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  • North Point Insideout “Nothing Ordinary” EP Review

    Within the purview of worship music, there's a burgeoning of "youth" oriented church bands. Perhaps compelled in large measure by Hillsong Young and Free, nowadays more and more teenagers find it "cool" to sing the praises of Jesus than drinking alcohol and smoking weed in some seedy nightclub.

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  • Rita Springer “Battles” Album Review

    "Mama Bear" that's what Rita Springer has been affectionately been called. Springer is one of the few veteran worship leaders out there that is still able to stay current and is still be able to influence the next generation. In our culture which has sadly favored the young and the beautiful, there is little room for yesteryear's icons.

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  • Jaci Velasquez “Trust” Album Review

    It's difficult to phantom that Jaci Velasquez has not released a worship album before. Having three platinum and three gold albums, 16 singles # 1 singles, 7 Dove Awards, and 5 Grammy nominations under her belt, it's finally time for Velasquez to record an album where all the songs are directed towards God.

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  • 5 Songs for Good Friday & Easter We Are Excited About

    With Good Friday and Easter less than a month away, worship leaders must be wondering what new songs they could add to their songset. Here are 5 songs that speak of the Cross and resurrection of Christ we are excited about. Not only do they faithful expound on the themes surrounding the last week of Jesus' life, they are also written with the congregation in mind. So, check them out.

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  • Brian Free “Signature Ballads” Album Review

    Brian Free doesn't believe in padding. Free touts that every song in each of his record serves a purpose. And each track has been carefully and prayerfully chosen to enhance the theme(s) of the project. This means he doesn't believe padding his albums with filler songs. Such a conviction is largely upheld over the course of Brian Free & Assurance's lengthy career.

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  • Daystar Worship “Light Will Find” EP Review

    It's become a trend these days that churches of some considerable size would want their worship teams to release their own music. And it's even trendier now that record companies are just as keen to make these records available as it is easier to meet budget if a large swath of members from these megachurches would each purchase a copy. As a result, the quality of worship music plummets. Just because a church is huge doesn't automatically means that their music is anointed or even inspired. Daystar Worship is one of those exceptions to the rule.

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  • Selah “Unbreakable” Album Review

    Selah's "Unbreakable" makes the listening experience pleasurable by avoiding one perennial error. Unlike many of their peers, they are not myopic.

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