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  • Sean Feucht “Wild” Album Review

    Bethel Music's Sean Feucht's "Wild" is described as a missionally-inspired endeavor. Whilst many worship records are mostly centered around God and the local church, Feucht takes a further step in crafting songs detailing God's overarching salvific plan for the world ( "Till The Whole Earth Looks Like Heaven"), God's love for refugees ("Still Will I Love"), and how God motivates us to be his heart and hands ("Heart and Hands").

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  • Ben and Noelle Kilgore “A Resting Place” EP Review

    Some worship records are loud, rock-oriented and grandiose. Whilst others are contemplative, reflective and soulful. Ben and Noelle Kilgore's debut EP for Integrity Music falls into the latter category.

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  • Francesca Battistelli “Own It” Album Review

    When Francesca Battistelli first hit the airwaves in 2008, she was a breed of her own. Her girl-next-door quirkiness makes her lyrics sound like homespun slogans that ring in our heads even after the song is over.

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  • Josh Turner “I Serve a Savior” Album Review

    Alan Jackson, Alabama and Randy Travis have all taken spiritual detours at various stages of their careers before. They have all released Christian albums. For all three stalwarts, such excursions have been handsomely rewarded with #1 albums both on the country and Christian album charts. And for Randy Travis such a diversion has even revitalised his fledging career when his Christian-themed single "Three Wooden Crosses" became his first country #1 record in years.

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  • Matthew Parker “Daydreamer” Album Review

    EDM was what first brought Matthew Parker to the dance. Cutting his teeth as an ace remixer for Capital Kings, Lecrae and Jonathan Thulin, Parker has been a wiz as far as electronic music is concerned. At the tender age of only 24, Parker has not one of the most sort after remixer.

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  • Darlene Zschech & HopeUC “The Table: A Christmas Worship Gathering” Album Review

    The album cover of Darlene Zschech's new Christmas album is most telling. There's no snow-covered mistletoes; there's no picture of Zschech cozying up by a fireplace; and thank goodness there's no pic of dear old Saint Nick. Darlene Zschech has wisely savaged Christmas music from the North American stereo typing and hijacking.

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  • Chris Tomlin “Holy Roar” Album Review

    Over the years, Chris Tomlin has had nailed down the formula for what a surefire worship song ought to sound like. And to his credit, his template is well-acknowledged, esteemed and upheld by countless worship leaders all over the world.

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  • TobyMac “The Elements” Album Review

    "The Elements" is TobyMac's first album in three years, and the wait is definitely worth it.

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  • Michael Farren “Fighting for Us” Album Review

    Michael Farren has on been on creative roll for more than a decade. Avid connoisseurs of songwriter's credits will remember his name. He is the proud co-writer of songs such as "Sing It Now" (Reba McEntire), "Washed Away" (Michael W. Smith), "Trust in You" (Lauren Dangle), "For All of Us" (Natalie Grant) and many others.

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  • Steve Ladd “Come Up Clean” Album Review

    Steve Ladd packs in a punch in every syllable he articulates. There's such an embedded passionate in his vocals that you can't help but sit up and listen. Thus, if there's something you can't fault Steve Ladd, it's that he means every word he sings.

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