"Beyond the sound, the rhythm, the art… beyond the strings, the keys, the melodies… beyond the stage, the set, the lights… are the PEOPLE. Ordinary men, women & children, from all walks of life, in all sorts of circumstances and each one with a unique story to tell. This is the Church… and this is Hillsong’s 18th Live praise and worship album ‘faith+hope+love’. EveryONE together playing their part and lending their voice to the collective story, OUR story. Recorded LIVE in March 2009, over 3 weekends and locations, the people of Hillsong Church gathered across our city - in their respective campuses - and then united together as ONE in celebration of an ever good and gracious God. Led by the Hillsong worship team including Hillsong UNITED, Darlene Zschech & Reuben Morgan, this album features 13 songs of FAITH in the midst of personal circumstances, HOPE in Jesus for the future, and LOVE – one for another. The prayer is that ‘Faith+Hope+Love' will breathe the light, love and freedom of Christ into your life, and continue to give expression to what God is doing in and through PEOPLE all over the Earth."
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Solid songs but nothing innovative| Posted December 01, 2009
As usual Hillsong has produced another album of solid songs. I'm sure these new songs will be a great resource for churches. While the songs are solid, they sound very much like a lot of their previous work. It would be nice to see a bit more musical innovation
Fantastic| Posted August 05, 2009
I have always enjoyed worshiping with Hillsong because that is what you are basically doing when you listen to their live albums. What troubles me the most though and what stuck out to me the most in this album, is the fact that it seems Hillsong is making God a product and not the Spirit He is. There are a few songs on this album were Darleen or Reuben are almost forcing you to worship. I don't know if I am reading too much into this, but that is what I heard on this album; more so than any other album. However, with all that aside, this still is a great album of worship. My favorites are "For Your Name," and "Glow."