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Dan Bremnes | Wherever I Go (Acoustic Sessions)

Award winning singer/songwriter Dan Bremnes follows the original studio version of his album Wherever I Go with the new Wherever I Go (Acoustic Sessions). “Making Wherever I Go was one of the most incredible experiences of my life,” shares Dan. “I loved the production we came up with, but also wanted to show a different side of these songs; I wanted to go back to the honest roots of where they were born. Just me and a guitar and/or piano.”

Cory Asbury | "Canyons"

Following his previous released song "Sparrows," Cory Asbury has gifted listeners with "Canyons." Ahead of his highly anticipated worship album, "Canyons" shares of the great love God has for us. "Canyons wide, oceans deep / Can't contain all Your love for me / No matter how high or far I reach / There's no end to Your love for me." Original Master MultiTracks and other worship leading resources are now available for "Canyons."

Bethel Music | "Champion (Studio Version)"

Dante Bowe of Bethel Music wrote the song “Champion” with Steffany Gretzinger, Brandon Lake, Tony Brown, and Jonathan Jay as a reminder of the confidence and assurance that can be found in Jesus our Champion. “Champion” declares our identity as overcomers who are seated with Christ, carrying His victory and authority wherever we go. The Studio Version of "Champion" is now available!

ELEVATION RHYTHM | "BETTER WITH YOU (Remix)"

ELEVATION RHYTHM has partnered with hip hop recording artist and songwriter, Aaron Cole, to release a new remix of their single, “BETTER WITH YOU.” Aaron, the 2019 Dove Awards’ New Artist of the Year, offers a fresh take on one of ELEVATION RHYTHM’ s most popular songs to date. The original release of “BETTER WITH YOU” was a unique break sonically from the rest of ELEVATION RHYTHM’s catalog. “Aaron was able to use his unique gift and take the song to a place we could’ve never thought,” says ELEVATION RHYTHM worship leader, Davide Mutendji. “Partnering with Aaron Cole to create this remix was a dream come true.”

Kim Walker-Smith | "Breathing Room"

'“Breathing Room” is a call to surrender; to lift our hands and to let go, trusting God with every outcome," shares worship leader Kim Walker-Smith of her newest song. "There is a moment of spontaneous worship in this song, where I say that 'my heart is wide open when the door is open and when the door is shut,'" Kim shares. "It’s not easy to keep your heart open when God is shutting the door. As a parent, there are times I draw boundaries for my children, not to be mean, but to protect them or because I want the best for them. I can’t allow my heart to become hardened or offended when things don’t go my way or I don’t get what I want or the dream doesn’t happen when I think it should. God is sovereign. It’s a kindness that He draws boundaries and opens/shuts doors in precisely the right time. The question is, can we keep our heart open and soft towards Him in the process?"

Ep. 10 - Jad Gillies

In our last episode of season 1 of The Worship & Technology Podcast, Jad Gillies joins us! Jad is a songwriter, worship leader, and member of Hillsong UNITED. In this episode, he shares his journey of working with Hillsong, unpacks his philosophy of worship leading, and reminds us why connecting with the people we are leading is so important. This episode is a mini-masterclass and jam-packed full of worship leading practicals. This conversation will challenge you, equip you, and possibly cause you to rethink and reframe the way you lead worship!

Click to listen on Apple Podcasts, or listen on Spotify or Google Podcasts now.

Cory Asbury | "Sparrows"

With mid-tempo pop sounds, “Sparrows” brings to the surface a new facet to Grammy-nominated and Dove Award-winning artist Cory Asbury’s classic sound. He shares, "Scripturally, birds symbolize simplicity and trust. In a time of great confusion and fear, maybe God taught the birds a new song to remind us that He’s got it all under control. If the sparrows are singing a new song, maybe we should be too?" Original Master MultiTracks for "Sparrows" are available now.

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