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Everything Glorious by Passion Worship Band – That, in turn, could hurt ray ban outlet sale

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Oceans of Grace by Oceans of Grace – That is a great social service

That is a great social service from Oceans of Grace helping the people who are in trouble. According to best essay writing service articles they have served the people of Chile when it was badly hit by earthquake and helped in restoration effort built houses for them in the name of the ministry. They have a good musical band with some good musicians and singers in it. They serve the people in the name of the god.

Demonstrate by William Murphy – ​Proving Resilience

Pastor William Murphy III leads Dream Center Church in Atlanta, Georgia, and he also serves as Tasha Cobb's pastor and mentor. Even after the tragic family experience of losing his brother Devaughn to an illness, it seems that Pastor Murphy has just become even more intentional in building people up, be it through his church, social media or his music. His new album Demonstrate is proof of that resilience. Pastor Murphy describes “Lies” as a song that will cause people to roll down their car windows down and ride around in. It has that light summer, family

Invisible by Leeland – Visible Again

There was a time when Leeland was widely hailed as the next big thing. They were one of my favorite bands, and it seemed like they were at the dawn of a long and successful stay in CCM. But as excitement for subsequent albums tapered off and the band went years without a new full-length album, it seemed like they might’ve missed their window. Until now. 5 years since their last album, Leeland is back and partnered with Bethel Music for Invisible. Bookended with “Bells of Notre Dame” intros and outros that set the worshipful tone, Invisible

I’ll Follow You by The Rubyz – Lyrically Beautiful

Based on Proverbs 31:10 where it says that a virtuous woman is worth more than rubies, The Rubyz is a group of young ladies striving to live up to that standard. Tanner, Addy and Jessica not only share their love of music with listeners, they share their love for God. The Rubyz may be young, but they are full of potential! Think of them as a more pop/dance BarlowGirl. I’ll Follow You, the latest release from The Rubyz, is a short but powerful EP. As a whole, it is a solid reminder that the listener is important and no

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Colors by House Of Heroes – Painting in Vibrant Colors

It’s been a while since a proper full-length House of Heroes release. Known for their unique throwback rock sound as well as profound, personal and blunt lyrics, House of Heroes became a critical darling (if not a commercial one) when they entered the scene in 2006 with Say No More. It’s fitting that they are joining the Summer of Rock Powerhouses with their long-awaited new release. Colors finds them doing what they do best. Any of these songs should please the HoH junkie and reference their roots. “God” and “Feel” are some of the band’s

Where the Light Gets In by Jason Gray – Hope In Every Lyric

If you were to look at the work of all songwriters in Christian music, Jason Gray's would definitely stand out. His lyrics have always been deep and profound, striking listeners with a rare honesty that few writers have accomplished. Shown best in his last album Love Will Have The Final Word, Jason is a master at writing songs about grief, intertwining hope and redemption in every lyric. That quality has made him one of the most respected songwriters in the business and has

Exhale by Thousand Foot Krutch – ​A Hard-Hitting Sequel

The double album concept is an old one, but not one that has been frequently employed in recent culture where attention spans are the length of a single and the ability of an artist to endure is challenged on every side. It takes a special band to pull off that kind of scope successfully. Fortunately, rock music mainstay Thousand Foot Krutch has exactly the work ethic and creative intentionality required to make it work. Enter Exhale, the follow-up to Oxygen: Inhale. This is an album that kicks down the auditory door with guns blazing from the first

Something To Talk About by Deon Kipping – ​Blending Gospel And Pop

Singer, producer and songwriter Deon Kipping worked with a number of successful artists until 2012, when he went solo and released his first project. Now following up his EP A Place Called Victory, Deon is returning in 2016 with his second full length album Something To Talk About. With this album Deon combines a mix of gospel and pop to add a new twist to the style. In addition to the singer’s smooth vocals and praise-centered lyrics of faith, the high-energy style of worship makes Something To Talk About a strong offering. Deon’s unique, soulful

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