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  • Kristene DiMarco “Mighty” Album Review

    Kristene DiMarco’s “Mighty” aims for the maximalist and the anthemic. The live sound is kinetic. The passion is as subtle as a sledgehammer. And the voice of DiMarco is immediate, raw, and soaked with the power of the Holy Spirit.

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  • Becca Bradley “The Lion’s Eyes” EP Review

    Bradley has a voice that pulverizes. With the wispiness of Leigh Nash and the mellifluousness of JJ Heller, Bradley has a way of interweaving both profundity and subtleties in her vocal cadences that is rewardingly soul-searching.

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  • Bethel Music “Without Words: Synesthesia” Album Review

    Our appreciation quotient of Bethel Music’s latest instrumental album is directly proportional to how well we know the portfolio of the church worship team. If you have never picked up any of their last four albums, listening to this album may sound like muzak to you.

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  • Booth Brothers "Still" Album Review

    Have you been enthralled by a story from a preacher’s sermon that he has you hanging on every syllable? Have you ever been mesmerized by the stories of the Bible coming alive like you were watching a 3-D movie that you find your literally glued to the screen? This is what it feels like listening to the Booth Brothers’ brand new album “Still.”

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  • Josh Wilson "That Was Then, This is Now" Album Review

    With Josh Wilson, the electric guitar takes on a life of its own. Touted as the Mark Knopfler of Christian music, his knack for making the electric guitar sing in ways we never imaged it could is itself a highlight whenever we are greeted by a Josh Wilson CD.

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  • Israel Houghton & New Breed “Covered: Alive in Asia” Album Review

    Israel Houghton & New Breed are effacers of boundary markers. Whether we care to admit it or not, there is a tacit racial divide in Christian music between black Gospel music and contemporary worship music. Such segregation has unfairly caused a drift in our worship that reaffirms the old adage that 11 am on a Sunday morning is the most racially divided hour of the week. .

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  • Tullian Tchividjian “One Way Love: Inexhaustible Grace for an Exhausted World” Book Review

    When I was growing up, our church would designate the fifth Sunday of the month as Gospel Sunday. Structured with the unbeliever in mind, every aspect of the church's liturgy was stripped to its lowest religious denomination

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