Fresh off last year's debut studio album, Freedom Movement Worship has released its first live project. "No Limits" was recorded at the 2018 Go Live Conference for Freedom Church of Philadelphia, a fast-growing church in the heart of the city. Freedom Movement is the collective of artists creating the soundtrack to the wave of growth the church is experiencing in this season.
This album reflects a celebration of the ten-year history of the church and casts a bold vision for the next ten years. "This project was inspired by our leadership team's focus on Romans 12:1 as we prepared for our conference," says band leader Jeremy Moore. "We sought to write and cover songs reflecting a heart with God's mercy and grace in perpetual view, for such a heart will always be compelled to worship and cling to the truth of who God is, no matter the season. I believe there are no limits to what God can do through a son or daughter with a worshiper's heart."
And if the tracks on this album are any indication, there are no limits to the musical styles Freedom Movement can use to spread its message. From contemporary Christian music to pop, gospel to rock, "No Limits" reflects the diversity of the Freedom Church experience, which is both purpose-driven and passion-filled. Freedom Church is drawing in the city of Philadelphia, and Freedom Movement hopes the sounds and lyrics that comprise "No Limits" will inspire you to take one step closer to Jesus.
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Musically Diverse Church Worship| Posted December 14, 2018 What You Need To Know Freedom Movement, the Philadelphia-based church worship collective, releases their second album No Limits (Live), recorded live at Freedom's Church's 2018 Go Live Conference.
What It Sounds Like
Right from the start, No Limits (Live) feels like you've walked into a Sunday morning church service. The energy and community that is unique to a corporate worship experience permeates this album, and understandably so. Freedom Movement is the worship collective of Freedom Church in Philadelphia, PA and exists to capture the sound of worship and move of God in that local church and the city. Influenced by pop ("Wonder," "Glory Song"), contemporary ("You Are Good," "Awakened") and gospel sounds ("Narrow Gate," "At The Cross"), No Limits (Live) excels in musical diversity as much as it does in powerhouse lead vocals, stirring three-part harmonies, and sing-able lyrics. The album also features covers of worship repertoire staples "Mercy" by Bethel Music, "King of My Heart" by John Mark McMillan, "Build My Life" by Pat Barrett and "Spirit Break Out" by Jesus Culture.
Recurring themes on the album are surrender to God, devoting all of our lives to Him, and finding satisfaction in Him above anything else. From "Only You": You are my portion and I will wait for You / You are good to those who hope in You and we will see only You
Best Song On The Record
"Peace Be Still" wins for best song on the album. It contains one of the album's most powerful moments as the lead vocal sings out "You are the God of peace" and the lyric declares God's peace over our hearts and circumstances.
Final Word No Limits (Live) is an album born out of God's people worshipping and pursuing Him together and because of that, it's an album that will facilitate God's people worshipping and pursuing Him together. Even in moments of personal worship, the lyrics will give voice to your prayers of faith, devotion, and surrender to God.