Jan 08 2013
Chris Tomlin: The Story Behind "Whom Shall I Fear"

Critics and Fans are LOVING 

Grammy Winner Chris Tomlin's

 New Album

 "Burning Lights"

out this week!

Chris Tomlin is receiving all kinds of love from media including The New York Times, USA Today and Billboard.

 

"Over the last decade Mr. Tomlin has become one of the most notable figures in Christian rock… Even when he is not around, his songs sustain him. Burning Lights is ... heavy on broad, anthemic choruses; and straightforward praise. It is a skill ... to write music this free of ego. Mr. Tomlin has a modest voice, full of yearning, but it’s not his voice that’s important. It serves only as a contour for others to follow, with a modesty that invites people in."

— The New York Times

 

The album has claimed the No. 1 spot on the iTunes® Christian & Gospel Albums Chart and No. 2 position on the iTunes® Overall Albums Chart. SWEET!

 

 

Lyric Video: "Whom Shall I Fear"

 

 

The story behind "Whom Shall I Fear"

 

 

About Chris Tomlin 

The internationally renowned GRAMMY® winner, whose career has yielded widely known worship anthems such as “How Great Is Our God,” “Holy Is the Lord” and “Jesus Messiah,” has given voice to the Church and millions of people around the world as they worship Jesus. Fresh off the stage at the Passion 2013 conference in Atlanta’s Georgia Dome,  he lead worship with a generation of 18-25 year olds from around the world at the  four-day gathering. 

 

Just last month, Tomlin earned his eighth GRAMMY® nomination with the announcement of a nod to “White Flag" for Best Contemporary Christian Music Song. Co-written with Jason Ingram, Matt Maher and Matt Redman, the song is from the live album Passion: White Flag, but also appears on Burning Lights.

 

 With eight albums, ten No. 1 radio singles, a GRAMMY® Award and five additional nominations, two Billboard Music Awards, 18 Dove Awards, a platinum and four gold albums to his credit, Chris Tomlin is among the most well-known and influential artists in contemporary Christian music. 

He is referred to by Time magazine as “most likely the most often sung artist anywhere.” 

In the midst of his record breaking success, Chris Tomlin stays busy touring and in his role as worship leader at Passion City Church in Atlanta, GA, 

 

Get Connected with Chris Tomlin 

Web site // http://www.christomlin.com 

 

 

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Jan 06 2013
VIDEOS: Manafest Encourages You for 2013

 

MANAFEST Encourages You For 2013

JEREMIAH 29:11

For I know the plans I have for you,” says the Lord. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope.

 

Get to know Manafest here!

 

 

Here's the lyric video for his latest "HUMAN"

 

 

 

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Jan 06 2013
LYRIC VIDEO: Colton Dixon "You Are"

 

COLTON DIXON

"A MESSENGER"

THE DEBUT ALBUM AVAILABLE JANUARY 29TH!!!

 

 

HERE'S THE LYRIC VIDEO FOR "YOU ARE" 

ENJOY!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Jan 02 2013
VIDEOS: Tenth Avenue North's "Worn"

 

 TENTH AVENUE NORTH

"WORN"

 

We just added this song this week, it is AMAZING!!!  When you are going through a difficult time,  when you are just depleted and feel you have no where to turn, this is a POWERFUL song that may just help you get through!  Share with someone who may be going through it too! 


 "Our God is a God that brings beauty out of pain"

 

TENTH AVENUE NORTH'S Lead singer Mike Donehey's video journal about their new song "Worn"

 

"It's not your circumstances that have to change, it is you."  

 

 

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Jan 01 2013
Aaron Shust Shares New Year Inspiration

 

 

To know where you're going you must know where you came from.

 

"Whatever your ministry is, to your church, your neighbors or your family, I challenge you this coming year to ask God to show you ways to honor your past as you look to shape your future. We need to honor our elders, those who have walked in the steps we are now taking, by valuing their thoughts and their input. They have learned, sometimes the hard way, the lessons we have yet to learn. By not indiscriminately discarding the traditions of yesteryear, we can help the people who are following in our footsteps see Jesus more clearly. "

-Aaron Shust

Read more about Aaron and his appreciation of the Old in a New Year in his exclusive Devotional with NewRealeaseTuesday.com

 

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