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Another kids worship release out of nowhere.
Heather commented in my last post and alerted me to this fantastic new EP.
TFH Worship is the worship ministry of The Father’s House church, based out of Vacaville, CA but with additional locations in Napa and East Bay. TFH Kids is proud to partner with TFH Worship to release “Strong In Me,” a kids worship album for the whole family. These songs are fun, and powerful and we’ve produced them so that you’ll want more regardless of age!
The Church is also a part of the Hillsong Network, so I am a big fan already!
STRONG IN ME
1. Don’t Have To Wait
2. The Way
4. God Is With Me
5. You’re Everything
5 Tracks. I’ll take it, I want more, but you gotta start somewhere 🙂
This album continues the trend of albums produced for kids ministries by the worship ministry of the Church. (Planetshakers recent release, eKids etc.) They bring their expertise and strength to the table and pull off great with the kids in mind. It’s great to see a couple of slower songs, Stronger and God is with Me in the mix. It’s a bigger challenge to write worship songs for kids that keep them engaged.
Production values are fantastic, great mixes and excellent arrangements. The music does exactly what it needs to do and doesn’t get in the way of the message!
Get some kids voices on there and I am a happy man. Again, it’s tough to find really strong kid vocalists but worth the effort. And as with all releases, it’s great to see lyric videos we can use in live worship… looking forward to the next one!
Okay, so I’m gonna pick just one because of the brevity of the album 🙂
The Way – Great EDM sounding track and lyrics, especially the acapella intro, it’s uncommon and catchy. I really like how each section of the song flows into the next – verse to chorus to bridge – it keeps the song moving. “I know who I am, I know how to dance, And praise Your name” – simple lyrics declaring truth, as long as your definition of dancing includes my kind of awkward gyrating.