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The McClures | Reign Above It All

Tuesday, February 23, 2021

Paul and Hannah McClure are worship leaders and songwriters at Bethel Church and Bethel Music. The purity of their worship welcomes others into a deeper experience of God’s goodness and the unity we find in Him as believers.

The McClures wrote Reign Above It All as a powerful declaration of hope, acknowledging that no matter the circumstances, God is always in control. The song first appeared on Bethel Music’s latest compilation album, Revival’s In The Air—a collection of anthems crying out for revival in our nation, cities and families. The radio version of “Reign Above It All” is now available! This song stands as an invitation to respond to the faithfulness of God with an offering of praise. 

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The McClures | "Christmas Morning"

Friday, October 23, 2020

Paul and Hannah McClure’s new single and title track from their upcoming EP is titled "Christmas Morning" — a joyous and celebratory song that encompasses the excitement and hope of the season. Christmas morning symbolizes the day the world received the best news it had ever heard, that Jesus, the rescuer was coming. Living in the reality of Jesus means living a life where every day feels like “Christmas Morning”.

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Ep. 6 - Paul McClure | The Worship & Technology Podcast

Monday, June 8, 2020

Paul McClure joins us for Episode 6! He’s an incredible songwriter within the Bethel Music family as well as the worship pastor for Bethel Church in Redding, CA. Pauls shares his journey of worship leading, his thoughts about the newest Bethel Music album, insight on leading worship through hard seasons, and more. His words are inspiring and valuable. We know it will bless you as you navigate this season.

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Paul McClure - "Way Maker"

Monday, January 27, 2020

"I love this song! I first heard it when some of my favorites Leeland released it on their album," shares Bethel Music artist Paul McClure on the song "Way Maker." Paul continues, "It’s impossible to sing this song and not feel faith rise up inside of you. There’s just nothing more powerful than declaring who God is. I’ve been singing this song over some situations in my own life and family where we need the miracle worker God to show up. Praying that as you sing this song that your faith in the way maker would be ignited and that He would touch every part of your life!"

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New from Paul & Hannah McClure - The Way Home

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Paul and Hannah McClure have been writing music together since they were 16 years old in their North Carolina youth group. Years later—living in California with two children—The McClures debut their first studio album and solo project The Way Home. Joyful and vibrant, this album tells the story of The McClures finding their way home when the roadmap fails. Along the journey, the couple found joy in letting go of the destination and valuing the process and people they’ve met along the way.

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New Single from the McClures - "Only Have One"

Friday, August 16, 2019

Only Have One” by the McClures is the second single from their upcoming album, The Way Home. Featuring a soulful organ, the McClures address the current-day confusion arising in the church and social media in their own light-hearted way. Hannah McClure sings “There’s no confusion / We only have one, one true love, there’s only one God,” as a declaration of the truth that never changes: Jesus is Lord.

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"Now I See" by Paul & Hannah McClure

Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Bethel Music artists Paul and Hannah McClure wrote “Now I See” as a joyful approach to the story of the blind man found in John chapter 9, who said, “One thing I do know, though I was blind, now I see.” Through their journey of becoming parents, The McClure’s have discovered the freedom that comes from knowing the Father’s love. When lies creep in to cloud our vision, all it takes is one look into the eyes of The Father who takes us from darkness to light.

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