"The Journal" could be a page from just about anyone's life, with real issues and, more importantly, the one real answer.
A winsome and engaging collection of songs by a winsome and engaging band who will be sorely missed for their innovative work.
Leigh Nash treats us with a little folk, a little pop and a little light rock on her first solo release in five years.
Just Like My Father isn't a project that requires a lot of technical jargon and flowery words to describe. It's one of those rare albums that you can't truly "get" until you hear it and then words aren't really needed.
Music made in the living room usually equals jam session but on "Homemade Worship By Handmade People," it equals musical magic!
Seventh Day Slumber's second worship CD is filled with songs that you already know and love, making it easy to slip into.
From the rockers to the ballads, Plumb delivers on each and every track. Worth the wait? You bet!
Reviewer Kevan Breitinger says, "The album showcases Cottrell’s stirring vocals featured in sweeping melodies and symphonic instrumentation."
Love -- the theme of the album, the root of our Salvation, the story of our lives. Thanks so much to Chris Tomlin for reminding us of that fact in the wonderful album, Hello Love.
With ten new songs on the regular version and 15 total songs on the deluxe version, if you're a fan, you're sure to find something you fall in love with on "Release The Panic."
Jeremy Camp's "Reckless" is filled with an intense passion and sense of reckless abandon where his faith is concerned. This is a man who has walked through the fire and come out the other side so when he speaks of faith, it's definitely something he has lived - not just read about.
With 17 songs on the deluxe edition of 'Run,' you more than get your money's worth.
The writer behind "God's Not Dead (Like A Lion)" has released his second album and it is a 5-star gem. Daniel Bashta holds nothing back in his lyrics or his delivery and if you aren't already a fan, you will be after you hear this.
Eight favorite Casting Crowns songs get a new acoustic sound and when they're combined with two new beauties, you get a winning release.
Jontez, the former God's Property member, really brings it with his debut album.
"Awake" could easily be the best release of 2009!
Vocally the delivery is deeply heartfelt and soulful with a hint of some blues and a touch of rock on ZOEgirl's Room to Breathe
WOW Gospel 2003 is a 5-star winner that gives you a lot of bang for your buck.
Jon Foreman is growing and maturing and he is gracefully sharing this with us through his solo releases. He embraces the good and he doesn't hide from the bad or the ugly. To me, this means so much. I respect Jon even more now than before because he seems even more real than before.
Twelve original pop-rock songs that are bright and upbeat is what this talented and fresh band brings to the table. However, the lyrics are pretty veiled and that leaves me a bit confused as to their "Christian" label.
Bottom line ... this release rocks! Dyscyple's "No Weapon" now resides proudly in my MP3 player and two of my kids are picking out songs they want on their own MP3 players as I write this review.
Bryan Duncan is truly in his element here and that fact shines through every song on "A NehoSoul Christmas."
Bebo Norman gives us love and light on his new release. As meaty as it is soothing, 'Lights of Distant Cities' gives listeners 41 minutes of musical magic.
From the dance tracks to the ballads, the theme of "Fearless" is to fearlessly worship Jesus in all that you do.
Filled with personal songs that are similar to snapshots of the life and times of Mark Schultz, "All Things Possible" is as sincere as it gets.