Warren Barfield's powerful and life-changing song, "Love Is Not A Fight," continues to stir hearts wherever it's heard. Click the link to watch the brand-new music video, then read below, as fans, along with radio and media professionals, react to the song. "Love Is Not A Fight" is the current radio single from Warren's May 20-release, Worth Fighting For, and will play an integral role in the upcoming film, Fireproof.
Fan reaction to "Love Is Not A Fight"
"Warren, I was at your concert here nearly a year ago. I was here alone because my wife and I were separated. You sang a song that said love is not a fight, but it's something worth fighting for. That song changed me. My wife and I started fighting for our relationship. Tonight, we came to your concert together. We are renewing our vows in a few weeks. Just wanted to say thank you." - Jacksonville, FL
"Praise God for such a beautiful song! This song really touched my heart because my husband and I have been having a lot of 'spilled pretzel' fights lately. We've been married for almost eight years (at times it seems longer, lol), but I wouldn't have it any other way. Each fight really brings us closer together and opens our eyes to the fact that we can't do it on our own; we need God every step of the way." - Jennifer
"After more than 20 years of marriage, my husband and I found ourselves in a situation where the only solution seemed to be divorce. I filed, then seven days later, while at my desk at work, I heard the voice of God telling me 'it's not over, go home.' I did, even though it was not what I wanted. I am so glad I listened. Our 24th anniversary is tomorrow, and we are happier than ever. Your song expressed it perfectly. God bless you!" - Sandi
Warren Barfield shares the story behind the song, of "Love Is Not A Fight"
"My wife is my best friend, who I love dearly, and she loves me," he says. "But isn't it fascinating that two people who love each other so much can cut one another so deeply? When you let issues build up in a marriage, the smallest thing can trigger a war, and pretty soon you can lose sight of your love and commitment to one another. We had a night where something as trivial as spilled pretzels forced into the open things we had left unsaid. Once everything had calmed down, I wrote this song. In that moment, I fully realized my duty, as my wife's husband, was to wrap my arms around her. To love her more than my pride, more than my desire to be 'right,' and to find a way to move through life's good and bad times together. That will be a struggle at times, but love is worth the fight."
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