Recorded live at the annual Passion 2013 Conference in Atlanta, Georgia, this highly-anticipated Passion album features sixsteps artists Chris Tomlin, Kristian Stanfill, Crowder, Matt Redman, Christy Nockels, renowned speaker Louie Giglio and special guest performances. Focused on the collegiate age group - yet spilling over to people of all ages - Passion exists to unite students for spiritual awakening in this generation. Since the first release in 1998, Passion albums have sold more than 1.8 million albums and have introduced the worship songs like “Our God,” “How Great Is Our God”, “God Of This City” and “Holy Is The Lord.”
The Passion Movement and the messages of founder Louie Giglio have marked the lives of millions of people around the globe, calling people everywhere to live for the glory of God. From its inception, the movement of Passion has birthed new anthems of worship, influencing countless churches and helping to define the current worship climate and establish artists Chris Tomlin, Kristian Stanfill, Crowder, Matt Redman, Christy Nockels, and others. Louie Giglio is the pastor and founder of Passion City Church in Atlanta, GA.
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God's Great Dance Floor (Chris Tomlin)
The Lord Our God (Kristian Stanfill)
Jesus, Only Jesus (Matt Redman)
Once and for All (Chris Tomlin)
Burning in My Soul (Brett Younker)
Revelation Song (Kari Jobe)
Children of Light (Kristian Stanfill)
Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies) [Chris Tomlin]
We Glorify Your Name (Chris Tomlin)
Here's My Heart (Crowder)
Come to the Water (Kristian Stanfill)
My Delight is In You (Christy Nockels)
Shout (Chris Tomlin)
In Christ Alone (Kristian Stanfill)
The Death of Death (Charlie Hall)
God's Great Dance Floor (ft. Chris Tomlin Live Video)
My Beloved (ft. Crowder)(Video)
Whom Shall I Fear (God Of Angel Armies)[ft. Chris Tomlin Video)
Raised To Life By The Breath Of a Living God (Louie Giglio Live Video)
Passion Worship Band [Let The Future Begin]| Posted February 24, 2013 Passion: Let The Future Beginwas recorded live at the annual Passion Conference in Atlanta. I eagerly wait for each newPassion worship collection. From the beginning268Generationhas been rooted in the confession of Isaiah 26:8:“Yes Lord, walking in the way of Your truth we wait eagerly for You, for Your name and renown are the desire of our souls.”As a result, Passion seeks to gather college and university students across the nation and around the world to seek the face of God, asking Him to ignite in our souls a passionate pursuit of Jesus Christ and a desire to spread His fame to everyone on earth. I’ve been collecting everyPassionworship collection since the inception in 1998. The conferences have developed and introduced the worship leaders David Crowder, Chris Tomlin, Christy Nockels, Charlie Hall, and Kristian Stanfill. This collection features the return of all of those names, and the introduction to Brett Younker.
My favorite Chris Tomlin led songs have generally been the new live recordings found on thePassionworship collections, going back to “We Fall Down,” “Enough,” “How Great Is Our God,” “God Of This City,” “Our God” and “White Flag.” This collection begins with the great new “dance” worship anthem“God’s Great Dance Floor,”and unlike previous Tomlin led songs, you probably won’t be adding that song to your church services. Don’t fret, however as you’ll certainly be singing the other new Chris Tomlin led songs“Whom Shall I Fear (God Of Angel Armies),” “Once And For All,” "We Glorify Your Name”and“Shout,” featuring Matt Redman.“God’s Great Dance Floor”was written by Martin Smith from Deliriousand is an unashamed declaration of faith to God wrapped around a new contemporary electronic musical style. I love the truth of the song: “You’ll never stop loving us, no matter how far we run, You’ll never give up on us, all of Heaven will shout, let the future begin. I come alive, I feel alive / I am alive on God’s Great Dance Floor.” The song is hooked-filled, fun and you’ll belt it out once you learn the chorus which features the album title. I love the crowd energy which opens this collection. There are 10 brand new songs on this 14 song regular edition collection. The other new songs, “Jesus, Only Jesus” by Matt Redman, “The Lord Our God,” “Children of Light” and “Come To The Water” by Kristian Stanfill, “Here’s My Heart”by David Crowder, and“My Delight Is In You”by Christy Nockels are all upbeat, catchy and worshipful. I especially like the musical arrangement on“Burning In My Soul”by new worship leader Brett Younker.
The other highlight for me is the new Christy Nockels song“My Delight Is In You”which gives me chills. I’m consistently mesmerized by the power and beauty of the lyrics and Christy's incredible vocals. The collection also includes great live performances of the modern anthems for the Church, Jennie Lee Riddle’s “Revelation Song” performed by Kari Jobe and modern hymn “In Christ Alone”performed by Kristian Stanfill.The Church can hear this collection and worship "Our God" with their whole hearts, minds and souls. “Whom Shall I Fear (God of Angel Armies)” is chock full of the Truth that as Christians, we need to have full reliance on God to deal with the struggles of life. The song perfectly expresses that dependence: “I’m holding on to Your promises, You are faithful…I know Who goes before me, I know Who stands behind, The God of Angel armies, is always on my side, The One Who reigns forever, He is a friend of mine.” Remember that if God is for us, who can be against us? We raise our hands to celebrate and in surrender. We can lift up our hands in confidence to God and know that His mercy is unfailing. His love is never-ending. He is our refuge and our strength. God's ultimate will is not to bring affliction upon people, but to restore us so that we may experience His unfailing love. I love singing these songs back to Jesus and telling Him plainly that I need no other than Him.
CLOSING THOUGHTS What’s most impressive is how these catchy songs will have you singing along at the top of your lungs after just a couple of listens. After an amazing run of new worship albums to start off the year with Chris Tomlin, Meredith Andrews, Rend Collective Experiment, Daniel Bashta and Hillsong UNITED, along comes some of the best new original worship songs I've heard in the past few years. If you want to experience a spine tingling worship experience then you can't go wrong with the biggest names in the business. Tomlin, Stanfill, Crowder, Nockels, Hall, Redman, and new worship leader Brett Younker are all in top form on this excellent Passion: Let The Future Begin album, another solid entry in this great series. There are several instantly sing-able and worshipful arrangements that you'll want to add to your Sunday morning set-list. The themes of this album are Trusting God, loving Him and loving others as He loved us. All of the songs are catchy, exciting and worshipful. After listening to the album, I am stirred with compassion to love people as Jesus loves us. That's the heart behind this album, and thank you Passion for blessing us with your music and for singing the Truth of the Gospel for the Kingdom of God.
Let The Future Begin By Passion Worship Band| Posted June 26, 2013
This is a real awesome album worship album featuring awesome worship songs like God's Great Dance Floor, Jesus Only Jesus, In Christ Alone, Shout, Revelation Song. Burning In My Soul, and many more. It also features a lot of awesome worship artists like Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, Brett Younker, Kristian Stanfill, Kari Jobe, Crowder, and Christy Nockels. It is one of my favorite albums from Passion Worship Band. I just loved the awesome worship songs you can just sing along to and just worship God with these songs on worship to the Lord. I would highly recommend this album to people who just love live worship music. Passion does a awesome job of putting the best worship songs on one album. I have loved all of the Passion albums I got. I know this one you got to add to your Passion collection. Be sure to get it and listen it on more than once. I know you will love it too.