Chris Renzema continues to release sounds that people flock toward. Perhaps it’s his personable and smooth voice, or his upbeat yet grassroots sound, or his hopeful lyrics that penetrate through the disarray. Whatever the reason, Renzema delivers with his new release Get Out of the Way of Your Own Heart.
Once again, Jordan takes words off the pages of the Bible and turns them into songs that we can cling to, understand and embrace. Jordan lays it all down with his newest album Be Still & Know. This album is full of hope, assurance and certainty.
After over a decade of producing music, Jeremy Camp continues to deliver incredibly poignant, yet danceable albums. His newest album When You Speak reminds us of all the ways scripture tells us that we can hear from God. The truth of God’s voice can be heard through these lyrics.
TobyMac’s incredible experience from his Live in Denver album released in July can now be seen, not just heard. TobyMac is releasing a CD/DVD combo of the outstanding and energetic performance that you don[t want to miss.
Joshua Aubrey Jackson, who makes up Make Sure, delves into the hardship of healing in his new album release Ninjutsu. He reminisces the embarrassment, reconing and reality of growing up through an autobiographical song style album. “Pressing on is never just this black and white thing,” he says, “There are always these fuzzy emotions clouding things as you try to move forward.”