Unstoppable: Impossible to stop or prevent
Jesus replied, “What is impossible with man is
possible with God.” Luke 18:27
On June 3, Miranda Lambert, 50 Cent,
Coldplay, Lucy Hale and Birdy released new
projects. Miranda took the No. 1 spot on iTunes
overall albums. The rest fell in line as one might
expect…but for one caveat. The No. 2 spot
went to Jesus Culture’s Unstoppable Love
A worship band besting 50 Cent, you say?
Fortunately, as Jesus tells us in Luke 18:27,
impossible is God’s specialty.
And Jesus Culture has been riding high
the wave of God’s unstoppable love and
power since its inception in 1999. Charged
with a vision and mission to not only make
music and lead people in worship but to truly
change culture from the inside out, each of
Jesus Culture’s twenty-one albums has been an offering of excellence, an act of faith and a
tangible example of surrender.
The latest offering,
of primarily original
worship songs delivered
by Jesus Culture’s
band — Chris Quilala
(lead vocals and rhythm guitar), Kim Walker-
Smith (lead and background vocals), Brandon
Aaronson (bass), Josh Fisher (drums), Jeffrey
Kunde (lead guitar), Ian McIntosh (keyboards
and programming) and Skyler Smith (acoustic
guitar and percussion).
The album comes full circle with a stirring
message from Jesus Culture Director Banning Liebscher, called “Answering the Call to Prayer.”
“Our prayer for this album is that you would
encounter the unstoppable, over-the-top,
zealous, extravagant love that God has for
you,” says Liebscher.
That prayer has resonated through Jesus
Culture’s entire ministry — from 1999 to 2014.
The annual Encounter Conferences, at which
this record was recorded, were created to
give a young generation an opportunity for
an authentic encounter with God. This year
marked 14 years of conferences, as well as the
addition of a second location in Jesus Culture’s
new home of Sacramento. With events also
happening in Minneapolis, Los Angeles and
Atlanta, it’s fair to say that Jesus Culture is
stronger than ever and poised to be stronger
still year by year.
Bold, unfettered by convention and
unashamed of the One they elevate in each
song, at each conference and in each act
of ministry, Jesus Culture continues to fully
immerse themselves in the business of
changing culture. They challenge the status
quo and dare to be misunderstood. Most of
all, they dare to dream the impossible — to
awaken a culture that has been asleep in
the dark for far too long. Their success isn’t
contingent on rankings or charts. Their success
is measured by Kingdom standards. And given
their track record, it’s safe to say that Jesus
Culture’s mission and passion will continue to
reflect their unstoppable God.
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