Germany Tour 

We're thrilled to announce our return to Germany this March! Our tour will take us across the country from the very south in Konstanz to Kiel in the north.  Be sure to visit our tour dates page for all the details. We can't wait to reunite with our German friends!









9.3 KIEL






Blue is a song inspired by a letter written to a teenage girl that David Zach met while working with The Exodus Road in Asia in 2020.  

"As part of a debriefing process, operatives will often write letters to the boys and girls, men and women they meet while undercover. In these therapeutic letters, which stay tucked away in journals, they have a chance to say what they really want to say, but can't because of their roles as investigators. 

This is the story of one of those letters. 

It's the story of a 15-year-old girl named Blue. 

And it's the story of both the heart and the haunting that our operatives carry with every mission."


51 Recent Rescues : Over 60 Traffickers Arrested  

The Exodus Road teams in Thailand, India, and Latin America recently participated in the freedom of 51 survivors of trafficking - we also helped take over 60 traffickers off the street. We celebrate each rescue we participate in by writing a representative name of a survivor on a rock. There are over 1500 rocks at The Exodus Road headquarters.  

Living Room Anthology, Vol. 1 


This is the first Volume of the Living Room Anthology. These songs were given a new birth during the 2020 shelter in place evening livestream concerts. 

From the living room of David Zach using a microphone, a CP70b baby electric grand piano and a Roland Juno synth.



Prisoners of Hope: Installment 3 : Throne  

Listen to these amazing voices of people from around the world - separate and together in quarantine.  Corey and Kari Horn, Dave and Nicole Mohr, Philip Zach, Tim Buell, David and Anna Zach with their kids Jack Ava and Stella and 60 or so people from around the world singing together.  

Prisoners of Hope : Installment 1 :  4.19.20 : Daylight  

We hope you enjoy this as much as we enjoyed making it. 

With Dave Mohr, Philip Zach, Corey Horn, Tim Buell and David Zach 


We only all five been on the same stage before a couple of times but we’ve played together in different arrangements over the last 9 years.  

One thing is clear about this group of guys - we all love each other and we miss seeing each other - and playing music together.  

We’ve traveled hundreds of thousands of miles together by air and interstate - and now  making music together while separated in our isolated exile.  

“Come back to the safety where you belong - oh you prisoners of hope - return to your strongholds  

By these rivers of our imprisonment - we won’t hang up our stringed instruments.”

Featured Journal Entry: Rescue is Coming

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