Indicating in a 95 out of 100 review at Jesus Wired, Chelsea DeVries writes, "Worship and Believe is definitely a rock solid effort of worship from Steven Curtis Chapman...his ear for good music mixed with faith-filled songwriting has not grown tone deaf but instead has gotten better with time." Rating the album a 4.8 out of five by The Christian Beat, Sarah Baylor says, "this new album truly delivers with a collection of songs that strike to the heart and inspire...Steven Curtis Chapman shares deeply personal lyrics and creates powerful worship moments with his latest release." Lauren McLean, allotting the album a four and a half star rating from Today's Christian Entertainmnent, writes, "Worship and Believe is full of beautiful reminders of who we are to the Lord and why we are here." Signaling in a three star review at Jesus Freak Hideout, Mark Rice says, "With Worship and Believe, I think the big creative misstep for Chapman was attempting to release a project full of music designed for congregational/Sunday morning/church/communal/group worship (call it what you will), rather than making a worship project with less restrictive confines." Rob Snyder, grading the album an A for Alpha Omega News, says, "this is another outstanding record."
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