The live album, recorded at IHOPKC's annual Onething young adult conference last December (Dec. 28-31), features some of the most memorable songs from the event all led by members of its worship team during the conference.
Each December downtown Kansas City is transformed into a global destination for thousands of fiery worshipers as IHOPKC hosts its annual Onething conference at the Kansas City Convention Center. This premier event, which draws approximately 20,000 church leaders and young people from congregations all across the world each year, featured Forerunner Music artists and IHOPKC worship leaders Misty Edwards, Jaye Thomas, Laura Hackett Park, Jonas Park, Jon Thurlow, Justin Rizzo and Ryan Kondo. Shout Your Name captures the energetic atmosphere and vibrant worship of the conference, while leading listeners to encounter Jesus through passionate worship, teaching of the Word and ministry in the power of the spirit.
"The primary aim of Onething is, and always has been, 'to encounter Jesus so that we might go forth to do His works and change the world'," notes Forerunner Music President Nick Syrett. "We are humbled and honored for our worship artists to take the lead in fulfilling this mission, not only as participants in the Onething conference, but as instrumental players in God's big picture plan."
Focusing on the conference's theme of "Until the fame of Jesus fills the earth," each song from the 11-track project reflects the unique musical and spiritual giftings shared 24/7 by the worship team at the House of Prayer.
Other stand-out tracks include the acoustic-driven "So Come" sung by Misty Edwards, one of IHOPKC's most well-known worship leaders, the very reflective "I Will Wait" from Ryan Kondo and about hearing God's voice "in the midst of this noise," and "Hymn (John 1)" from Jaye Thomas, featuring the gospel vocal ensemble, The Cry, made up of current or past prayer room singers and worship leaders at IHOPKC. Also featured is Laura Hackett Park's "In The Presence of Angels" and "Lift Up Your Head," the inspiring song that gave her most recent album (Love Will Have Its Day) its title.
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Famous Jaye Thomas
Shout Your Name Jon Thurlow
In The Presence of Angels Laura Hackett Park
For Your Glory Jaye Thomas
We Come (All Blessing) Jonas Park feat. Jessica Kohout
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Every December, thousands of people on fire for God pile into Kansas City for the annual Onething conference, hosted by the International House Of Prayer. During the 2014 gathering, artists such as Misty Edwards, Jaye Thomas, Laura Hackett Park, Jonas Park, Jon Thurlow, Justin Rizzo and Ryan Kondo offered their voices to help lead the audience in passionate worship. Their latest album, Shout Your Name, captures the vibrant atmosphere of that special occasion.
Jaye Thomas gets things off to an energetic start with "Famous," a declaration of their faith and dedication to making Christ's name known. Title track "Shout Your Name" sets the tone for worship and leads well into Laura Hackett Park's "In The Presence Of Angels."
Jonas Park makes his appearance on the record with the enthusiastic anthem "We Come (All Blessing)." Jon Thurlow covers the beautiful Kari Jobe song "When You Walk Into The Room," creating a powerful moment of worship.
"I Will Wait" proves to be another moving moment, opening with the line "Jesus, the Lover of my soul / the One who's in control when all the world fails me." "You've Set Me Free," an upbeat song of praise, is led by Justin Rizzo. Easily the best moment you'll find here, "Lift Up Your Head" boasts a bubbly beat and captivating vocals. Misty Edwards ends the album on a tender note of worship with "So Come."
After hearing this album, one thing is for sure: the Onething conference is made up of artists passionate about praising God's name. They exude joy and energy with each lyric. Those at the 2014 conference had a great time of worship, and those attending the 2015 meeting should be excited for all they have to look forward to. As long as Onething keeps leading, we'll be glad to listen.
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