The human condition causes each of us to ponder questions that have no answers. What is the purpose of our living? How do connections with others happen? What is the meaning of sacredness and spiritual light? And: How do we continually affirm ourselves as we walk our individual journeys? This album explores all of those questions through words and music-presenting a broad canvas of questions with really no answers, except those answers that are defined by our own lives. On this release, life's unanswered questions are explored in Thomas LaVoy's 'Songs of the Questioner.' How we abide with ourselves and others through love is one of life's most poignant questions, and is explored in Dan Forrest's 'Abide' through the words of Jake Adam York. LaVoy's 'White Stones' paints a musical scene of a child's night terrors, and of his parents' struggle to reassure him and to teach the child spiritual comfort while dealing with the reality of life. Two pieces by Peter Relph allow the listener to journey into the world of spiritual "enlightenment" by creating a luminous and comforting spiritual presence. Spiritual questioning throughout life asks us to seek answers to some of life's most human questions: 'The Dream I Knew' provides answers to the basic life question of the value of others in our life's journey; LaVoy's 'Salvator mundi' reminds us all of the spiritual stillness that abiding and questioning provides. Paul Mealor's setting of C. S. Lewis reminds us of the pivotal role that love plays in our life journey. The Same Stream was born out of a close-knit family of singers who are dedicated to a commonly shared musical experience. Drawn from a Grammy-nominated choir, they are bonded by a passion to build on the experiences shared in their Westminster journey.