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  • Brandon Heath “Faith Hope Love Repeat” Album Review

    In every era of CCM (Contemporary Christian Music) there are the standard gatekeepers who ensure that the genre's music are kept abreast with the times. A generation ago, there were Amy Grant, Kathy Troccoli, and Michael W. Smith. In today's current crop, there are David Gunn, Matthew West and Brandon Heath.

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  • Matt Marvane “Resistance: The English EP” EP Review

    Matt Marvane's EP titular "Resistance: The English EP" needs some explanation. Marvane is a French worship leader. And in his homeland of France, Marvane is not only known for his worship songs, he also has had success in the secular sphere.

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  • Bradley Walker “Blessed: Hymns and Songs of Faith” Album Review

    Though Bradley Walker is signed to Gaither Music, he's vastly different from the imprint's representative genre of artists. He isn't your typical Southern Gospel soloist. Rather, gifted with a smooth backwoods tenor that calls to mind a younger Vince Gill, there's flourishes of bluegrass and country in his Gospel music.

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  • Jeremy Camp “The Answer” Album Review

    Jeremy Camp takes the adage "if it ain't broken, don't fix it" seriously. He has adopted the same patented template he has had been using for his last couple of albums on "The Answer."

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  • The Kingdom Heirs “The Last Big Thing” Album Review

    As orotund as the titular may suggest, "The Last Big Thing" is indeed a big record. Its hugeness is manifested in at least two areas.

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  • Kathie Lee Gifford “The Little Giant” Album Review

    You need to be incarnational if you want to make a children's album. Many artists who attempt such a venture often fail when they try to make a kids' record they like without ever asking the million dollar question: "what makes children tick?"

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  • Christy Nockels “Be Held - Lullabies For The Beloved” Album Review

    On first blush, Christy Nockels' brand new album may be met with utter disappointment. After more than two years since her seminal "Let It Be Jesus," one would expect her to drop her next worship project.

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  • Matt Maher “Echoes” Album Review

    Matt Maher doesn't write in a vacuum. While many of his peers do not invest too much time in crafting their lyrics, Maher makes sure his lyrics connect both the church's past and present. Every song he writes resonates with echoes of lines from the church's hymnody or the allusions of Scripture.

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  • Matt Redman “Glory Song” Album Review

    Racism does rear its ugly head in our worship music. It's the white elephant few worship leaders and pastors care to address. You don't have to be a music expert to know that the sounds of praise in an African American church is vastly dissimilar to what is being sung in a white or American-Asian church. Matt Redman, God bless his heart, takes a bold Gospel step to breach this tacit divide with this new record.

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  • Critic's Choices: Darlene Zschech's Best Worship Songs

    On September 8, World-renowned worship leader, best-selling author and Hope Unlimited Church Sr. Pastor Darlene Zschech celebrated her birthday. In a way of helping Zschech celebrate her 52nd birthday, we have compiled 10 videos of Zschech's most memorable worship songs.

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