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New Easter Single from Worship Central - "All For Love (Gethsemane)"

Worship Central has released a brand new single for the Lenten Season titled "All For Love (Gethsemane)." Penned by Worship Central team members Luke and Anna Hellebronth with Ben Cantelon, the song is a passionate new anthem that reflects upon the sacrifice of Christ.  The weight of the promise held in Your heart | My sinful condition kept us apart In the Garden of Gethsemane where mercy met Your majesty... Perfect Saviour in holy surrender | As You gave your Spirit, grace now complete Your wounds now our healing, Your pain now our peace... All for love.  The song will be featured on Worship Central's upcoming album, Stir A Passion, which was recorded live at “The Gathering” conference last fall and will release globally this May.  Download your copy of "All For Love (Gethsemane)" today on iTunes and include this song in your Easter services this weekend with the Original Master MultiTracks which are now available along with the instrument parts in RehearsalMix.

Jarod Espy - "O How Great"

Jarod Espy's new single "O How Great" is both an expression of praise and an invitation for sinners to find grace in Jesus.  Jarod shares, "In 1 Timothy 1:12-17, Paul recounts his own story and becomes so filled with awe of the grace of Jesus that it leads him to praise God right in the middle of his letter. The cross is big enough for even the worst of sinners. None of us deserve God’s grace, but he was patient with us, as He was with Paul, and lavished His grace on us."

New Hymn from Craig Rigney - "Come Thou Fount"

Following up on his album, Hymn Sessions: Be My Glory Ever, Austin-based worship leader Craig Rigney has released a brand new hymn arrangement of "Come Thou Fount."  "I love old hymns," Craig explains.  "I believe worship in the church encompasses both old and new, remembering and responding to what God has done (much like the "ebenezer" the song talks about) and looking to the future with expectation and hope, celebrating all we have in Christ."

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