CONTEMPORARY PRAISE & WORSHIP ALBUM, iStand with Israel is a 12 song, multi-artist project on the City of Peace Media label. The album includes new music from House of Peace, produced by Grammy and Dove Award Winning Producer Ed Cash, the new modern worship band set to debut in early 2013; Dove Award-nominated CCM artist John Waller; critically-acclaimed modern worship artist Jordan Elias; Covenant Award winner and Dove Award nominee Sean Spicer (with special guest Tilly Cryar); and international worship leader Ted Pearce. The CD also features worship artists from the land of Israel - Shani Ferguson, Karen Davis, and Marc Chopinsky. All of these artists share a common call to share God's heart for Israel in these important days.
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War heart| Posted August 15, 2012
Showing to Israel the message of God this album with a various artist, is giving hope and in a place where war and violence is so obvious, them are bringing the heart of God, i need to say thats is so important to look to our roots?
Love Most of These Songs| Posted August 13, 2012
Garden of Secrets by Shani Ferguson, Baruch At Adonai by Marc Chopinsky and of course- TED PEARCE!! Love them all! Churches would benefit a ton by adding Messianic worship to parts of their worship. Churches would also benefit tremendously if they also added the Davidic dancing along with the worship! I do believe that there is coming a time that my generation will return the church to dancing worship again! :D
(The Church Body would also benefit by realizing that worship doesn't just have to be singing, it can be artwork, dancing, flag waving, etc).
However, that being said, I agree and disagree with StellarKart on the one that worship today all soungs the same. Yes, in one way, it does. But if you look back into history, that's the way it goes. Originally there were the Psalms and for hundreds to thousands of years those were used. Then the Latin Church came up with liturgical prayers and similar hymns. Those were used over a thousand years. Then the hymns we have come to know came into existance 2 to 3 hundred years ago. Lastly, we have contemporary worship (bowl and harp, alternative, soaking, etc) which began about fifteen years ago.
StellarKart, I do agree that we should bring more variety into worship. Why don't you start the ball rolling? I'd be happy to hear what you create! If you can't make music, then let's pray for worship to be created with even greater creativity! :D
This album has some songs that sound like regular worship songs but not all of the songs do. Some have a wispy rock feel, others have the messianic worship sound and more! If you haven't heard of some of these artists, go check them out- seriously! You'll be glad you did!!
We Will SEE| Posted August 11, 2012
I dont know what to think. I've never been a fan of worship music now adays becasue i all sounds the same. I really doesn't seem different here. I hope in the future they will add variety and introduce us to worship that will knock our socks off!