Huron Hills Worship
The Wounds That Bled For Us
Five new worship songs from the new voices of Huron Hills Worship. The first project from Huron Hills Church (Ann Arbor, Michigan) contains music that is accessible, beautiful, and theologically rich. “Mea Culpa” draws from ancient prayers of confession, connecting the worshiper afresh with the historic witness of the Church. “Spirit Move” is a simple prayer of openness to the work of God. “O Mighty King” is an unadorned declaration of devotion and loyalty. Communion songs “We Come” and “We Remember” will prove to be instant and enduring standards. All together these songs could form the musical backbone for an extended celebration of The Lord’s Table or stand alone in a variety of worship settings. Each song is marked with the integrity that comes from music written to serve the local church in their search to lift up the work and person o f Jesus Christ. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for free charts/leader book.
Christmas time is here! Get in the spirit with this all-new collection of Christmas favorites and soon-to-be classics!
Author, speaker, and worship leader at the International House of Prayer in Kansas City, Julie Meyer, delivers a 12-song collection of Christmas favorites, including three new original songs that bring a fresh joy to the celebration of our Savior’s birth. From classic songs like “Silent Night,” “O Come, All Ye Faithful,” and “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing,” to original soon-to-be favorites, “Please Remember Me,” “O Bethlehem,” and “Who Would Have Thought?” this album will be a must-own for fans of Julie Meyer’s music or uplifting Christmas music in general.
Produced by two-time Grammy Award winner Nathan Nockels, North Point Christmas: Let There Be Light is the follow-up project to North Point Music’s successful Christmas debut released in 2010. Let There Be Light features a collection of Christmas classics along with soon-to-be Christmas standards as seen through the modern worship stylings of North Point Community Church.
The CD features 11 songs from 11 different worship leaders, such as Dove Award Winner Seth Condrey, Casey Darnell, Todd Fields, and Eddie Kirkland along with other well-known vocalists from North Point.
Paul Baloche, one of today’s most influential worship leaders, songwriters, and artists, presents his first-ever Christmas project, appropriately titled Christmas Worship. The goal was to create a Christmas album that would minister to and resource the church. Drawing from his own personal experience as a local pastor working to help his congregation worship during what may be the busiest time of the year, Baloche says, “We all love the content of Christmas carols, but often they don’t facilitate a vertical expression of worship towards the Lord. So the idea of this album was to take classic Christmas carols that we all enjoy singing and combine them with modern worship choruses to encourage worship all throughout the Christmas season.” The result is an album packed with accessible Christmas songs that help create a worship environment familiar to congregants and first time visitors alike.
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Essential Records/Provident Label Group
The Neverclaim is a six-man band from Portland, Oregon, with an unabashed rock strength and a pure collective heart for worship that is instantly contagious upon hearing its self-titled Essential Records debut. Their eclectic musical style and passionate delivery speaks to a desire to call out the next generations to follow Christ.
“Life is more than working and making money. There’s a greater story of redemption at work, and God is calling us into that story,” says Jeremiah Carlson, the band’s lead singer.
Their heart to stir revival through their music and ministry is evident in songs such as the upbeat and hopeful “My Soul Longs,” “One Truth One Life,” and the reverent spirit filled “Mighty Jesus.” With blues and folk sensibilities sampled in behind Carlson’s soaring vocals, this is an album not to be missed.
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Vertical Church Band
The Rock Won’t Move
Essential Worship/Provident Label Group
Vertical Church Band is a team of worship leaders serving Chicago’s multi-site Harvest Bible Chapel—among the fastest-growing churches in the United States. Yet beyond that, Vertical Church writes and leads with one intention: to encourage fellow worshipers to arrive at a place that is vertical, eyes on the Lord. “Worship services are this life’s rehearsal … an anticipation of sorts for heaven,” explains Andi Rozier, a pastor at Harvest Bible Chapel, and leader for Vertical Church Band.
Recorded live in the heart of Chicago, the band’s newest release, The Rock Won’t Move centers on the Lord’s reliability and faithfulness through the ups and downs of life.
Standout tracks include “I’m Going Free (Jailbreak),” the moving “Worthy, Worthy” featuring Meredith Andrews, and the title track “The Rock Won’t Move.” This is an album that challenges and encourages its listeners through a celebration of the steadfast, unshakeable nature of God.
Withholding Nothing, the Worship album & Live DVD concert is the new release from international worship leader William McDowell. With 14 tracks recorded on CD and 20 on the DVD, including standouts from his chart-topping albums Arise and As We Worship, Withholding Nothing highlights 2,000 people immersed not in a recording, but in worship. Throughout the two-hour-long DVD, viewers are captivated as the presence of God takes complete control of the room while McDowell introduces a plethora of new worship anthems and songs of praise for today’s Church. The project contains over 45 minutes of passionate, extemporaneous worship in the form of songs, choruses, and instrumental interludes that reverberate with themes of surrender and thanksgiving. These include “Can’t Live Without You,” featuring guest vocalist Nicole Binion, “Are You Ready?” featuring guest Aaron Lindsey and “My Heart Sings,” in which McDowell cries out, “My worship is too deep for my words … I’ve got to cry from the depth of my heart … my vocabulary is too limited when it comes to God.” This release is one you don’t want to miss.
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