronomy 28, were His first call and His foretelling future calamity if they failed to repent. When the people of Israel’s northern kingdom ignored those words, God sent His prophets to confront them face-to-face with their transgressions.

Even then the people and their leaders refused to listen, hardening their hearts to His message and persecuting the messengers. God finally allowed Israel’s enemies to breach His protective hedge around the nation. Though the subsequent damage was significant, it was limited—proving that even in judgment God was calling the nation to wake up, turn from its self-destructive course and be reconciled to Him.

Israel’s defiant answer to God’s final call is found in Isaiah 9:10: “The bricks have fallen down, but we will rebuild with hewn stones; the sycamores are cut down, but we will replace them with cedars.” Despite being in ruins, Israel vowed to rebuild itself stronger than ever—and without God.

Verse 11 describes the beginning of the tragic consequences of that defiance, the nation’s progression to judgment: “Therefore the Lord shall set up the adversaries of Rezin against him, and spur his enemies on.”

The answer continues in the verses that follow: “And they shall devour Israel with an open mouth. For all this His anger is not turned away, but His hand is stretched out still. ... The land is burned up. ... What will you do in the day of punishment, and in the desolation which will come from afar? To whom will you flee for help?” (Is. 9:12, 19; 10:3).

Thus, Isaiah 9:10 leads to a prophecy of national destruction, fulfilled when the Assyrians returned, laid siege for three years and destroyed the northern kingdom in 722 B.C., and exiled its people.

- See more at: http://www.charismanews.com/culture/38176-what-lies-ahead-for-america#sthash.9IWT8R1M.dpuf

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  How do you hope that your lyrics
encourage the listeners?

  We always feel like one decision can change your life and you can make that decision at any time. It can happen this minute. Everybody makes decisions everyday that affect their life in a negative or positive way. Those decisions really do have big affects even if they feel like they're small and now's the time to make that decision.

Critics and fans alike have generally given the band high marks for lyrical artistry. What do you think has factored into the positive reception?

  There's always a more artistic and a smarter version of you that you're always worried about meeting. All of us are intelligent guys. We didn't get into this by being idiots. We are cultured. It is a little different when people do get to know us. Hopefully, they see that we have thought these things out. Hopefully, we're culturally relevant and we're not just walking around oblivious to what's going on in the world and using a bunch of Christian cliches.

How much have you guys changed from the earliest days of Needtobreathe and in what ways do you feel like you're still the same?

  We've gone through some serious changes throughout our career, for sure. But, I think it's all been a process of trying to get back to who we really are as people. The Outsiders was a record that was kind of a peek into who we are. I think Rivers In The Wasteland was one of the most vulnerable records for us. I don't know why it's been so hard for us to shed some of those layers, whether its production or things that are surrounding the band. But, I really think that people are finally seeing what we're all about and how we grew up and what it would be like if weren't trying to make records and if we didn't have the mics turned up.

I've never seen anything like what's happened with this band. Like no other artist, you guys were immediately embraced in both the general and Christian markets and you've been able to play music wherever you want to play without dealing with much criticism from either side.
 Have you ever been able to figure out
how that happened?

  We've been very fortunate in that way. There are a lot of bands that made that possible. Switchfoot was one of the bands that paved the way for that to happen. They fought some battles that we didn't have to fight. We're thankful for that, for sure. It was really intentional, in terms of how we approached the early part of our career from a business standpoint. We got offered a lot of Christian contracts when we first came out and we turned those down because we wanted to make sure we set it up the right way and gave ourselves a chance to be able to do everything we wanted to do.
  We made some mistakes along the way. I'd be lying if I said we did it all right. It hasn't always gone according to plan, but, at the same time, we've been really fortunate to do what we set out to do, which was make music for as many people as possible. We wanted kids who were like us to enjoy our music, but we also wanted their friends to like our music, too. We wanted people that would never go to a Christian store or go to a church to listen to music to be able to get into our music.
  That's what we set out to do. I think we've been able to keep that dream alive. God put that on our hearts and it's been His plan, which has been amazing to be a part of.

You've been pretty open recently about some struggles you and your brother, Bo, have gone through while working on music and touring together with the band.

  It got pretty intense there for a while. We had talked ourselves into believing that it was actually good that we were fighting. It was competitive. We were writing songs. He would write a song and I would try to beat it with another song. It just got to be almost a joke. It was two leaders of a band that were trying to be right all the time. It was really childish when you look at it.
  In the thick of those things, because our priorities had gotten screwed up a little bit, it made sense to us, somehow. The process for making this record was huge for us. We were able to take some time off and look back at the situation. It drove us back to a place where we were ready to quit. We were over it. If this was the way it was going to be, we weren't enjoying it anymore. It was tearing up our family relationship. That's not how we got into this. We got into this because we loved every second of it. We got into this because we love each other. This couldn't be our identity. We do it because God gave us this gift, but it can't be more important than anything else.
  So, we started backing up from that and it's changed everything about how we do things. Our relationship has never been better. Our song, Brother, has a line that says, "Let me be your shelter." We just want to defend each other. We want to be there for each other.

But it wasn't like The Police back in the '80s when Sting and Stewart Copeland were getting into fistfights during TV interviews
before they broke up.

  No, it really wasn't like that. It had gotten so bad. We got to the point where we were in different dressing rooms. And it's just childish. I can say it in a laughing way now, but it really speaks to how dark of a place we were in.
  Just like the first track on our record says, we were in a wasteland. "I'm the first one in line to die when the cavalry comes." That's the way it felt at the time. We titled our album Rivers In The Wasteland because we felt like God put a river into our relationship and something had to be done and was done. It was something new and refreshing that God did. He revived us from a dying place. It was a miracle. It really was. It took us a year to make that record that should have taken us three weeks to make. We had all the songs written and next thing you know, it's a year later. It just showed what kind of place we were in when we started. It was a God thing. He broke through and changed everything.

Anyone can be fulfilling their calling and walking out the path God laid out for them
and still somehow wind up getting lost.
Is that what happened to you guys?

  Definitely. We felt like we had hit the bottom. We felt like we had really messed things up. What you're saying is true. There were a lot of our friends and some other artists that saw us during that time and they would come to us and tell us how our music had impacted them. So, God can use you regardless of what you're doing. He can still work through you. That's just a picture of God's grace throughout this whole thing.
  Even in our darkest times, God was still ministering through what we were doing in an incredible way. He chose not to take this thing from us, which is absolutely unbelievable to me. This process has felt like an absolute gift. We feel incredibly blessed to do what we're doing.

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