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  • Thrive Worship “A Thousand More” Album Review

    In short, though Thrive Worship does reinvent the wheel of worship music, they still have their merits.

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  • Chris Golden “Grateful” Album Review

    Chris Golden brings us back to the golden age of country music in the 90s. Every track on "Grateful" not only has a strong melodic line but they are hummable within a couple of listens.

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  • Hillsong UNITED “People” Album Review

    Expectations are sky-high when it comes to Hillsong UNITED's new album "People." After all, how many church collectives can claim that they have one double platinum single ("Oceans"), one platinum single ("So Will I") and one gold single ("Touch the Sky")? How many artists (Christian or secular) can boast that their song spent 61 non-consecutive weeks at the No. 1 spot as "Oceans" did in 2014 and 2016.

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  • Sarah Kroger “Bloom” Album Review

    Sarah Kroger has a voice that commands attention. Her voice is wrenching: it is utterly vulnerable displaying the refraction of brokenness when she sings about our weaknesses before the Lord.

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  • Mallary Hope “Out of My Hands” Album Review

    Mallary Hope's "Out of My Hands" is the type of album you want to turn out loud as you coast along for a day trip on a cool summer's day.

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  • 5 Songs for Good Friday, Easter & Beyond

    With the Easter season around the corner, here's a look at some songs that could stir our hearts and minds in commemoration and celebration of history's greatest event.

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  • Lou Fellingham “Made for You” Album Review

    Not many worship songwriters can take the theological fabric of hymns and dress them in contemporary garb in ways that minister both to the head and heart. In this regard, UK Worship leader Lou Fellingham is without peer.

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  • The Talleys “Hymns of the Faith” Album Review

    Many hymns don't have expiration dates because the melodies are so memorable. The words are not only theological supple but the poetry is simply synoptically intricate. The Talleys know this; this is why in most of their albums, they have had always include a hymn or two.

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  • Paul Wilbur “Roar from Zion” Album Review

    "Roar from Zion" isn't just the titular of this record; it's also the thrust and ethos of these songs. Bold, epic, kinetic, dramatic and engaging are Paul Wilbur and his team.

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  • Steven Curtis Chapman “Deeper Roots: Where the Bluegrass Grows” Album Review

    Even in his CCM pop prime, there's always a country streak in Steven Curtis Chapman. In fact, some of his earlier songs beg for country makeovers. How cool would it be, for instance, to have a Garth Brooks-esque take on Chapman's "The Great Adventure:" "Saddle up your horses into the great unknown...."

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