This new album brings together some of the most well-known songs sung in churches around the world with such renowned Christian artists and worship leaders as All Sons & Daughters, Lincoln Brewster, Paul Baloche, Jeremy Camp, Darlene Zschech, Desperation Band, Natalie Grant, Kim Walker-Smith, Kari Jobe, Rend Collective, Newsboys and more. Each of the songs on Worship Anthems Inspired By A.D. The Bible Continues was specifically chosen to complement the themes of the twelve A.D. television episodes.
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Buried In The Grave - All Sons & Daughters
Make A Way - Live - Desperation Band, Jon Egan
Great I Am - Paul Wilbur, Danny Gokey, Sharon Wilbur
Healer - Kari Jobe
Build Your Kingdom Here (Live) - Rend Collective
There Is Power - Lincoln Brewster
Breathe - The Brilliance
Your Name - Paul Baloche
Victor's Crown - Radio Version - Live - Darlene Zschech
Timeless Anthems| Posted March 12, 2015 A.D. The Bible Continues is the continuation of the wildly successful Bible miniseries. This new series focuses on the growth of the early church in the wake of Jesus's reality-shifting ministry. In partnership with the series, Integrity is releasing Worship Anthems Inspired by A.D., a compilation of powerful worship anthems intended to correspond to the themes of the series.
With names like Natalie Grant, Newsboys, Darlene Zschech and All Sons & Daughters, the talent behind this project is clearly strong. Newsboys' most recent smash hit anthem "We Believe" kicks the collection off with simple, timeless statements that have defined the core of the church. "Your Great Name" by Natalie Grant and "Overcome" by Jeremy Camp are other strong offerings most listeners will be instantly familiar with.
The project hosts some gentle stylistic diversity, with Jesus Culture mainstay Kim Walker-Smith offering "Spirit Break Out," Rend Collective sharing "Build Your Kingdom Here" and All Sons & Daughters lending their indie sound on "Buried in the Grave." Worship newcomers The Brilliance contribute their highly liturgical voice on "Breathe."
Some guest appearances on tracks lend to the strong showing, with Danny Gokey's powerful voice making an appearance on Paul Wilbur's "Great I Am" and Kathryn Scott singing with Paul Baloche on "Your Name." From beginning to end, every track is relentlessly dedicated to focusing in on the worthiness of God, the wonder of His gift in Jesus Christ and our appropriate response: unhindered adoration.
The artistry on this album is undeniable, with some of the most beloved and respected worship singers and songwriters making an appearance. The tracklist is noticeably well-curated too, with the songs offering just enough diversity while still feeling unified within the array of artists. A good blend of new and seasoned artists is present as well.
Although all of the songs are extremely strong in and of themselves, the only flaw is in the fact that it seems less like songs tailored to fit the themes of the specific story of the early church and more like simply a very strong worship compilation of some of the past few years' biggest hits. However, the fact that all the songs focus on simple truths that shaped the first century church as much as they shape our current day church does certainly still make them relevant to the story AD is telling.
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"Buried in the Grave" by All Sons & Daughters