Bethel Music and worship leader Kalley Heiligenthal have released a new single, "Alabaster Heart." Kalley went through “layers of surrender” as the 6th largest fire in California history climbed over a hill and into her neighborhood. With her song “Alabaster Heart,” Kalley recalls her feelings of fear and helplessness, and calls on the listener to trust God with all that we give Him, and believe that He knows what is on the other side of our surrender.
Venture3Media (V3M) continues its Simple Hymns series with today’s (Oct. 4) release of Simple Hymns: Songs of Worship featuring such well-known worship leaders as Mack Brock (Elevation Worship), Chris McClarney (Jesus Culture), Paul And Hannah McClure (Bethel Music), Anthony Skinner, Sean Carter and more.
Acclaimed Bethel Music worship collective singer/songwriter Kalley is set to step into the solo spotlight with a two-EP debut October 25. Birthed in the aftermath of last year’s California wildfires, the alt-pop/electronic Faultlines Vol. 1 and Faultlines Vol. 2 overarchingly reaffirm Kalley’s trust in the God who doesn’t run from disaster.
On the heels of spring’s The Victory Tour, which saw multiple sellouts around the country, Bethel Music is set to bring back its popular evening of worship and ministry for a slate of 10 new dates this fall. Showcasing selections from the Bethel Music worship collective’s 2019 Dove Award-nominated, best-selling Victory recording, The Victory Tour will feature special guest Dove Award-nominated singer/songwriter Phil Wickham.
Redding, CA (September 9, 2019) “Raise A Hallelujah,” the anthemic heart-cry of praise which has quickly been embraced by listeners around the world, is the latest single from GRAMMY®-nominated Bethel Mus...
Amanda Lindsey Cook has released a new single titled “Evergreen Reimagined” available across all streaming platforms now. The song was written by Amanda, Jason Ingram and Paul Maybury and produced by Brian Willett. The remix is a new direction for Amanda, one that breaks away from her familiar worship sound, but the message of hope and inspiration remains the same.