Based on his own life story, Grammy-winner Zach Williams' powerful "Rescue Story" is a reflection of where Williams’ life was 20 years ago to now; singing about the moments and places that he didn’t even realize God was involved.
Videotaped live at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre, here's "Rescue Story" by Zach Williams.
Of her song "Rescue", Lauren Daigle says, “’Rescue’ is the most emotional song on the record [Look Up Child]. It brings me to one of the deepest places in myself & means more than I can express. I’ve been waiting so long for you to hear it.” Here’s Lauren’s official music video for “Rescue”…..
The worship leader/songwriter who co-wrote "Good Good Father" with Chris Tomlin, comes on the scene on his own with a worship anthem that celebrates who Jesus Himself is - the Way, the Truth, and the Life!
Here's Pat Barrett with a touching (official) acoustic performance of his song, "The Way (New Horizon)"
The first single from Lauren Daigle's long-awaited second album, Look Up Child, is “You Say". It demonstrates a growth in Lauren’s talent as a songwriter and vocalist. The song is both emotional and uplifting - so is its accompanying video.
Here's Lauren's official music video for "You Say".
Crowder shows us his soul side with the track, "Bring the Rain"; featuring some vocal help from Mandisa. In talking about where the song came from, Crowder explained, "The same God that brings the sunshine also brings the rain." Since that's so, bring the rain too!
Here's Crowder and Mandisa together with the official music video of "Bring the Rain"...
Born out of a need to remind ourselves Who is in control, Rend Collective pens this mighty anthem, "Your Name is Power". After gazing at all the political unrest in the world, the band felt a burden to tell the world there is only one name that overcomes and brings ultimate hope!
Here's the official music video of "Your Name is Power" by Rend Collective.
Unspoken'srelease of this single, along with the announcement of their third album, both titled “Reason”, marks the band’s first full-length record in three years. In that time, Unspoken has not lost a single spec of the spark they've always had.