Keep 2016 going strong with these new worship albums & songs!
“Have It All” by Bethel Music
Featuring 13 worship leaders from the Bethel Music team & 14 new songs focused on God’s nature, His promises & His presence in our lives, this album captures the refreshing essence of live worship and includes spontaneous moments as those gathered respond in to God’s presence.
“Edge Of Heaven” by River Valley Worship
“We’re writing songs that hopefully capture just piece of the majesty, the greatness, of the God that we serve, sing to and live for.” – Ryan Williams. Edge of Heaven, was recorded live at the River Valley campus.
“Take Heart” by Covenant Worship
“Take Heart,” the newest record from Covenant Worship – the music ministry of the Dallas area based Covenant Church, is distinctively more upbeat with its bouncy synths and punchy melodies than previous albums. The project is inspired by Jesus’ words in John 16:33 “Take heart, I have overcome the world.”
“Youth Revival” by Hillsong Young & Free
Infused with energetic loops & dance beats, Hillsong Young & Free, one of the new creations of the worship ministry that has grown from Hillsong Church in Australia, is a group with a specific goal in mind: come together to make worship music for the next generation.
“Here As In Heaven” by Elevation Worship
This new live album “Here As In Heaven,” recorded at the Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina, declares that the Kingdom of God is here among us & inspires listeners to worship with a new sense of expectation and passion, to let our lives be the evidence of His presence on earth.
“Eclipsed” by Fellowship Creative
This album tells the story of what God has done & is doing in the lives of Fellowship Church. Walking the line between electronically driven pop and guitar-driven rock worship, “Eclipsed” takes the best of both worlds for a modern worship album that pushes the movement forward.
“Inheritance” by Audrey Assad
Audrey Assad’s newest album reflects a unique soundscape featuring lush textures & wide, expansive rhythms that allow her beautiful voice to glide effortlessly over a diverse landscape of prayerful contemplation.
“Let It Echo” by Jesus Culture
With an undercurrent of electronic beats, rhythms, and a brisk tempos, “Let It Echo” is different from their preceding records, in the sense that it wasn’t recorded at their large concert settings, but instead, the individual songs were recorded during worship services across various Sundays.
“Anchour Studio Sessions” by Vineyard Music
Musicians and worship leaders from all over the Northeast U.S. also collaborated on this effort which will inspire churches and worshippers alike to discover new artistic expression and imagination within the songs we sing.
“Hymns II: Shine On Us” by Michael W. Smith
Michael W. Smith has partnered once again with Cracker Barrel Old Country Store for the exclusive “Hymns II – Shine On Us.” This album features 16 of the top classics.