Category: Music

Music Review | “Change” By Bright City

Bright City, the worship collective from St. Peters Church in Brighton, United Kingdom, returns with their 4th full album release, Change. On this album, Bright City balances the upbeat with the ballad for a great live recording.

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Music Review | “Church Volume 2 (Live)” By Jesus Culture

Grammy-nominated Jesus Culture releases Church Volume 2 (Live), featuring worship leaders Bryan and Katie Torwalt, Kim Walker-Smith, Chris McClarney, Chris Quilala, Mack Brock, Derek Johnson, and Jake Ithurburn. With this album, Jesus Culture continues to lead believers of our generation with songs of hope, boldness and inspiration.

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Review of Braveheart Worship with Sheila Walsh

Celebrated author, speaker, and television host, Walsh has put together a team of worshipers to complete her eclectic themed project Braveheart Worship.

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Review of Isaac Carree’s “No Risk, No Reward”

While this is a definitive Gospel project, it is infused with a variety of musical styles. There literally is something for everyone stylistically on this album and it never loses its focus on our relationships with God and our relationships with each other.
Less: There is so much variety that fans of the genre may be a bit disappointed that there isn't more of a pendulum swing back to pure Gospel.

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Michael W. Smith Drive In Concert

"Real, true, authentic Worship is needed now – maybe more than ever. If God has put you in a position to lead people in Worship – nurture that gift. Develop it. Keep it fresh. Treasure it because leading Worship is, in fact a gift." -MWS

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Review of Charles Billingsley’s “I Was Made For This”

Not your average worship song, “I Was Made for This” harnesses the high energy of pop-rock, resounding brass, and galloping guitar licks, and then ties them all together with drumsticks that just won’t quit.

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Review of George Mhondera’s “Heaven’s Symphony”

"Heaven's Symphony" is a delight to sing as we boldly proclaim God's providence over our lives and divert our desire to have the intensity of our attention on the One who is singing over us instead of where our focus can be misplaced.

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