Worship Central – Stir A Passion Album Review

Last October, the imaginative team behind Worship Central convened The Gathering in Birmingham, England and recorded some of the live music enjoyed over the weekend for release this spring. Stir A Passion is the very pleasing end result, a vibrant and inspired compilation of worshipful songs that easily translate from personal to corporate use.

nobigdyl – “Solar”

nobigdyl Solar nobigdyl’s Solar is the breath of fresh air that Christian hip-hop needs. In a genre full of heaviness, nobigdyl does something that few attempt—he has fun. Solar is, above all else, a grea...

Firma Collective – “Songs for Every Soul”

Firma Collective Songs for Every Soul Songs for Every Soul takes on a difficult job—engaging in hymnody for contemporary audiences. This collection of stellar songwriters and musicians may have a tough task...

Here Be Lions – “Only a Holy God”

Only a Holy God, the inaugural effort from Nashville-based worship group, Here Be Lions, accomplishes to what most worship albums and leaders aspire—accessibility and sing-ability. After one listen, or perhap...