Jesus Culture Debuts at #1 with "Living with a Fire"

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Jesus Culture debuts at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Christian Albums this week with their brand new album Living With a Fire. The album arrives with 6,000 equivalent album units earned. This is the third time Jesus Culture had topped the chart. In 2014 Unstoppable Love also topped the chart followed by Love Has a Name in 2017. 

For nearly 20 years, Jesus Culture has ushered the listener into times of worship and encounters with Jesus. As a worship team they have grieved, celebrated, and fought for the treasure that is found in communion with one another and with God. The flame that began two decades ago of love is still burning; compelling them in every lyric, in every gathering, and in every prayer. This album proclaims the matchless love of Jesus and to see a generation of young and old, completely given to walking in His presence. 

"The one thing we want the listener to walk away with hasn't really changed over the years," shares Worship Leader Kim Walker-Smith. "We want the listener to encounter Jesus and to have their lives changed through that encounter.  We pray that every song will be fuel to fan the flame of intimacy with Jesus and relationship with Him."

Media have praised the new album out of the gate saying that Jesus Culture "does not disappoint... delivering powerful worship that crosses generations and is meant for the whole church" (New Release Today) and that Jesus Culture has a "bright and modern sound" (CCM Magazine). Worship leaders from the group have also spoken with outlets like Relevant PodcastA Greater Story with Sam Collier Podcast and the Alli Worthington Podcast and will also be featured in the upcoming Worship Musician.

Jesus Culture will head out this fall beginning in October touring from coast to coast with their new music as well as fan favorites.  


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