New Album and Free Resources from BridgeCity

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BridgeCity, the worship band out of the indie-driven, eclectic Pacific Northwest, released their new album ‘Christ Be Glorified’ online and in stores February 3. ‘Christ Be Glorified’ marks the second national album release from the band from City Bible Church in Portland, Ore. “We are excited to release our new album, ‘Christ Be Glorified,’” said […]

4 Webcasting Rules for Your Online Church Services


Today’s guest post is by Susan Fontaine Godwin, founder and president of Christian Copyright Solutions—a leading authority on church-music copyrights. She is frequently featured in Christian magazines, where she equips teams and churches to honor copyright law and use the best materials available for their worship. Webcasting offers churches and ministries a dynamic vehicle to communicate […]

New Music: Covenant Worship


It’s Wednesday, which means we have new worship music to share with you! Last week, Covenant Worship—the music ministry from the multicampus Covenant Church—dropped their new album, Kingdom. This album was produced by multiple–Grammy Award winner Israel Houghton and features Covenant Church worship leaders David Binoin, Nicole Binion, Colin Edge, and Joshua Dufrene. Covenant Worship’s music […]

Beautiful Eulogy Takes Theology Seriously

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Beautiful Eulogy has roots in hip-hop, folk songs, electronic music, and hymns. The group seeks to advance the Gospel through music and creativity, and they know that starts with sound theology. For these three artists, diving into Scripture starts with Logos Bible Software: The collision of life and Scripture puts praise on our lips and […]

Check Out All Sons & Daughters’ New Album


If you’ve yet to enjoy the authentic, acoustic worship from Leslie Jordan and David Leonard, the duo forming the band All Sons and Daughters, we recommend you join the experience of praise through their new self-titled studio album. All Sons & Daughters blends modern folk with a pure adoration of Jesus—inviting God’s broken children back into […]

Jefferson Bethke’s New Spoken-Word Album


Over the last couple years, Jefferson Bethke has taken popular culture by storm, engaging millennials and challenging preconceived notions about what it means to be a follower of Jesus. We recently discussed spoken-word poetry as a form of worship and encouraged another look at “Why I Hate Religion, but Love Jesus.” At some point, you’ve […]