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  • Urban Rescue Chats About Rend Collective, Their Album & Being Hydrated

    Urban Rescue is a revival band from Los Angeles and the first ever act signed to Rend Family Records - a partnership between Irish worship band Rend Collective and Capitol Christian Music Group.

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  • Kingdom Bound Festival's COO Matt Gould Shares the Vision Behind this Year's Festival

    The annual Kingdom Bound Festival is one of the largest and longest running Christian Music festivals in the United States. This year, they are celebrating our 30th anniversary. As one of the longest running festivals in the country, the festival team has a unique perspective on Christian music, both its past, where it stands today, and where it (and the idea of Christian music festivals) are headed for the future.

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  • Country Music Veteran Holly Dunn Shares About Her Faith in the Midst of Battling Cancer

    Country music fans would remember her hits such as "Daddy's Hands," "Love Someone Like Me," "You Really Me Going," "Are You Ever Gonna Love Me." Holly Dunn was the face of country music from the mid-80s right into the late 90s. Known for her songwriting prowess, Dunn had often co-written her songs with her brother and one of Nashville's most sought after songwriter Chris Waters.

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  • Anthony LaBruno Talks About Worship About His New EP "Into the Deep"

    After years of writing and leading worship songs at his local church, Abundant Life Worship Center, the time had come for Anthony LaBruno to launch out and record his debut album, "Into the Deep," making his music available to individual listeners and church congregations alike. Anthony LaBruno has been a worship leader and songwriter since 2007. He has an unmistakable passion for the pursuit of God's presence, and is faithfully devoted to bringing others along with him.

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  • Exclusive: Keesha Rainey Reveals Details About Her New Single & Upcoming Album

    Nashville native Keesha Rainey began traveling and performing along-side the quartet group Donnie, Darryl, & The Joyboyz. With the Joyboyz tutelage and via their indie label JSound Records, Keesha released her debut album BREAKTHROUGH in 2009 which ignited her talent as a songwriter. Keesha wrote the title track "Breakthrough" and co-wrote "Rejoice In The Lord" which hit #1 on several internet radio stations in 2010.

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  • William Murphy “Demonstrate” Album Review

    Operating on six cylinders, you can feel the energy and passion of Bishop William Murphy leaping out of the speakers as soon as the first few notes resonate. Murphy sings with a holy abandonment that is nothing less than pulverising. Thus,"Demonstrate" is more than just a record. This whole album is a Holy-Spirit moment caught on tape.

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  • Keith and Kristyn Getty “Facing a Task Unfinished” Album Review

    Hailed as the Charles Wesley of the 21st Century, Keith and Kristyn Getty have resourced the church's worship with vocabulary that goes beyond a hook and five repeated lines. On the other, the hymns of the Gettys are not old fashioned and jaded, mummified in the musical noirs of the Victorian era. Rather, they are musically engaging and refreshingly contemporary.

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  • Our Favorite Father’s Day Worship Songs

    This Sunday churches in many across the globe will be celebrating Father's Day. Besides honouring our own human fathers, it's also an opportunity to celebrate our heavenly Father for His sovereignty, redemption, and providence. Here are a few of our favorite worship songs that can help us worship our Father in heaven.

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  • 3C Live “Send Your Rain” Album Review

    Missionary pioneer William Carey used to say: "Expect great things for God; attempt great things for God." When it comes to God's and his glory, 3C Live hold nothing back. One listen to this newly released DREAM Worship album, you know that great things are at our threshold when 3C Live worships.

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  • Shelly E. Johnson “Christ Be Everything Live” EP Review

    Fans of Shelly E. Johnson are not complaining. While many have to wait for years before their favorite artist drops a new release, “Christ Be Everything LIVE” arrives only a few months after her preceding EP “Measureless.” Such fecundity and accelerated pace of releases do not mean that “Christ Be Everything LIVE” is a shoddy affair.

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  • The McKameys “Something Worth Saving” Album Review

    Longevity gets a new definition with the McKameys. While many artists would be content if they could rank up a dozen albums under their belt over the course of their careers, "Something Worth Saving" is the McKameys' 52nd album! And they have been signed to Horizon Records ever since 1992. Such a fleet is unheard of in these days of fledging loyalties

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  • Favorite Worship Songs 2016: A Half Yearly Review

    Half a year has passed. During these last six months, we have been blessed by many releases of songs that give expressions to worship. Based on the albums that have been submitted to us, we have chosen 10 of our favorite worship services that could do well in the service of congregational worship. Only songs that were submitted to us, songs that appeal to congregational singing, and songs that were released in 2016 were considered for this tally.

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