Some great music out this week:
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1) Tim Hughes – Ultimate Collection.
With a heart and passion to encourage worship in the local church, Tim Hughes has compiled numerous worship songs over the last decade, many still the favorites today. Collectively these songs have equipped and transformed our modern day church.
Distilling these worship songs into a single compilation, ‘Ultimate Collection’ from Tim Hughes incorporates worship anthems such as ‘Here I Am To Worship’, ‘Beautiful One’, ‘Happy Day’ and ‘Counting On Your Name’.
From a young age, Tim learned the value and purpose of worship which then continued when appointed Director of Worship at Soul Survivor. From here, Tim moved to London’s HTB and established Worship Central where he continued to learn the importance of equipping the local church with leaders. In recent times, to shake up the old model of worship, Tim has launched a Worship Central course; a free giveaway course to train young worship leaders, which has already been run by over 600 groups from 49 different countries.
2) Cultivation Generation Live (Vineyard Music) – My Foundation
Good Review over at Worship Leader: http://worshipleader.com/myfoundation/
3) Bellarive – The Heartbeat
The members of Bellarive hope that the music of The Heartbeat pulls the listener closer to the depths of God’s heart, which is why even their song sequence has a intentionality to it. “When we were writing these songs, they definitely all seemed of a set,” shares Curran. “Each one revealed a little bit more of who God is to all of us, a different glimpse of His glory or love and getting deeper and deeper into His heart.”
4) Heather Clark – Overcome
Jesus Culture Music introduces British Columbia-based worship leader and songwriter Heather Clark with Overcome, an 11-track, live recording available on Kingsway June 19.
Known for her intimate lyrics and passionate worship, that have earned comparisons to Rita Springer and Kim Walker-Smith, Clark crafted Overcome to bless both congregations and individuals alike with its range of high praise moments and slower points of longing and pursuit.