9. Faith Fuels This Is What We Believe
On This Is What We Believe, it’s clear singer-songwriter Aaron Shust believes what he’s singing because he’s lived it.
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10. Come Down Another Fernando Ortega Triumph
Come Down, O Love Divine is a triumph for Fernando Ortega and a treat for those who appreciate his perspective.
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11. Positive Beats Is Beckah Shae’s Destiny
On Destiny, Beckah Shae gives Top 40 heavyweights Katy Perry, Britney Spears and Rihanna a run for their money.
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12. Folk-Tinged Worship Brought on This Journey
This is worship music meant not for the cavernous spaces of arenas, but more at home in a cozy gathering of friends around a fire.
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13. 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.
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14. Peter Furler’s On Fire on Solo Debut
Peter Furler’s back already with a solo record. The only quirk is that he sounds more like newsboys now than newsboys.
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15. New Day Marks The Martins’ Return
Produced by Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus, New Day is a perfect blend of what The Martins fans have come to expect.
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16. Live Worship Offered with 10,000 Reasons
Like his previous 2004 effort titled Facedown, Matt Redman recorded 10,000 Reasons during a live worship event.
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