| Hillsong Worship – Awake | Review

Hillsong Worship have recently released a new album named 'Awake'. It's their first studio album in a long time and it is a beauty in terms of production. Slick, interesting, emotional, and filled with musically beautiful songs. However.. lyrically, we might have some issues.

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| Matt Boswell and Matt Papa – His mercy is more | Review

On the surface.. These two men have written some (underated IMO) crackers over the last few years. Some you may be aware of like ‘His mercy is More’ and ‘Christ the sure and steady anchor’, others maybe not so much. This album redoes some of the best, in new arrangements,…

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summer playtlist – the breakdown

Every season we put together a mix of the songs we are listening to at the minute, some brand new and some not so much, and a combo of genres and styles. But if you're on the hunt for something in particular, maybe you don't want to sift through the…

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| North Coast Sessions – Getty | Review

On the surface… This is a well put together album.  Perhaps noticing how online streaming has changed how we listen, the Getty’s have this time released a short album- just 8 tracks in total, and they’ve done them well.  Well produced, slick and accessible.  Interesting to listen to, but not…

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| Holy Roar – Chris Tomin | Review

On the surface… This sounds like your standard contemporary christian album.  Lots of rocking guitars and synths and strong bass and drums.  Catchy riffs and sing loud in the car moments. We historically have some awesome songs from Tomlin (how great is our God, our chains are gone, Our God,…

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Fountains of blood!

(Review of ‘New Again’ – Word Alive 2016 album) Since its inception in 1993, Word Alive as a conference has served the church in the UK through the faithful teaching of God’s Word. Amidst a wonderful all age teaching programme, singing God’s praises has been a highlight for many who…

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Theology of the Arts – Part 4

  Welcome back to our brief(ish) four-part trawl through the murky waters of art theology. We began, effectively, by asking the question: “How do we answer when we’re asked to justify art?” This demand for justification is something that artists are familiar with. It might come from parents: “Don’t you…

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Jerusalem- City Alight : song review

We've recently come across this song, and introduced it to our church the past few Sundays. It is really beautiful and worth looking at if you are doing a series on the cross, or Jesus work to bring us to the new creation, or are looking for a song for…

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