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By Craig Smith
“The Vigil,” written and produced by Craig Smith, includes three titles that explore the doctrine and praxis of prayer. The compilation includes a book that teaches about prayer, a prayer book and an 11-track album. Together, these resources can help your church members translate the desire to pray into a daily discipline that is meaningful and powerful. more»
By Jason Gray
Regarding his latest album, “Love Will Have the Final Word,” Jason Gray says that it was important for him to include “a song about grief and a song about laughter on the same record” because “each makes the other one more meaningful and believable.” This heartfelt project encourages people that God is there through all of life’s situations, both good and bad. more»
“Thrive,” the latest offering from Casting Crowns, challenges believers to dig into deep heart issues and reach out to those who don’t know Christ or who have fallen away. The album thoughtfully chronicles what true life looks like: Christ-focused, love-driven and bathed in truth. more»
Worship band Hillsong Young & Free’s self-titled album is heartfelt, fresh and relevant, and specifically targeted to youth. The high-energy songs awaken young people to the light and hope found in Jesus Christ, and the album’s musical style is sure to get your heart pumping—even if you’re not a teen. more»
Portland, Ore.-based indie worship band The Neverclaim recently released their self-titled debut album, which highlights their technical mastery as well as their passion for Christ. Musically interesting and spiritually compelling, this project transcends generations and provides insightful worship songs that will encourage anyone’s personal worship times. more»