Breakthrough is the brand-new live worship album from Chris McClarney. It follows the critically-acclaimed 2015 debut with Capitol CMG and Jesus Culture, Everything and Nothing Less. Breakthrough is a collection of songs written to help listeners overcome obstacles. In the search for joy and peace, this album reminds everyone to put their hope and trust in God alone, no matter the circumstance. 

Including new favorites, “Hallelujah for the Cross,” and “Crazy Love,” McClarney’s new album will uplift and inspire a new generation of worshippers to put their faith in the redeeming power of God.

Song Resources

Hallelujah For The Cross

Crazy Love

At The Mention

Over And Over

I'm Listening

Breakthrough

Worth It All

Hiding Place

Love That Saves

You Reign

Father's Day Set List

June 14, 2018

When we think about fathers, so many things come to mind. Depending on our circumstances, we might see fathers as loving, compassionate, and supportive. We might see strength and control. We might see disappointment or pain. We may see nothing at all. But no matter how we view earthly fathers, our Heavenly Father is always loving, compassionate, mighty, and sovereign. So, we can sing to God as His children, giving our Heavenly Father all the glory He is due. With that all in mind, we put together this set for you to use this Father’s Day (or any time you’re focusing on Father God in your worship time).

Set List:

1. Ever Almighty

2. Who You Say I Am

3. Good Good Father

Transition Video: Worship Together Father’s Day Mini Movie

4. How Deep the Fathers Love For Us

Begin with "Ever Almighty", proclaiming the power and glory of God. Next, play "Who You Say I Am", which reminds us that we are children of God, fully belonging and fully loved. Both of these songs transition seamlessly to one another. They are both in 6/8 time and you can keep things moving without pausing to get a new groove. Also, the original keys are only a half-step apart, so you can do them in the same key as well. Next, transition to "Good Good Father"—a song about God’s Fatherly love toward us. This is another 6/8 tune that allows you to continue without stopping, but there is also time to pause before sing to pray, show a mini movie about fathers, or encourage your church in some way. After "Good Good Father", transition to "How Deep the Father’s Love For Us". This song presents the gospel in such a clear and beautiful way, there are few songs that set up a time of teaching or reflection better. Depending on your service structure, use this song either as your last song before the sermon, as an invitation song, or as a worship moment toward the end of your service.

Best known as the primary singer/songwriter for the band Housefires, Pat Barrett is a worship leader at Grace Midtown in Atlanta, GA. With songs such as “Build My Life” and “Good Good Father,” Barrett is a key songwriter and artist in the broader worship community. He is the first signing on Chris Tomlin’s new label imprint, Bowyer & Bow, in partnership with Capitol CMG. His debut EP is out now, with a full length album coming later this year. You can learn more about Pat Barrett here.

Pat Barrett's new EP has relaunched including some favorites, "Build My Life" and "The Way (New Horizon)", as well as 4 originals. We hope that you enjoy this new music and that it is a blessing to your churches and ministries.

Song Resources

The Way (New Horizon)

Better

Build My Life

Sails

Into Faith I Go

God Is So Good (You Are Worthy)

 

Stir A Passion is the highly anticipated new live album from Worship Central—a worship collective in the UK led by Tim Hughes (“Here I Am To Worship”) and Luke Hellebronth (“Spirit Break Out”). With Stir A Passion, Worship Central delivers songs of prayer and praise that capture both elation and reflection from the people of God. It is an urgent plea before God to reveal more of His Spirit and kingdom here and now.

The Spirit of God is the central focus of the songs on Stir A Passion. From the penitent invocation and opener, “Pray” to the leading single, “All For Love (Gethsemane)”, to “Waves” and through the benediction, “Hope And Glory,” there is a desire to see the power of God, moving through the lives, communities and churches of believers—stirring a passion for worship in their hearts.

Song Pages

Pray

Majesty (O The Mystery)

Stir A Passion

All For Love (Gethsemane)

Praise The Lord (Evermore)

Never Give Up

Glory To Glory

Waves

Hope And Glory

“Who am I that the highest King

Would welcome me

I was lost but He brought me in

Oh His love for me

Oh His love for me”

Who does God say you are?

 As believers, this is such a monumental concept to grasp and to meditate on. Our identity resides in knowing ourselves in Christ and living within the stability of knowing you are who God says you are. Who are you that God would want to rescue you? That He would choose to give up His life for you? That He wants to bless abundantly? Let’s look at some declarations scripture makes over you:

I am God’s workmanship, created in Christ unto good works. (Ephesians 2:10)

I am an ambassador for Christ. (2 Corinthians 5:20)

I am part of a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a purchased people. (1 Peter 2:9)

I am greatly loved by God. (Romans 1:7; Ephesians 2:4; Colossians 3:12; 1 Thessalonians 1:4)

That last statement can make your heart flip or your body feel like it’s receiving a much-needed supernatural hug. You are G R E A T L Y loved by God. The God of all creation, the God of everlasting glory, the God who is and has everything loves YOU. He loves you G R E A T L Y.  

I am born of God, and the evil one does not touch me. (1 John 5:18)

I am complete in Him Who is the Head of all principality and power. (Colossians 2:10)

So obviously, God thinks you’re a pretty big deal. You’re royalty, you’re His workmanship, you are made complete in He who has all power and authority. You were created to love, be loved, and to serve all for the glory of the kingdom. That makes YOU and all of the things God has created you to be important. God sees you as valid and needed.

“Who the Son sets free

Oh is free indeed

I’m a child of God

Yes I am

In my Father’s house

There’s a place for me

I’m a child of God

Yes I am”

“I am a child of God”. We hear that phrase so often within our congregations that I believe we start to numb out the meaning of it and how it applies to our everyday lives. I once heard a professor at my university say, “The stronger our understanding of our identity in Christ becomes, the more our self-worth grows”.

We have times, especially as creatives, where we can be insecure, we can feel as though we aren’t good enough or we’re not able to take on big challenges. We feel like maybe we are just another writer, just another worship leader, perhaps an unimportant and unneeded contribution to the creativity and ideas being tossed around by our culture. You may have asked yourself hard questions like, “God can I really do this? I mean, I know you called me to it, but am I good enough? Why bring me into this when there are people all around who are so much better?” To which the Holy Spirit gently answers and says:

“Just. Stop. Who are you?”

You are a child of God. That can never be threatened or taken from you. While everything around you and about you changes, this is the one thing about yourself that will stay constant. If God says you are going to do something big, if He says that you are going to be successful in something then guess what—He gave you those dreams with the knowing that you WILL and CAN do it. We begin to doubt ourselves and the power of God when we chose to put our faith in any of our other self-schemas. We start to lean on our own strengths, our personalities, or our own interests and find that our self-worth is shaky and unstable. It’s only when you allow your identity to rest in who you are in God that fear leaves and that annoying inner self-critic finally closes its mouth.

“I am chosen

Not forsaken

I am who You say I am

You are for me

Not against me

I am who You say I am”

"You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you that you should go and bear fruit and that your fruit should abide, so that whatever you ask the Father in my name, he may give it to you." (John 15:16)

You are chosen by a God who loves you deeply. A God who is for you and is never against you. A God who has plans for you to prosper. A God who wants a relationship with you. A God who will never let you down.

We haven’t covered all the declarations God makes over you by any means, but, we hope that some of these statements have resonated with you today. We hope they encouraged you and maybe inspire you to dive deeper into knowing yourself as who God declares you to be.

 

Scripture quotations taken from The Holy Bible, New International Version® NIV®

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