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Since the beginning, Jesus Culture Music has always had a heart for people to encounter the Presence of God through their worship. Their latest offering partners with Chris McClarney, the songwriter behind the powerful worship anthem “Your Love Never Fails,” which has become one of the most popular songs in America’s churches. Fueled with a passion to see people experience the love and power of Jesus, McClarney brings his debut live album, Everything And Nothing Less, set to release on June 9, 2015. This dynamic album features 9 brand new songs recorded at the 2015 Jesus Culture Sacramento conference. Preorder the album starting May 26th and get songs “Everything And Nothing Less” and “All Consuming Fire” instantly. 

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New Album from Chris McClarney - Breakthrough

Friday, June 15, 2018Categories: News, Home Page, New Releases, English

Chris McClarney has announced the release of his new live worship album, Breakthrough.  The album, which is the follow-up to McClarney's critically-acclaimed 2015 debut with Capitol CMG and Jesus Culture, Everything And Nothing Less, was recorded live in Sacramento, CA at Jesus Culture Church. "Breakthrough is a collection of songs I hope people hear to help them overcome obstacles," McClarney shares. "Whatever is keeping them from finding joy and peace, I hope this album helps guide listeners to put their trust in God alone, that hope is in Him no matter the circumstance. I wanted to write songs that people can sing if they are going through a loss, divorce, a cancer diagnosis. And I also wanted songs that celebrate how good God is."

Download your own copy of Breakthrough, which contains new favorites, "Hallelujah for the Cross" and "Crazy Love," today on iTunes.  Lead these songs in your own worship services with the Original Master MultiTracks, which are now available along with other worship lead resources here at MultiTracks.com.

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