Inheritance is worth the price of admission. Yet again, Audrey Assad has offered Christians music that helps them contemplate their faith on a deeper level.
If you’re one of the few Christians on the planet who doesn’t own a Kari Jobe album, this is a proper introduction. Otherwise, I’d go ahead and pass this one.
Ghost of a King is easily my favorite album of 2016 so far.
by Lindsay Williams “For everything there is a season, a time for every activity under heaven.” —Ecclesiastes 3:1 (NLT) Like the seasons, our lives tend to evolve in a never-ending pattern of equal parts: rain and sun. It’s the...
Darin's "The Roar" is a good start for already seasoned artist.
Lecrae’s "Church Clothes 3" is a solid release, but I can’t help but feel [at times] that I liked this album better when Sho Baraka released it as "Talented 10th."
Jesus Culture has put out a project that captures the heart of worship and continues to breathe new life into how we express praise to the risen king.
Passion’s yearly worship compilation is upon us in the form of "Salvation’s Tide is Rising." As should be expected at this point, it’s pretty good.
Imagine if Ron Sider or Jim Wallis or John Howard Yoder were hip-hop artists. Okay, maybe those names won’t mean anything to people in the culture from which NomiS springs. So, let me start over… Imagine if MLK and Malcolm X c...
While "Losing My Religion" offers new songs, it doesn’t really offer anything novel. With a few exceptions, this is a typical Kirk Franklin album.
"Live at The Knight" certainly fits in the “best of” category.
Surrender is a progression for Bizzle. He is taking a cue from the trends in both the mainstream and CHH world.
Ultimately, "Uncomfortable" is a disappointment.
On occasion, I will hop on Twitter and express my lament that Nichole Nordeman has not put out any new music in quite some time. (Ten years, if you don’t count her Christmas single, “Real.” But, who’s keeping track, really?) Th...
"Mansion" is a decent first outing by this Michigan native.
"Costly" is a simple album. It doesn’t try too hard to lose the listener in poetry and double meanings. These are straightforward expressions, meant to be easily grasped and sang by the church.
Josh Wilson is clearly comfortable in the CCM niche he’s created for himself. Fans of artists like Steven Curtis Chapman, Matthew West, and Brandon Heath will certainly enjoy the music.
In recent years, I have not been a fan of Toby Mac. He has consistently been hailed by other Christians as “one of the best Christian artists alive.” My disdain for overselling an artist has often clouded my ability to l...
The Brilliance is contemplative worship at its finest. It’s both whimsical and holy, a difficult combination to balance.
"Camden" is easily the best Christian hip-hop album to drop in 2015.