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Styles Wide-Ranging on Born Is the King

Born Is the King contains a few signature moments, but is perhaps too wide-ranging in musical styles to truly hit its stride.

High-Energy Awakening Points to Jesus

This set is a mixture of both covers and originals recorded at Jesus Culture’s Awakening Conference in Chicago earlier this year.

Lavik Brings Warmth to Christmas

Like Jack Johnson and James Taylor, worship leader Jadon Lavik creates an especially warm, easy listen on Christmas.

Caterer Delivers a Low-Key Christmas

In his low-key holiday EP, Josh Caterer reflects the fresh faith and family-and-friends fun that make December so special.

Glory Smith’s Second Instrumental Outing

While Glory doesn’t come off as creatively inspired as Michael W. Smith’s instrumental debut, it’s still a glorious celebration.

Nash Pays Homage with Hymns & Sacred Songs

Leigh Nash pays homage to her worship roots beautifully and ushers in a rare, reverential experience in a potent way.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • November 17, 2011 |
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Lives Celebrated in Tomlin’s Collection

Chris Tomlin’s collection does more than highlight his greatest hits. It’s a celebration of the lives impacted by these songs.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • November 16, 2011 |
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Worship Lives on in God’s Not Dead

God’s Not Dead feels like another reminder that newsboys is still the same pop/rock band that does worship music well.

Run Kid Run Rocks in Patterns

Despite their adolescent moniker and punk origins, rock foursome Run Kid Run has taken a step out with its poised Patterns.

This Is Christmas According to Kutless

Don’t over think This Is Christmas, because it turns out to be very tasteful holiday music that doesn’t overstay its welcome.

Keaggy’s Kegworth Made for the Fans

A real treat for fans, Live from Kegworth Studio adds yet another dimension to the remarkable career of Phil Keaggy.

The Isaacs Can Sing on Why Can't We

The Isaacs deem their latest album of folk, bluegrass, country, rhythm and blues and southern gospel “a very personal one.”

Hawk Nelson Has a Festive Christmas

While it won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, for fans of Hawk Nelson, Christmas proves to be more than festive in its own way.

Significance Seen in Invisible Empires

In her tenth recording, Sara Groves urges listeners to forgo sand castles and build lives with that which holds significance.

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • October 25, 2011 |
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With One Voice Stampley Offers His Praise

Modern gospel talent Micah Stampley’s One Voice easily blends urban and suburban praise into a cohesive experience.

The Gettys Celebrate An Irish Christmas

Keith and Kristyn Getty’s latest offers a fresh perspective on the theological significance of the Christmas season.

Casting Crowns’ Well Draws from the Word

Come to the Well yields finely crafted songs that can and probably will soon double as sermon outlines at a church near you.

The One You Need Full of Fatherly Love

The One You Need, the latest studio record from Shane & Shane, reads like a heartfelt letter to their daughters

  • Lindsay Williams |
  • October 13, 2011 |
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West Shares His Heart for Christmas

Matthew West offers his first-ever Christmas collection this year. But it’s not your ordinary set of holiday favorites.

Christmas a Little Lacking in Diverse City

TobyMac’s Christmas in Diverse City—a pop-meets-hip-hop mishmash—certainly does invite some complaints.

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