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  • Young Oceans Talk About Resourcing Churches of All Sizes with their New Album

    Young Oceans new album "Voices, Vol. 1" have just been released. Young Oceans have been known to be an ambient worship band, writing music and songs to really be more meditations. But due to a series of requests, the band re-worked some of their music to make it work in a corporate worship setting. To do this, they also invited a group of friends to sing on the album, including Ellie Holcolmb, All Sons and Daughters, Sarah Macintosh and others.

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  • Q & A with Kristin King on Her New EP "Make Something Happen"

    Raised in Louisville, Kentucky, Kristin King grew up in a musical family with a father who played piano for their local church and a mom who sang on the praise team. Singing came naturally to Kristin growing up, and she performed several times for the Assemblies of God Fine Arts Festival national competition.

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  • Introducing the New Christian British Web Drama Series 'Concealed'‏

    Concealed is an exciting new British drama exploring life issues surrounding faith, love and friendship, from a refreshingly honest and unique worldview. The web series premiered on YouTube on April 24, and has been met with rave reviews among online audiences and viewers, after three episodes. Backed by an excellent crop of emerging British actors, and a relatable and captivating storyline, 7-part series Concealed is a thrilling drama spectacle, gripping from start to finish.

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  • Pastor Dale Sanders Offers Life-Changing Truths About Conflicts Which Inspired His New Book & Single

    Pastor Dale Sanders has just released his brand new book Termites in the Church, a book that chronicles his father's life story and struggles in ministry. He has also released his new single You Win, a song that was birthed of his own pains and struggles with Christ. Setting the message to music, a single was released and serviced to radio. In a short time, the soul stirring ballad has captured the hearts of the nation as the song has made its way into the Top 50 of the Billboard Gospel Radio chart.

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  • Exclusive Interview: Seth and Nirva Discuss About Working with Integrity Music & Their New Album "Never Alone"

    Widely-known for lending their acclaimed vocals on projects and tours by multi-platinum, GRAMMY, Dove and Stellar Award winning artists, husband and wife Seth and Nirva Ready announce the global release of their long-awaited full-length debut album, Never Alone, May 27 on Integrity Music.

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  • Seth & Nirva “Never Alone” Album Review

    Historically, Integrity Music has always chartered for congregational worship via albums produced by megachurches (Planetshakers, Hillsong) or prominent internationally renowned worship leaders (Darlene Zschech, Paul Baloche). Rarely have they taken a fancy for more "individualistic" artists unless they are extremely sublime.

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  • ** CLASSIC CHRISTIAN ALBUM ** Amy Grant’s “How Mercy Looks From Here” Album Review

    Amy Grant is like the writer of Ecclesiastes. Though God may not be mentioned in every page of this Biblical book, His punctilious presence looms like a lingering shadow over every discourse, idea and event.

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  • Doug Anderson “The Only One” Album Review

    If there's one thing to say about Doug Anderson's latest StowTown Records "The Only One," it's that it's a wholistic record. It's one of those records that doesn't deal with theology in abstract. Rather, these newly recorded 11 songs take the truths of God and engage them in the daily happenstances of life.

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  • Travis Ryan “Until My Voice is Gone (Live)” Album Review

    Travis Ryan has been known to champion big-sounding worship anthems with theologically robust lyrics. One listen to Ryan's songs reveals that this former Saddleback Church worship leader is not into worship songs that are frivolous in their contents. Neither is he into songs that ride along the ambiguous fence of a secular love song and a worship shout-out. "

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  • Wynonna & the Judds “Love Can Build a Bridge: Songs of Faith, Hope and Love” Album Review

    Curb Records is (in)famous for two things. First, they are good at churning out compilation albums at bullet speed. Curb's former star artist Tim McGraw is a prime example. In the last 15 years, Curb Records release 10 "greatest hits" albums that come in variegated permutations. Wynonna Judd, being one of the few veteran country artists, still signed to be imprint, now gets the same treatment with the release of "Love Can Build a Bridge: Songs of Faith, Hope and Love."

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  • Vital Worship “Songs for the Living King Volume 2” Album Review

    Despite the deluge of worship albums coming from megachurches, there's something refreshing about Vital Worship's brand new set "Songs for the Living King Volume 2." Rather, than just allowing one church team to dominate an entire record of songs, Vital Worship gathers songs from growing church worship leaders as well as more established church teams.

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  • Ernie Haase & Signature Sound “The Favorite Hymns of Fanny Crosby” Album Review

    Though Fanny Crosby was blind since she was a little child, she had 20/20 vision when it came to seeing her Savior. Crosby, like Isaac Watts and Charles Wesley before her, has enriched our vocabulary of worship with her hymns. Rightfully touted as the "Mother of the hymnal," Crosby has written over 9,000 hymns, many were birthed out of her own struggles and pain.

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