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Sunday 30th December 2018

Catch The Fire Music release multi-artist album


THE CANADIAN ministry birthed 25 years ago during the outbreak of The Toronto Blessing, Catch The Fire Music, will release globally on 25th January the live album 'Presence: Live From Toronto'. Produced by Matt Fish, 'Presence: Live From Toronto' includes songs written and led by Chris and Summer Shealy, Jonathan and Alice Clarke, Grammy Award-winning songwriter Amber Brooks and Steve Tebb. The worship leaders sing songs written by Martin Smith and Israel Houghton along with four "spontaneous, authentic expressions of worship recorded live for the new album." Said Chris Shealy, "This project captures the fiery essence of who we are as a worship movement and the cry of our hearts to encounter God's transforming presence. We are a family of worshippers from around the world, brought together by a passion for God's presence. Encountering God is at the heart of what we do. Every time we gather to worship, we want to see hearts set on fire with love for Jesus, sons and daughters discovering true freedom and God moving among us just as he wants to." CR

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