Faith, Family, Love and Reviews

Vineyard Worship: ‘This is Your Kingdom Come Now’ review AND contest!

on September 28, 2012

About the Album:

This dynamic new album features veteran worship leader and songwriter Casey Corum and a cast of friends recorded before a full house over two nights at Corum’s home church. Listeners will also be introduced to the powerful voices of Torri Baker (Vineyard Church – Columbus, Ohio) and Crispin Schroeder (Northshore Vineyard – Covington, Louisiana), as well as a 17-voice gospel choir. Threads of R&B, gospel, and modern rock are woven together to create a fresh sound while, at the same time, being deeply rooted in the hallmark Vineyard worship value of intimacy with God.

My Opinion:

This is just another big hit for Vineyard Worship music – somewhat upbeat but also quiet and can be used for just focusing on the Lord and what He is doing and has done.  There are 12 tracks on the album and all are wonderful but I think the one that really spoke to me was “Heaven Come Down” – I tried to find a YouTube video to share with you but there isn’t one of this version.  You can listen to Love Has Rescued Me though if you’d like to hear a sample of what this great worship album sounds like.  All three of my children enjoy it and are actually listening to it as they clean rooms – what a great way to instill a love of the Lord while doing the every day things of life!


I’m doing the contest a bit different this time – as I know leaving a comment for each entry is a bit tedious – I’m going to post the contest for a physical copy of the CD over at my other blog, An Ohio Reviewing Mom.  If you head over there, you’ll find the Rafflecopter form to enter the contest to make it easier on you and me.

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