From the writer of “At The Foot Of The Cross” and “I Belong,” We Still Believe features Northern Ireland’s Kathryn Scott in an amazing night of worship. Recorded live, this album includes a special appearance by Brian Doerksen and features ten refreshing worship songs PLUS a bonus cut, Kathryn’s powerful song “Hungry.” An assortment of accompaniment products are available, including a CD Trax, Songbook, and a Digital Songbook that is transposable into any key.
“My deepest prayer is that as people listen to this live worship album, they will feel the presence of the King and move into all that God has for them. May there be healing for hearts that have become despondent and may the spirit of the suffering servant breathe new life that provides strength for today and a bright hope for tomorrow,” says Kathryn.
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Kathryn Scott - We Still Believe| Posted August 27, 2010
Finally! An album that falls into my favorites category. Praise and Worship. Like many of the more recent albums I have reviewed, Kathryn Scott is another artist I have never heard of before. My first thought was, "Wow, she sounds a lot like Darlene Zschech and Rita Springer."
Reigning all the way from Northern Ireland as a worship leader and pastor with her husband at Causeway Coast Vineyard Church, it seems her name has been quietly known since 1999. One of her more familiar worship songs, "Hungry (Falling On My Knees)", has been featured on more than a dozen worship compilations over the years, including this album, which can be found on bonus track 11. Intimate, beautiful, humble and "hungry" are the best words to describe this track. It's like a letter to your best friend... "I'm falling on my knees, offering all of me, Jesus, You're all this heart is living for. Hungry, I come to You for I know, You satisfy, I am empty, but I know Your love does not run dry...So I wait, so I wait, so I wait for You". How many of us can truly say this? How many of us can say that this is our prayer or letter to God?
Another familiar song, "There is a Redeemer", can be heard on track 9. I love the lyrics..."Thank You, Oh my Father for giving us Your son. And leaving Your spirit till Your work on earth is done...When I stand in Glory, I will see His face, and there I'll serve MY King Forever, in that Holy place"! This song is about thankfulness and appreciation for what the Savior has done for us. Adoration, admiration, friendship, honor and love for The One who died for us.
This album is packed full of songs just like these. If you love Praise and Worship music, you will want to pick up a copy of this album. If you are a fan of Darlene Zschech or Rita Springer...definitely add Kathryn Scott to your list.
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We Still Believe Album Review From Kathryn Scott| Posted October 31, 2010
This is a awesome worship album from Kathryn Scott. I loved every single song on this album. Brian Doerksen was featured on two songs on this album. When you hear both of those songs you will know that Brian Doerksen and Kathryn Scott sing a beautiful duet of both of this songs. If you love music from Kathryn Scott or just a fan of her music then check out this album as it is a lot of awesome new songs from her. It also has one of her classic songs called Hungry (Falling On My Knees) which is one of my favorite songs from her. Check out this album as soon as you can.
It's ok| Posted August 17, 2010
I'm a big fan of hers- but I don't really care for this album- It takes a couple of new songs throws it in the mix with a couple of old songs and then old songs that have been chopped up and reconfigured to make you think that they are new- "You're Good Lord" for example.
Not so average| Posted August 13, 2010
Usually I don't like this style of music, but her music seems different. It's not the best, but it's better than average in my opinion. Actually, rather than getting the cd, I would advise listening to the songs first and then purchasing the ones you like online. Only because it's a little different.
Great Contemporary Worship| Posted August 03, 2010
A great live contemporary worship album. I don't typically listen to a lot of live worship, but really enjoyed listening to this one. I felt that it really exalted and honored the Lord, very moving.