Considering all the proceeds go towards supporting persecuted Iraqi and Syrian Christians via The Voice of the Martyrs organization, there’s just as much merit as music throughout this companion to the burgeoning “i am n” movement and multi-media resource series (which adapts its moniker from the letter used by ISIS militants to mark the homes and churches of Nazarenes). It’s certainly a heavy subject, but those willing to take the plunge for the plight of refugees will be rewarded with contributions from Israel and New Breed, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Baloche, All Sons & Daughters, The Brilliance, Travis Ryan and many others. Though their statements may be wrapped around various forms of modern worship, continuity comes from the empowering focus that regularly reminds listeners to stay glued to their faith no matter how intense the circumstance.
Various Artists – ‘i am n’ album review
4 Overall Score