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GoldSash Publishing, your one-stop resource for creative compilations. Browse the site and sample the array of artistic endeavors.  Whatever your taste, from Jazz to Chorus, you should be able to find something you enjoy.

GoldSash Publishing is excited to announce the release of Zak Howard's debut album.  A Call to Worship features riveting vocals and exquisite acoustic guitar work. This worship experience will lift your soul.  The album includes two original songs composed by Zak, "God's Best Friend," and "Place Your Spirit on Us." In all of the songs you will find lyrics that are raw with authenticity. This experience will draw you into personal, vulnerable and transparent worship. Be sure to "like" GoldSash Publishing on Facebook.

Listen to the sampler above, then purchase your CD today.

Get your copy of Keith Howard's new devotional.

I'm very excited to announce the release of my first book, IS THIS WHAT FAITH LOOKS LIKE? It is a devotional journey that leads the reader through an array of deeply, spiritual dicussions, converations, as it were, with the author.

To commemorate 25 years in ministry, I wrote a subsantive post online each day. The posts appeared on Facebook,

Twitter, Google+1 and Youversion under the heading, "Uplifting and encouraging posts, substantive and inspiring," and generated thousands of likes. IS THIS WHAT FAITH LOOKS LIKE? takes the reader through seven different literary genres of Scripture. In it, the dignity of wrestiling and struggling with a rugged faith, lived out in the rough and tumble, is honored. It is a 404 page, fully indexed book, chuck full of anecdaotes, humor, theology, sports analogies, and life lessons. The 404 page, fully indexed and cross-referenced one-year, devotional-journey is available now. Purchase your copy for speedy delivery.


The instrumental, jazz-fusion album, Eskaton, is a dainty sampler platter. You will enjoy the vibrant, body echoes of Keith's Breedlove A-25. At times the guitar weeps, and at times it soars.These tunes were born of

the conviction that instrumental music has the God-ordained power to alleviate suffering from the mind and spirit. Listen to samples of the ten cuts. You can purchase your CD today.


This single release, Torn, is a tribute to my Dad, Rev. James E. Howard, November 30, 1943 - March 18, 2011.  Far from a funeral dirge, it is a guitar ballad that captures the heart of struggle and ultimate reward.  He lived his faith, pounding it out through remarkable testimony, endless acts of kindness

and love in the face of unspeakable suffering.  My Dad emulated Jacob, wrestling with God, not letting go until he was blessed.  In fact, the name Israel means "he wrestles with God."  The apostle Paul pondered life and death.  "For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain.  If I am to go on living in the body, this will mean fruitful labor for me.  Yet what shall I choose?  I do not know!  I am torn between the two: I desire to depart and be with Christ, which is better by far; but it is more necessary for you that I remain in the body" (Philippians 1:21-24).  Dad was torn from us by a vicious disease, and his passing tears at me.

C.S. Lewis wrote words that are remarkable regarding our home in heaven.  When Edmund, Jill, Peter and Lucy had reached their final reward in The Last Battle, Lewis writes of their going "further up and further in."  In the ballad Torn hear the music swell and rise.  It images our lovedones going further up and further in.  For this song I dusted off the De Garmo classical guitar.  It's a very special guitar becasue it was given to me by my father-in-law Jerry Roberts.  I've had it for a number of years.  Recently I did repairs on it with my own hands, and have now handed it down to my son, Nicholas.

This love ballad is free of charge, a gift for you.  Churches are always looking for music to use in memorial services.  Perhaps this song will fill a need.  Feel free to download it and use it as you see fit.

The piano piece Seventy Music Boxes is to honor my wonderful mother, Bobbie Howard. It was written on her 70th Birthday. She is truly one of the most selfless people I know. We all love you Mom.

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You can buy individual mp3s now on the Instrumental Jazz page.

 A collection of instrumental jazz guitar tunes released by musicalogianary Keith Howard.  The Eschaton speaks of the last things.  It is the culmination of Christ's rule.  Relax away to the overtones of this sabbatical sensation.  Warm winds and sassy brass compliment keys, bass and percussive expressions.

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