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  • Matt Redman “Glory Song” Album Review

    Racism does rear its ugly head in our worship music. It's the white elephant few worship leaders and pastors care to address. You don't have to be a music expert to know that the sounds of praise in an African American church is vastly dissimilar to what is being sung in a white or American-Asian church. Matt Redman, God bless his heart, takes a bold Gospel step to breach this tacit divide with this new record.

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  • Critic's Choices: Darlene Zschech's Best Worship Songs

    On September 8, World-renowned worship leader, best-selling author and Hope Unlimited Church Sr. Pastor Darlene Zschech celebrated her birthday. In a way of helping Zschech celebrate her 52nd birthday, we have compiled 10 videos of Zschech's most memorable worship songs.

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  • Kristene DiMarco “Where His Light Was” Album Review

    Kristene DiMarco has found her niche with album #4. While her first two albums adopt the coffee house singer-songwriter template where she didn't have much room to manoeuvre beyond her folkish whispers, her previous album "Mighty" leans towards the other extreme. "Mighty" as the titular suggests was as subtle as a sledgehammer.

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  • Gateway “Monuments” Album Review

    Standing at the gateway of feeding the church with her vocabulary of worship are Bethel Music, Darlene Zschech, Jesus Culture, Housefires, Chris Tomlin, Hillsong Worship, Matt Redman, Passion Worship and Gateway. These are the teams and artists that have been most influential in shaping the church's praise. Thus, any release coming from these names are paramount in terms of their theology and musical expressions.

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  • Michael English “Love is the Golden Rule” Album Review

    When was the last time you heard a couple of Ray Charles’ covers and the 80s synth-pop music of Mike and the Mechanics on a Southern Gospel release? Michael English is perhaps the uncanny exception.

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  • Holly Starr “Human” Album Review

    "Human" is conterminously an appropriate titular as well as the most incongruous title for Holly Starr's latest release. Given that many of the songs reflect Starr's own personal life, such as her recent marriage ("Umbrella") and recent passing of her grandmother ("Sailing"), this album is most aptly titled in this regard. No song on this record is ever devoid of Starr's personal fingerprints.

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  • Miriam Webster “Faithful” Album Review

    Over the years, Hillsong Church has had nurtured countless protégés who have had carved out successful solo careers for themselves. This includes former worship pastor Darlene Zschech, songwriter Mia Fieldes (who co-wrote Zach Williams' #1 smash "Chainbreaker"), crossover phenom Brooke Fraser, and Miriam Webster.

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  • Jesus Culture “Love Has a Name” Album Review

    If there is an adjective that best describes Jesus Culture's brand new live album, it's the word "big."

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