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"Canvas and Clay" by Pat Barrett

Bowyer & Bow / Capitol Christian Music Group artist, songwriter and worship leader Pat Barrett will be releasing his first live project, Canvas and Clay, on August 23rd. Barrett's live album follows his highly acclaimed and successful self-titled debut from 2018 that included the No. 1 single "Build My Life."

"'Canvas and Clay' is about trusting the process of formation in our lives," shares Pat Barrett about the upcoming release and title track. "I love the picture of God being a master artist. It makes verses like in Romans 8 He makes all things work together - so dynamic. He uses every aspect of our lives and He doesn’t do waste. Jesus didn’t invite people into a quick, easy transformation. There are times when it feels like two steps forward and one step back, and it’s in those moments that we get to remember that He is still forming us even today. We get to grow in love, kindness, forgiveness, goodness, self control, and more. I hope that this song helps people along in that journey."

New from 10,000 Fathers

10,000 Fathers' new live album, Just Like That, is full of songs that are melodically beautiful, congregationally accessible, and theologically insightful. The album features 13 songs led by 17 worship pastors from multiple countries, all produced by the Atlanta-based worship school’s own David Walker. Original Master MultiTracks and other worship-leading resources are now available!

New Single from the McClures - "Only Have One"

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.

This Is Love - New Wine Worship

New Wine Worship's latest live album, This Is Love, was recorded in London and features worship leaders Chris Sayburn, Lauren Harris, Susie Woodbridge and Chris Lawson Jones. The team shares, "We worship to glorify God and call the Kingdom of Heaven down to Earth; it’s the training ground for the everyday. We come with expectancy and honesty not to lose ourselves or simply find pleasure or comfort but to be sharpened for mission. We gather in order to go out – to be good news to all creation and bring life to those around us."

"Our prayer for this album is that these songs would impact people in many ways, in healing, faith and courage. That as a family people would own these songs, champion them and use them in personal and corporate worship."

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