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Your Word [edit]
by Tree Hill Collective | Genre: Praise & Worship | Release Date: June 14, 2011

"Your Word" is the debut EP from Weekend Warrior Worship. Produced by Jeff McCullough and featuring artists Helene Immel, Morgan Leigh, Matt Nuss, Josh Boyd, and Future of Forestry alum Nick Maybury, "Your Word" contains 5 great new worship songs that are sure to bless churshes everywhere. Each song is biblically based and has a God-honoring message, a great melody, and an engaging production you will want to listen to over and over again.

Track Listing
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01. I Choose to Praise You
02. Death Could Not Hold You
03. All Glory
04. I Worship You Alone
05. Let His Name

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Great project | Posted August 22, 2011
 This is the 'Alan Parson's' project of Christian music.  Each song is unique and offers a little something different.  Throughout, the lyrics are well done.  They offer a strong message.  The songs have catchy melodies, and the production quality is excellent.  These will make great congregational songs.  The artists featured on the songs deliver memorable performances, especially vocalist Helene Immel and guitarist Nick Maybury.  The keyboards and programming work of producer Jeff McCullough is another highlight.  

It will be interesting to see how the concept of 'Weekend Warrior Worship' takes off and whether this idea can gain traction in churches and in Christian music.  To the team that came together to make this possible I say "well done", and hope to hear more in the future!

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Review | Posted August 21, 2011
When Weekend Warrior Worship was a featured artist here on NRT, I decided I'd give them a listen. I enjoyed this album pretty much, over-all. My favorite track would probably be "I Worship You Alone". Really great song. All the songs have really great worship lyrics, but some of the beats I wasn't too crazy about. Great album, though. God bless! :) Keep up the great work.

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Great new look at worship music | Posted June 28, 2011
First off, I'm not sure if it is valid that I leave this review. I am associated with the Weekend Warrior Worship project in a sense that I have created some of the videos and graphics used for the project. I have, in no way contributed to the production of the music though.

With that said, when I was first approached with the idea of this new ministry I was very intrigued. The thought of "lay ministry" folks attempting to break into the field of mainstream Christian music, without any official affiliation to a major record label, or publishing company is one that is unheard of mostly. Because without these "insider" connections, it is almost impossible to get your music heard. But, once I listened the music, and heard the message it conveyed, I was driven to give my support and all out dedication to the project. Because as a musician, and artist, I know just how hard it is... even when you have excellent work, to get "mainstream" anything to notice.

The 5 songs on this EP are all different in their approach to worship when it comes to the styles used on each song. But each song is representative of what is needed more and more today. Reverence, and praise to the one true God, and the Son of God, Jesus Christ.

It has been mentioned that these songs can not appeal to every generation. Well, I have to disagree with that statement. The very first day that I was exposed to these songs I approached a singer at my church (age 28), the music pastor at my church (age 50+), my mother in law (age 60+), my wife (age 40+), and most importantly several teenagers, and my son (age 11). Every single one of them had then same thing to say. That these songs touch the heart of worship. The songs have catchy choruses that are easy to sing along with. (My son wanders around the house singing and humming several every day). And that they could be easlily picked up and used by large orchestras, live worship bands, even used at bible studies to introduce specific passages from the Bible. The videos can also be used during worship services, as a tool to bring more direct worship to those services.

I do not have time to go into every song on the EP, because I could go on forever. My advice is to listen to each song... hear the message in each song... let the words touch your heart, as they have touched every heart that I have introduced them to... let them reinvigorate your joy in praising the Lord. And finally, let them continue playing in your head throughout the day. Reminding you of the sacrifice, grace, and love that can only be found through believing in Jesus Christ as our saviour and redeemer.

God bless.


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Very Uplifting | Posted June 28, 2011

I found the songs very uplifting and praise filled. I listened to the track a few times while at work and I throughoughly enjoyed them. When you work in a stress filled job, having light, uplifting praise music to listen to seems to ease the tension and keeps my head focused.  The music was fresh and spoke to the heart!  Looking forward to hearing more and more and more in the future!!!

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not bad | Posted June 17, 2011
Just had a listen to their songs and they are fairly good and do kind of talk about God and are good in that respect. Not too sure how it really reaches different ages to be honest but I would recommend all to at least give them a listen to. 

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BAD ALBUM ART! | Posted August 15, 2011
Yes, you can't judge a book by a cover, but THIS IS NOT A BOOK!  This is at the very most a picture of the Bible, which is 66 books, and someone is reading it in the forest.  Great.  SAVE MOTHER NATURE!  :D 

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