1. Darlene Zschech "In Jesus' Name: A Legacy of Worship and Faith"
Coming on February 10th is the first Integrity Music compilation of Darlene Zschech's songs. Featuring some of her biggest songs with Hillsong Worship including "Shout to the Lord," "Worthy is the Lamb," "Power of Your Love" and her latter releases including "In Jesus' Name" and "Victor's Crown," this 15 song collection will get us worshipping from its first note. The album will feature the new song "My Highest Hope" and a few surprises.
2. Brandon Heath "No Turning Back"
Also arriving on February 10th is Brandon Heath's most personal album. Celebrating twenty years since he was saved, Heath went back to the camp grounds where he first met Jesus to craft this album. Writing with the same freshness as when he first met the Lord with the wisdom of years of hindsight, this album brims with depth and vitality!
3. Shane and Shane "The Worship Initiative"
This year, Shane and Shane had recorded covers of 100 popular worship tracks played by A-list musicians, videotaping each instrument in detail. They then added inductive Bible training, devotions to accompany each song and a scripture search function to put the word of God in leaders mouth's as they are using these songs corporately. This new Fair Trade release celebrates the best of The Worship Initiative recordings, taking some of the newly- launched website's top tracks and enhancing the production a bit, then adding additional brand new worship covers. Releases on March 24.
4. The Erwins "Ready to Sail"
Setting sail to the record store nearby on February 3 is the Erwins' debut album for Wayne Haun and Ernie Hasse's StowTown Records. Keith, Kody, Kris and Katie bring their sensational sibling symmetry to this powerfully designed project by one of Southern Gospel's fastest-rising Mixed Groups.
5. Jeremy Camp "I Will Follow"
Jeremy Camp returns with his all-new album on February 3. This will be his first album since 2013's "Reckless." The lead single "He Knows" is already becoming a fan favorite and it's in heavy rotation across many radio stations in the country.