Jesus Culture - Unstoppable Love

Published Wednesday 20th August 2014
Jesus Culture - Unstoppable Love
Jesus Culture - Unstoppable Love

RATING 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 149979-20234
LABEL: Elevation ELE2006D
RELEASE DATE: 2014-05-10
RRP: £12.99

Reviewed by Stephen Luff

This CD/DVD package was recorded at Jesus Culture's annual Encounter Conference in Sacramento's Memorial Auditorium in January. Alongside the CD, the DVD contains two additional songs "Wide Open" and "Born Of God" plus a stirring message given by Jesus Culture's founder Banning Liebscher titled Answering The Call To Prayer which concluded the conference. The album delivers a set of worship songs of the highest quality and leaders Chris Quilala and Kim Walker-Smith have clearly lost none of their prophetic power. New material includes the energetic "Sing Out" and "We Will Run" alongside intimate songs such as the beautiful title track while Jesus Culture's rendition of Redman's "10,000 Reasons" is as moving as the original. Demonstrably, Jesus Culture's relocation from Redding to Sacramento has not affected their ability to present the international Church with an anointed worship experience.

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Product Description
This release will be a combination CD/DVD that will feature live worship from the Jesus Culture Encounter Conference in Sacramento, CA that took place in January 2014 and was where this album was recorded. The new project captures the heart and vision of Jesus Culture and is reminiscent of where it all began, with live worship CD/DVDs that brought the listener into the presence of God that was felt at the event. The CD will contain 11 tracks, mostly new originals while the DVD will feature 13 songs and Banning Liebscher’s sermon from the conference.

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