North Point InsideOut/Centricity Music album “Abundantly More” on WorshipTeam

North Point InsideOut has released “Abundantly More” through Centricity Music and the songs are now loaded into WorshipTeam.com “Abundantly More” is a recording of some great new songs.

Wanting to inspire people to follow Jesus, and internationally known for its worship anthem “Death Was Arrested,” InsideOut’s five new songs on its sixth EP have been organically sown in the local church. Written, recorded and led by the North Point InsideOut team of songwriters and musicians, Abundantly More features the lead single and title track, “Abundantly More [Feat. Seth Condrey].”

“The song is a reminder that in Christ, we have been given everything we need for life and godliness,” shares InsideOut member Heath Balltzglier, who co-wrote “Abundantly More” with Seth Condrey, Matt Armstrong and Ethan Hulse. “Scripture says we are more than conquerors and that there is no lack in God. All the joy and the peace that I could ever need comes in seeking Him and His kingdom first.”

All songs are loaded and ready to use- just access your WorshipTeam.com system database.

The songs are full featured with complete lyrics, chord charts and full length audio. Check out these great new songs, hear them in the original key, or choose your own key and play it the way you like it.

blessings
Cody Gentes

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Rich Mullins/Three Albums and a Legacy of Faith

Twenty-two years ago on September 19th, Rich Mullins, a singer/songwriter/poet who contributed much to the world of Christian music, tragically died in a car accident. Writing songs such as “Awesome God,” “Sing Your Praise To The Lord,” and “Hold Me Jesus,” his songwriting and vulnerable (and oftentimes humorous) candor in concerts were things that resonated with audiences. Perhaps even deeper, in an industry that was often about pumping out the next big hit, his music was an overflow of his life, grappling with honest yearnings in his life of faith.

Part of the legacy that Rich left us is an example of a counter-cultural life. What some may not know is that in the later years of his life he lived and taught music to kids on the Navajo reservation in northern Arizona with a friend, while continuing to tour and write and record music. Another thing that Rich did was that he had a pastoral and financial board that helped manage his finances. He insisted that he be paid whatever the median income was at the time, and even in the height of his career, he didn’t know how much money he had!

This year, we wanted to remember Rich’s legacy, and as a tribute, three albums of his songs are loaded and ready to use in our system database:
“Songs”
“A Liturgy, A Legacy and a Ragamuffin Band”
and “The Jesus Record”

Check out some classic songs that are fully featured with complete lyrics, chord charts and full-length audio. Take a trip down memory lane or discover this artist for the first time. You can hear the songs in their original key, or choose your own key and play it the way you like it.

Be God’s (something that Rich would say),
Joel Bidderman

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Red Rocks Worship/Provident Label Group album “spark.” on WorshipTeam

Red Rocks Worship has released “spark.” through Provident Label Group and all songs are now loaded into WorshipTeam.com “spark.” is a live recording of some great new songs.

The Red Rocks Worship team shares this exceptional live worship experience, showcasing their songwriting strengths on this fifteen-song performance. Spark includes “God Of Grace,” “Breakthrough,” “Be Still,” “By The Cross,” and more.

All songs are loaded and ready to use- just access your WorshipTeam.com system database.

The songs are full featured with complete lyrics, chord charts and full length audio. Check out these great new songs, hear them in the original key, or choose your own key and play it the way you like it.

blessings
Cody Gentes

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The McClures/Bethel Music album “The Way Home” on WorshipTeam

The McClures have released “The Way Home” through Bethel Music and all songs are now loaded into WorshipTeam.com “The Way Home” is a recording of some great new songs.

Bethel Music artists Paul and Hannah McClure have been writing music together since they were 16 years old in their North Carolina youth group. Years later—living in California with two children—the McClures debut their first studio album and solo project The Way Home.

Lighthearted and vibrant, this album tells the story of the McClures finding their way home when the roadmap fails. Throughout the years Paul has discovered that home is “not an address or a place—it’s found inside, it is an intimate place with God and growing in relationship with family.”

With the help of producer and friend David Leonard, The McClures channel their Carolina roots in this album’s Americana, indie-pop style with a country flair.

Even better when they sing together, the duo’s harmonies convey sweetness and charm. Through The Way Home, the McClures hope to invite listeners into their story and impart strength and joy to keep going when the road is long.

All songs are loaded and ready to use- just access your WorshipTeam.com system database.

The songs are full featured with complete lyrics, chord charts and full length audio. Check out these great new songs, hear them in the original key, or choose your own key and play it the way you like it.

blessings
Cody Gentes

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Elevation Worship Records album “At Midnight” on WorshipTeam

Elevation Worship has released “At Midnight” through Elevation Worship Records and all songs are now loaded into WorshipTeam.com “At Midnight” is a live recording of some great new songs.

All songs are loaded and ready to use- just access your WorshipTeam.com system database.

The songs are full featured with complete lyrics, chord charts and full length audio. Check out these great new songs, hear them in the original key, or choose your own key and play it the way you like it.

blessings
Cody Gentes

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Samuel Lane/Vineyard Worship single “Jesus Beautiful” on WorshipTeam

Vineyard Worship has released “Jesus Beautiful” featuring Samuel Lane and the song is now loaded into WorshipTeam.com “Jesus Beautiful” is a studio recording of a great new song.

Vineyard Worship’s latest single “Jesus Beautiful” is a rich modern hymn centered on both the deity and humanity of Jesus. Featuring the inimitable Samuel Lane on vocals, “Jesus Beautiful” is an easy add to any Sunday morning set.

Seeing Your face
Seeing Your face is seeing God
Hearing Your voice
Hearing Your voice is hearing God

The song is loaded and ready to use- just access your WorshipTeam.com system database.

The song is full featured with complete lyrics, chord charts and full length audio. Check out this great new song, hear it in the original key, or choose your own key and play it the way you like it.

blessings
Cody Gentes

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For All Seasons/Centricity Music album “Life In Your Love” on WorshipTeam

For All Seasons has released “Life In Your Love” through Centricity Music and the song is now loaded into WorshipTeam.com “Life In Your Love” is a recording of a great new song

The song is loaded and ready to use- just access your WorshipTeam.com system database.

The song is full featured with complete lyrics, chord charts and full length audio. Check out this great new song, hear it in the original key, or choose your own key and play it the way you like it.

blessings
Cody Gentes

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Hillsong Worship album “Hay Más” on WorshipTeam

Hillsong Worship has released “Hay Más” through Hillsong Church and all songs are now loaded into WorshipTeam.com “Hay Más” is a recording of some great new songs.

Hillsong Worship focuses on the needs of the global church with Spanish language translations of their top worship favorites. Hay Más features Brooke, Rueben, Taya, and others on “Quien Dices Que Soy,” “Vivo Estoy,” “Hermoso Nombre,” and more.

All songs are loaded and ready to use- just access your WorshipTeam.com system database.

The songs are full featured with complete lyrics, chord charts and full length audio. Check out these great new songs, hear them in the original key, or choose your own key and play it the way you like it.

blessings
Cody Gentes

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David Leonard/Integrity Music album “The Wait” on WorshipTeam

David Leonard has released “The Wait” through Integrity Music and all songs are now loaded into WorshipTeam.com “The Wait” is a studio recording of some great new songs.

In early 2017, singer, songwriter and worship leader David Leonard was in Los Angeles for a career pinnacle, walking the red carpet as a GRAMMY® Awards nominee for his work with acclaimed worship duo All Sons & Daughters. It was a professional high during a personal low for David who was struggling through a season of anxiety, depression and heartache amidst questions and unanswered prayers. Hoping for clarity, he headed out the next day on a solitary, soul-searching road trip home to Tennessee.

It was late into his first night and he was driving through the desolate Mojave Desert when he began to see a light in the distance. At first, he thought he was nearing a city but realized as he drove closer, it was the moon breaking over the horizon and heralding what would be a breakthrough for him. “I felt like God just threw on this big flashlight and said, ‘I see you’,” he recalls. “I immediately felt acknowledged and seen.”

What David had thought would take an entire journey, happened in the first night with that moment turning out to be the moment he was longing for. With still so many stops to make along the way and despite the still unanswered prayers, he was already filled with life. It was a welcome reprieve following a seemingly endless wait.

“Everybody says ‘you’ll find God in the Grand Canyon’… and I did,” he says of the cross-country trek. “It was a sweet time, but it was nothing like when He met me in the desert.”

Back home and with a renewed sense of peace, David set out to creatively remain in the background as he wrote and produced from his studio near Nashville and All Sons & Daughters ended their season of recording and touring together. All the while, he continued working through the issues that had plagued him, including the bitter road of infertility that he and his wife had been walking. Along the way, he noticed that his experiences were surfacing in the songs he was writing for other artists. And those songs had begun weaving together his own story of heartache and redemption that would eventually become The Wait (Integrity Music), his first solo album in an almost two-decade career.

“I started looking over all these songs I’d been writing with other people, and thought, ‘These are my songs,’” Leonard recalls of realizing he’d unintentionally penned the album. “I wrote this record feeling no pressure to have to create some grand thing. I just got to write and have fun and enjoy it; and then all of a sudden, I had a record. As a writer, it was a really freeing place.”

Sonically, the album is a departure from the organic, acoustic-driven melodies that made All Sons & Daughters so beloved. Instead, The Wait feels like a beautiful combination of all three of David’s previous bands – – Jackson Waters, NEEDTOBREATHE and All Sons & Daughters.

“I think it’s going to catch people off guard,” he admits, “and that’s a good thing. It would’ve been a lot easier if I’d just made another All Sons & Daughters record, sonically. There was that worry of thinking, ‘If you want to succeed, you should just do what you’ve been doing.’ But that didn’t feel right to me. I knew I needed to do what the record was calling for and go in a different direction. There’s a playful side to me and I’m excited for people to see it.”

Lyrically, The Wait doesn’t stray from the vulnerability of David’s previous work. If anything, the collection’s 13 tracks are even more transparent, the themes more universal—all born out of personal experience. “I’ve always been the kind of guy who’s not afraid to talk about the things he’s walking through,” he says. “I don’t know if this is a Sunday morning record… maybe it’s more of a weekday record. But it is for worshipers. It’s for anyone who’s been in that desert place looking for signs of life.”

Still, some of the songs have already resonated with David’s home congregation, Journey Church, as he’s led them on Sunday mornings. The confessional “Know Your Heart” seeks to fully explore the heart of God, while the Psalm-like “You Know Me” ponders how a perfect God could possibly love His fallible children.

Meanwhile, “I Will Wait” chronicles the Leonards’ battles with infertility. After many years of prayerful waiting, daughter Ella Kate was born. Then, the couple experienced more waiting and a devastating miscarriage before finally welcoming their newest addition, daughter River, whose name is joyfully written into the song’s second verse: “Oh, the burdens that I’ve carried. They are heavy, oh too heavy to hold. But there’s a River. There’s a sunrise. There’s a new day and it’s bringing new life.”

“It’s the struggle of the wait,” David says of the track. “Every month for four years was a constant letdown and disappointment and probably the hardest thing my wife and I had ever walked through.”

“Share The Burden” timestamps the moment the couple knew they needed help in the midst of their journey and speaks to the greater need for community by everyone, no matter the nature of our burdens. The couple set out to intentionally find others to support them through their never-ending grief, and that network of people made all the difference.

Like many prolific songs do, lead single “Threads” came at the eleventh hour. After the record was finished, a candid conversation over breakfast with fellow songwriters Ethan Hulse and Andrew Ripp, led to the birth of the textured track. “The idea was just the unraveling of who we are and who we think we should be and what God has for us,” David explains. “In the grand scheme of things, the more we can surrender, and the more we can turn ourselves off, the better. Our unraveling is spurred by fear; it’s spurred on by anxiety, but then it’s wrapped up in a love that casts out all those things.”

All songs are loaded and ready to use- just access your WorshipTeam.com system database.

The songs are full featured with complete lyrics, chord charts and full length audio. Check out these great new songs, hear them in the original key, or choose your own key and play it the way you like it.

blessings
Cody Gentes

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Local Sound/Integrity Music album “Sunday School” on WorshipTeam

Local Sound has released “Sunday School” through Integrity Music and all songs are now loaded into WorshipTeam.com “Sunday School” is a recording of some great new songs.

True to the title, Sunday School takes five of the group’s favorite worship songs from their childhoods recorded with Local Sound’s pop worship spin.
Featuring some of the trio’s treasured worship songs like Darlene Zschech’s “Shout To The Lord” and Paul Baloche’s “Open The Eyes Of My Heart”.

“I grew up listening to these songs,” shares Local Sound’s Emily Wyant. “They are truly the soundtrack of my childhood. Though hundreds of new and wonderful worship songs have been released since then, these songs remind me of the childlike faith I am meant to live from. A faith that is purely based on worship and adoration of God without asking for anything in return. I am honored to be a part of a project that recognizes the beauty and importance of these songs.”

All songs are loaded and ready to use- just access your WorshipTeam.com system database.

The songs are full featured with complete lyrics, chord charts and full length audio. Check out these great new songs, hear them in the original key, or choose your own key and play it the way you like it.

blessings
Cody Gentes

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