If you have been to church in the past decade, you have likely sung one of his songs. Jonas Myrin is an internationally renowned recording artist and two-time Grammy-winning songwriter from Sweden.

He has co-written mega hits like '10,000 Reasons', and 'Our God', and has collaborated with Lauren Daigle, Chris Tomlin and many others, including Barbra Streisand and Celine Dion.

"It's been one of the most encouraging and wild journeys, watching these songs travel, not just around the world, but making a difference in people's lives," said Jonas. "I think as a songwriter, that is the biggest honour, and that is why I do what I do."

Earlier this month, Myrin released a new single, 'Mountains', a song that reminds us that we can find hope in our faith, and together we can make a difference and move mountains. 

"One little grain, one little seed of faith is all it takes to move the mountain," Myrin explained. "This song is an encouragement for anyone out there who is facing a mountain. Who is facing a circumstance that maybe seems too big. It is a reminder for the soul that whatever circumstance you are going through, whatever you are faced with, with love and with faith in your heart, you can move mountains."

The Billboard Award Winner created this universal anthem with outstanding displays of string arrangements from the Stockholm Symphony.
Jonas’ desire for “Mountains” is to encourage people to stay strong in the good fight, continue to put their trust and faith in God, and have hope because, with Christ, we truly can move mountains and make the impossible possible.