Ghost Ship: ‘Costly’ album review
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Ghost Ship: ‘Costly’ album review

Intended to honor the price Jesus paid on the cross, Costly, Ghost Ship’s second full-length album, is also Cam Huxford’s heart-mirror since the release of The Good King in 2013. Written and recorded during a tumultuous time in the life of Mars Hill Church that ultimately saw its dissolution in 2014, Costly rises to offer easy access points for those needing a message of Christ’s hope through song. There’s a simplistic beauty at work here, leaving much room for spiritual communication.

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Kevin Sparkman
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After both on-stage and front-office experience in the Christian recording industry, (including co-founding Exit 3 Entertainment, Inc. and General Manager of hip-hop label Beatmart Recordings), Sparkman returned to Salem in 2014 from a Dir. of Communications position in the United Methodist Church. He became the Managing Editor of CCM Magazine in January 2015.

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