Crowder and his wife, Toni, live in a neighborhood in Atlanta, Georgia, called Cabbagetown, a quaint mill town that happens to be the place where country music was born. Crowder believes we’re all a lot more the same than we are different — we’re all just dirt and water and the breath of God. Grace, love and freedom work on us all. Crowder’s songs are about the divide spanned on our behalf — he prays they’re subversive and healing in their insistence of that reality.