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  • Richard Smallwood With Vision “Anthology Live” Album Review

    Every album that Richard Smallwood releases is an event. Longtime fans of Smallwood often wait with bated breath for his albums to drop. This is because they know that God is always at the cynosure with each of Smallwood’s live recordings.

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  • Graham Kendrick “Ultimate Collection” Album Review

    Graham Kendrick is not one to treat Jesus as a transcendent boyfriend of the church. While many worship songs these days can easily pass muster if they were vying for a spot on secular radio, Kendrick is not content just to treat worship songs as one of those sanctified mushy love songs.

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  • Onething Live “Shout Your Name” Album Review

    Many worship albums suffer from a dearth of a thematic cohesiveness. They function like a “mixed-tape” of songs coming from variegated artists stringed together aimlessly into an album of sorts. Hence, there is no thematic or narrative build-up or tension or flow across the record, making the whole disc sounds like an ad hoc affair.

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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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  • The McKameys “What If” Album Review

    In a recent interview with Hallels, Peg McKamey reveals that they ploughed through over hundreds of songs before narrowing down to these final ten. Such meticulousness in securing the best songs to record has always been a patented trademark of the McKameys. While many of their peers have had either disbanded or retired or evolved, the McKameys have been going from strength to strength ever since their debut in 1954.

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  • Jeff and Sheri Easter “Small Town” Album Review

    You can never appreciate a small town in a hurry. Jeff and Sheri Easter know this first hand. Instead of giving us a rehearsed blink, through these 11 newly recorded cuts, the Easters take the time to moor through the byways of life's small town touring us through the scenic sights of God's grace.

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  • Trey Ivey “Timeless” Album Review

    Anyone who steeped in rigorous playing of the piano can be a facile melodist. But few can take the same instrumental pieces and transform them into worship events. Musical hallways where we come face to face with the Almighty God, where we experience the cathartic re-telling of the Gospel as the stories of the old familiar hymns flashes before over purview again and again. Trey Ivey is one of those exceptions.

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