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A Jesus Church | Take Your Throne

A Jesus Church has released their new album Take Your Throne. A Jesus Church Music is a collection of worship leaders, creatives, and musicians with the same heartbeat to make much of Jesus, become more like him, and draw others into an authentic expression of adoration and surrender to Jesus. The common thread that weaves its way through this album is - "as it is in Heaven." From the words of Jesus in the Lord's Prayer, "Your Kingdom come / Your will be done / on earth as it is in heaven." It's a cry from the Church, for God's Kingdom to be established and experienced here on the earth - inviting His rule and reign over our lives, our churches, and our world.



Often compared to M83, Coldplay, and Geographer - A Jesus Church is an amazing reflection of what God is at work doing in their city of Portland, Oregon. This team of anointed and passionate worshippers are making a mark on the global church with amazing songs birthed out of a local sound that is overflowing with love and energy.  


Cross Point Music | "Never Stop Singing"

Written before COVID-19 forced churches across the nation to temporarily shutter, and before Cross Point’s doors were closed following a tornado that ripped through Middle Tennessee in March 2020, damaging a large portion of Cross Point’s main building in downtown Nashville, “Never Stop Singing” has become an anthem of hope despite the adversity. The new song points to the worthiness of God singing out, "You’re the author of every story / The reason for every song I sing with a reckless abandon God / You are worthy" and responds to that knowledge with a fun, passionate chorus of praise, "I’m just gonna praise You / Praise You in the morning / Praise You / Praise You / Praise You through the night." 


Josh Baldwin | "Into the Wild"

Josh Baldwin’s brand new single “Into The Wild” invites listeners to embrace the adventure of a life with God. Living for Him can be wild and at times untamed, but it is always safe. The only way to live life to the fullest and step bravely into your calling is to have faith like a child, no matter your age or circumstances. This single is the first from Josh’s new album Evidence — an album that returns him to his roots and natural sound. Original Master MultiTracks and other worship leading resources for "Into The Wild" are available now.


Justin Tweito | "The Cup Was Not Removed"

Justin Tweito writes, "The night Jesus was betrayed, He went to pray in the garden. He knew the cross was before Him and He prayed, 'Father, all things are possible for you. Take this cup away from me. Nevertheless, not what I will but what You will.' The cup was the wrath of God that we deserve for our sin. Jesus knew that he would take that wrath on the cross, but Jesus submitted to His Father’s will and drank that cup for all people on the cross. Praise God that the cup was not removed! We wrote this song celebrating what Jesus has done for us. He drank the cup of God’s wrath we deserved on the cross. He fulfilled all of the law and prophets, living a blameless life, giving us his righteousness and because of these things now by faith, He has removed our transgressions as far as the east is from the west. The Cup Was Not Removed. The Law was not removed, but our sins are removed. The only response to this good news is to praise Him!"



Scripture References:

Mark 14:36

Matthew 5:17

Psalm 103:12

John 1:29



 


New REVERE Album

Integrity Music has released their newest project REVERE, a collection of songs with various worship leaders and songwriters. They share, "This is not only a collection of incredible worship songs, but a journey through worship itself. We follow worship as it takes us from intimacy, to intensity, back to the fear of the Lord. It takes us to a place where we fall down on our knees and cry out 'Holy Holy Holy is the Lord God Almighty.' In this season of uncertainty and unrest, we can trust in a God who is consistent over and over again. He is here and we are surrendering to His glory!"



Two weeks before COVID-19 brought the world to a standstill, Integrity Music gathered its family of worship leaders to record a special multi-artist project titled REVERE. Releasing today, REVERE traces the journey of contemporary worship from intimacy to intensity, while pointing toward a new season of reverence in the fear of the Lord. 



REVERE brought a community of worship leaders together as a team, championing songs that they had not written themselves. Darlene Zschech and William McDowell took the lead on "Way Maker," which was written by Nigeria-based singer/songwriter Sinach and popularized in the U.S. by Leeland, whose version is currently nominated for three GMA Dove Awards® a first for a song from Africa. The duo Mission House led Paul Baloche's "Behold Him." This was the culture of the event from the beginning to the end, with more songs from Leeland, Corey Voss, Sarah Kroger, Jon Egan, Benita Jones, Lindy Cofer, Thrive Worship, Mark Barlow, DOE, MDSN, and David & Nicole Binion all jumping in as servants. Simply, REVERE was recorded in a time of plenty and released during a time of need, grief, and isolation. 



The project was done in partnership with Lee University, utilizing their soundstage and their team, including the Lee University Singers who became the resident choir as well as a featured artist on a new hymn that is impacting the church worldwide, "Yet Not I, But Through Christ In Me."   

 


Jaime Jamgochian | "All Things For My Good"

“I am so excited for this new season of music,” shares Jaime Jamgochian. “After overcoming some major health challenges last year, I wasn’t sure if recording music was in the picture for me ever again. But God is so good, and I pray that this album speaks to the hearts and souls of many.” Boston native Jaime Jamgochian found Jesus while studying at Berklee College of Music. After years of worship leading, songwriting, and battling lymes disease, Jaime is releasing powerful new music with the lessons learned through her life's trials. Her new single "All Things For My Good" points to Romans 8:28 singing out, "You're working all things for my good." Original Master MultiTracks for "All Things For My Good" are available now! Read below for the story behind the song Jaime shares with us.





When you are in the valley it is hard to see out. Everything is dark, confusing and most likely hope feels very far away. For several years I did not feel myself. I would press through touring around the globe and was part of the team pioneering an incredible church - The Belonging Co. in Nashville. I absolutely know the joy of the Lord was my strength to carry me through while physically always feeling off.



The end of 2018 came and I was hit with the worlds worst headaches. I cannot even describe the pain... all day everyday. After so many prayers and doctors, I learned I had a Lyme Disease infection that had gone neurological and my body had finally had enough. When you are my age and have to move out of your own home (my cute condo in Nashville) to live with your parents in Boston and stop working, that is A HUMBLING AND HARD SEASON! The pain was so bad at times I wondered if I could just go to Heaven. For a girl that THRIVES OFF HAVING PURPOSE AND VISION, this was not good.



Ben Calhoun of Citizen Way and Micah Kuiper of Hawk Nelson and I had written this anthem before Lyme tried to take me out. One day, while barely functioning, I pulled that demo up and let it wash over me. Tears began to run down my face as I was reminded of this simple yet profound truth. I did not feel it and barely believed it in the moment, but I knew God could work ALL THINGS TOGETHER FOR MY GOOD (Romans 8:28). Now a year later, after treatments at a Lyme Clinic in New York called Innovative Medicine and lots of prayers, I am beyond excited to have full LIFE & HEALING and to be releasing music again, something I had given up on.



How did He work those few hard year's for good? I learned about perseverance, choosing joy, long suffering and have a whole new outlook on fully living LIFE. I dealt with some lies I had allowed in with my calling in music and realized you have to stay true to who you are. I pray this song reaches other people who might be wading through a valley season.




Decibel Worship | “The Communion”

Decibel Worship’s first ever single, “The Communion,” was written as an invitation for you to have a holy or “set apart” moment with Jesus through the partaking of the Lord’s supper, where you will receive afresh what He has done for you at the cross—His love, His healing and His righteousness. We can’t wait for you to have your own personal encounter with Him even as you enjoy this song on your own, in your small groups or in church! Original Master Multitracks and other worship leading resources are now available for “The Communion.” 







Check out the teaching that inspired the song and partake of the Lord’s Supper together with Pastor Prince and our global family from wherever you are. We’re standing in faith with you for the breakthrough you are believing the Lord for!





Decibel Worship - The Communion


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