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  • TaRanda Greene “Spirit of Christmas Deluxe Version” Album Review

    Inside the petite frame of TaRanda Greene lies a Titanic voice, one that can soar to the heights of Everest and one that will do Whitney Houston, Barbra Streisand, and Celine Dion proud.

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  • Selah "Step Into My Story” Album Review

    Selah has been around since 1997. For most of their career, they have had been recording for Curb Records. Together the trio have produced top 5 hits such as "You Raise Me Up" and "Bless the Broken Heart" as well as top 40 singles such as "I Turn to You," "You Amaze Us," "I Got Saved" and others.

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  • Hillsong Worship “Take Heart (Again)” Album Review

    In lieu of their perennial new live worship albums, for 2020, Hillsong Worship has decided to release a "re-imagined" album instead. A more devotional album peddling on their softer and acoustic side, "Take Heart (Again)" features "pandemic-era" takes of songs taken from the songbooks of all three of their collectives: Hillsong Y&F, Hillsong UNITED and Hillsong Worship.

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  • The Guardians “It’s Still Good News” Album Review

    The Guardians have captured the majestic and intimacy of worship judiciously on their latest release. "It's Still Good News," their third outing for StowTown Records, is like their preceding records, it is extremely well-executed.

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  • Kari Jobe “The Blessing (Live)” Album Review

    At the start of the pandemic, Kari Jobe's "The Blessing" was the song for the times. While the world went into a frenzy, Jobe pronounced God's blessings upon us. Setting Num 6:24-26 into a fresh and invigorating anthem of refuge, the song has been the theme soundtrack for countless of Christians.

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  • Sandra McCracken “Patient Kingdom” Album Review

    Sandra McCracken is a national treasure that is yet to be discovered. For the unacquainted, McCracken has been crafting and recording hymn-like worship tunes that mines the theological depths of the Christian faith.

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  • The Nelons “Peace at Last” Album Review

    Song titles are like advertising slogans. Some can so whet our appetites that we feel compelled to listen to them.

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  • Josh Baldwin “Evidence” Album Review

    Touted as the new Chris Stapleton-meets-Matt Redman, Bethel Music's Josh Baldwin's "Evidence" promises to be different from what passes as worship music today.

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  • Natalie Grant “No Stranger” Album Review

    After a five-year hiatus, Natalie Grant is back with her much anticipated new Curb Release "No Stranger." Vocally, Grant has not lost an iota of her powerhouse greatness. She is still one of the few CCM artists who can emote with both verve and vulnerability.

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  • REVERE “REVERE” Album Review

    REVERE is a creation of Integrity music to recapture the intimacy of corporate worship. The emphasis here is on the corporateness of worship. Every song on this 16-track list (of which there are 12 song; a couple of prayers and reprisals) is made for God's people to sing with the aim of drawing close to our loving Savior together.

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