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Where the Battle Rages

  • Dr. James Emery White |
  • September 20, 2010 |
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Love God. Love People. an Ambitious Mix for Israel Houghton

In the spirit of the Bible's greatest commandment reflected in its title, Israel Houghton's new album is both simple and epic—a clearly ambitious mix of R&B, gospel, pop, worship, and rock packed with big moments that all boil down to loving God and loving your neighbor.

Worship Is a Big Deal, part 3

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • September 15, 2010 |
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The Afters Light Up the Sky with Latest

On Light Up the Sky, The Afters has shed the grunge rock sounds of its former days and crafted 10 songs that fall in line with modern-day Top 40. Longtime fans, however, will not be disappointed, because the accessibility of these songs makes every melody infectious.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • September 14, 2010 |
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Family Comes Together on Steven Curtis Chapman's New Tour

Steven Curtis Chapman and his family are embarking on a 34-city tour, billed as "A Night with the Chapmans." Steven will play some of his most memorable music from the last two decades, his wife Mary Beth will share from the pages of her new book, and his sons' band Caleb will rock the house with their unique blend of alt-rock.

Kerrie Roberts Makes a Memorable First Impression on Debut

Already making a name for herself on Christian radio, thanks to her uber catchy lead single "No Matter What," Kerrie Roberts has one of those instantly memorable voices a la Natalie Grant that's definitely put to good use on her self-titled debut.

  • Christa Banister |
  • September 07, 2010 |
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Worship Is A Big Deal: Part 2

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • September 03, 2010 |
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Burning Like the Midnight Sun a Welcome Return for The Choir

After twenty-five years and little commercial success, alternative Christian rock band The Choir gracefully continues on its own terms, still making the art of thoughtful lyrics, fine melodies, and interesting music sound easy on this twelfth album, Burning Like the Midnight Sun.

House of Heroes Has Some Fun in Suburba

When any band delivers an album that fans and critics both love, expectations can't help but run sky high for the inevitable follow-up. And while Suburba doesn't quite surpass last year's breakout release, it's certainly House of Heroes' most fun album, hands down.

Worship Is A Big Deal: Part 1

  • Tullian Tchividjian |
  • August 26, 2010 |
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Natalie Grant: It's Time for a Love Revolution

Though Natalie Grant has amassed an impressive and highly lauded body of work over the last 11 years, August 24 marks the release of her eighth album, Love Revolution—a project, she says, that is a result of her compelling desire to call people to action, specifically to a radical love.

McClarney's Collection Focuses on His Defender

A soulful collection of 15 songs, Chris McClarney's Defender rings true to its name. The album sets the mood for listeners with a pervasive sense of longing to be in God's presence, trusting that his promises are true, and painting a picture of who God really is.

Gagging on Gaga

While her preoccupation with violence, sexual promiscuity and exhibitionism may be her path to fame, they are also a symptom of a hungry, sad and unsatisfied soul.

Steak on a Paper Plate: A Reflection on Worship

For many churches, the biggest requirement for a “worship set” is novelty. We’re aiming for an experience. So we put together a worship service that is more influenced by the latest hits on Christian radio than by theology or history. It’s like eating steak on a paper plate.

Video Interview: House of Heroes

Stephen Sanders from TheFish.com hangs out with House of Heroes at The Canal Club in Richmond, Va to talk about their new album, Suburba!

Chris August Tells His Story in No Far Away

No Far Away, the debut release from singer/songwriter Chris August under the Fervent record label, is an honest collection. The majority of songs tell a part of his story from brokenness to restoration with a glossy pop/rock sound and clean R&B influenced vocals.

Your Masterpiece Shimmers with Ashmont Hill's Vocal Prowess

Possessing the vocal prowess of music veterans, April, Deborah, Philip and Wil—otherwise known as Ashmont Hill—distribute a heavy-hitting inspirational hybrid of gospel-tinged modern worship and potent power ballads on their second national release.

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.

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