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Chris McClarney's Defender: Working All Things Out for Our Good

With the release of Defender, Chris McClarney delivers one of the most soulful modern worship collections in recent years—a triumphant proclamation that God's got his sleeves rolled up and he's working it all out for our good ... even if we can't see it.

  • Melissa Riddle-Chalos |
  • August 10, 2010 |
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Andrew Peterson Focuses on Things That Matter in Counting Stars

Andrew Peterson's latest undertaking is a starry tapestry woven tightly with what he says are the "things that matter." Counting Stars is his thirteenth studio project and bursts with the singer-songwriter's affable and honest storytelling abilities.

Plenty of R&B and Gospel on Marvin Sapp's Here I Am

Between his time in Commissioned and solo superstardom anchored by the 40-plus-week chart topping single "Never Would Have Made It," Marvin Sapp's more than proved his place atop the contemporary gospel scene.

City of Life Worships Live on Newest Offering

City of Life, the praise team from central Florida's multi-cultural mega-church, turns in a communal worship experience that simultaneously conveys the energy of a live Sunday service, while ushering individual listeners into a prayerful mindset.

Newsboys' Rebirth is Creatively Challenged on Born Again

Newsboys have always shined a little brighter in the live setting, and Born Again has far too much studio spit and shine. Now don't get me wrong, I'm all for an album of catchy pop songs. But something about this collection feels a little too contrived—even a little safe and boring.

Waterdeep Gives Folk-Rock Some Punch In the Middle of It

One thing Waterdeep's Don and Lori Chaffer have never lacked is creativity. Dousing their latest quirky folk-rock with extra punch, the dynamic duo turns a kaleidoscope of sounds into a shimmering tapestry of musical color.

In Feast or Fallow Gives Modern Voice to Hymns

Understanding the church's hunger for classic liturgy, singer/songwriter Sandra McCracken compiles her second hymns recording, delicately refashioning historic, sacred songs by replacing their antiquated musical contexts with a modern voice.

Petree's Weakness Makes You Beautiful Inspires

Expect plenty of keyboards colliding with electric guitars, allowing some songs to land in dance floor circles and others to adapt an alternative rock centering. All the while, Petree's lyrics inspire listeners to seize each day and transform weaknesses into assets.

Katie Warren Offers Worshipful Pop with Gentle Whispers

Conjuring up the passionate deliveries of signature vocalists like Christy Nockels and Susan Ashton, Texas-based singer/songwriter Katie Warren expertly weaves through 12 songs that both question and confirm her sincere faith.

Hawkology a Brilliant Choice for Newcomers

This triple disc set doesn't include any new material, but it bundles together the group's first three projects—Letters to the President, Smile It's the End of the World and Hawk Nelson ... Is My Friend—at a budget price.

Carlos Whittaker Brings Ragamuffin Soul to the Worship Arena

Lyrically channeling his spiritual thoughtfulness into a modern musical mix, singer/songwriter Carlos Whittaker's debut package, Ragamuffin Soul, is a worthy competitor for his worship contemporaries.

The O.C. Supertones ReUnite for a Bit

After a five-year hiatus, Christian ska's favorite sons are back together for some summer spot dates at major festivals. Though this isn't the reunion albums fans were hoping for, it's an ultra fun 13-track recollection of the group's horn-heavy catalogue thus far.

Revelation Songs Offers More Compelling Worship

Revelation Songs is a star-studded project. And though that summary may cause its vertical focus to be discounted, be not mistaken—each professional performance is only a gateway into compelling worship of the One true celebrity.

Nightlights Marks Progression for Jimmy Needham

The growth curve climbed exactly as imagined. For those who've caught the first two Jimmy Needham releases—2006's Speak and 2008's Not Without Love—the Houston native's progression continues at the same impressive rate as before on Nightlights.

Delirious? Goes Out with a Brilliant Farewell Show

The Farewell Show—Live in London CD and DVD packs in plenty of career crests from the band's history-making tenure, captured in front of more than 5,000 fans at the UK's sold-out Hammersmith Apollo.

Robert Randolph Goes Back to American Roots on We Walk This Road

Before recording We Walk This Road, Robert Randolph and producer T-Bone Burnett spent hours listening to American roots music, including everything from old spirituals to current popular music. Then they took what they believed to be a good sampling and began infusing them with Randolph's signature, pedal-steel sound.

College Pop Matures on What We Want, What We Get

A former staple on the college music circuit, one of Nashville's favorite, formerly independent singer/songwriters, Dave Barnes, is maturing into a full-fledged pop artist with his fourth full-length project, What We Want, What We Get.

Sixteen Cities' Debut Not Distinct Enough

Sixteen Cities enjoys a nice, comfortable road down the well-paved highway known as Christian pop on its debut—making a decent enough, self-titled album in the process but not enough to make a distinct mark.

Modern Pop Found in Everything You've Been Looking For

The young collective's first full-length record, Everything You've Been Looking For, is simply modern pop with a slightly retro slant thanks to Cameron Jaymes' lead vocal hints at vintage soul and a plethora of diminished chord progressions.

Hymns Reinvented on Some Glad Morning

Familiar tunes abound on Hymns: Some Glad Morning, but every track has been reinvented beautifully by Cindy Morgan. Each song roots itself just enough in the rich gospel tradition without relenting to the predictable formats that have gone before.

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