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  • Matt Redman “Let There Be Wonder” Album Review

    Matt Redman is the only songwriter to have a stronghold on the CCLI Top 10, a chart that keeps track of the most popular songs sung across churches in North America. Two of Redman's co-writes, including, "10,000 Reasons" and "Build My Life," are securely locked in at the positions of #1 and #8 respectively.

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  • Tauren Wells “Citizen of Heaven” Album Review

    Tauren Wells' "Citizen of Heaven" checks every item a pop-centric CCM record needs to have. Vibrant tunes with those peppy beats, worship ballads with those epic choruses, and the occasional rap stabs to show its agility to cross-over to the hip hop world, everything that panders to CCM radio is here.

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  • JJ Weeks “The Sound of Freedom” EP Review

    If you are looking for a record that is drenched with King Jesus, look no farther than JJ Weeks' "The Sound of Freedom."

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  • Various Artists “Simple Hymns: Songs of Communion” Album Review

    "Simple Hymns: Songs of Communion" is the fourth instalment in the "Simple Hymns" series. This is a series that has been developed by Venture3Media to resource the church's worship by providing (mostly) newly written hymns with theologically richer vocabulary. Rather than singing over and over again of Jesus as the church's never failing boyfriend extraordinarie, these songs actually unpack the great doctrines of Scripture executed in contemporary measures.

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  • Mandisa “Overcomer: Greatest Hits” Album Review

    Mandisa is indeed an overcomer. She's one of the few survivors from the onslaught of American Idol contestants looking for record deals and hit records. Other than Carrie Underwood and Mandisa, most of the alumni of the popular singing contest are either struggling to get their music out or they have returned to their day jobs.

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  • 10 Best Worship Songs of 2019

    2019 has not been short of great worship songs.

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  • We the Kingdom “Live at the Wheelhouse” EP Review

    The songs of We the Kingdom are captivating. They have straddled the tacit divide between raw expressions of worship and the polished stadium-filling explosions of praise well.

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  • Master’s Voice “Solace” Album Review

    This album has "real life" written all over it. These 12 songs contain lyrics that speak penetratingly and prophetically into our lives and our circumstances.

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  • Reba Rambo “Lady” Album Review

    The 70s was the decade where music was central to culture. It was an era where there were fewer competitors for one's entertainment. Video game machines were as big as your refrigerators and they are only found in arcades. Television shows in most homes were still in black and white with only a small handful of channels.

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  • Sovereign Grace Music “Glorious Christ (Live)” Album Review

    Sovereign Grace Music's "Glorious Christ (Live)" straddles between contemporary worship music and liturgically-driven hymns. On one hand, they have wisely eschewed worship songs that are nothing more than just the outburst of emotions over over-recycled love-song-esque lyrics. On the other hand, they have avoided those stuffy hymns that require a dictionary to decipher the meaning of the archaic lyrics. Rather, what we have here are 14 well-curated contemporary worship songs with words that are theologically rich and poetically intricate.

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