The top 25 Christian Music Singles for the week of Jul 29, 2014

The top 25 Christian Music Singles for the week of Jul 29, 2014.

1: Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)
2: We Believe
3: This Is Amazing Grace
4: Fix My Eyes
5: Hope In Front Of Me
6: Thrive
7: Do Something
8: Multiplied
9: All The People Said Amen
10: Start A Fire
11: Greater
12: Waterfall
13: Back To You
14: Do Life Big
15: Overwhelmed
16: My Heart Is Yours
17: More Of You
18: No Man Is An Island
19: Forever
20: Glorious Unfolding
21: Thank God I Got Her
22: King Of My Heart
23: Open Up The Heavens
24: Break Every Chain
25: The Broken Beautiful

Christian Artist Music Release Dates for 2014

July 2014

July 1
.Hillsong Worship No Other Name [Hillsong]
.Kingdom Covenant Worship [Integrity]
.Planetshakers Nada Es Imposible [Integrity]
.Trent 252 Sessions: iTunes Deluxe EP [Vineyard UK]

July 6
.MXPX MXPX Acoustic Collection [Rock City]

July 8
.68 In Humor and Sadness [Good Fight]
.Vanessa Bell-Armstrong Icon (Hits) [Capitol CMG]
.Michael Card Icon (Hits) [Capitol CMG]
.Lauren Daigle How Can It Be – Single (iTunes) [Centricity]
.Gungor I Am Mountain (Deluxe Edition) (independent)
.Gungor I Am Mountain – Bonus Material (independent)
.Hawk Nelson Icon (Hits) [Capitol CMG]
.Islander Violence & Destruction [Victory]
.KJ-52 Icon (Hits) [Capitol CMG]
.Ragamuffin (Wider DVD Release)
.The O.C. Supertones Icon (Hits) [Capitol CMG]
.Phanatik The Art of Battle Rap: Puns and Punchlines, Vol. 1 (independent)
.Shout Praises Kids Canta Al Senor [Integrity]
.Unspoken Unspoken (CD Release) [Centricity]

July 15
.About A Mile About A Mile [Word]
.David Dunn Crystal Clear EP [BEC]
.Guardian Almost Home (independent)
.Moriah Peters Brave [Essential]
.Paul Wilbur Coleccion [Integrity]

July 22
.Anberlin Lowborn [Tooth & Nail]
.Bellarive Before There Was [Sparrow]
.Carman 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Carman [Sparrow/Capitol CMG]
.Colony House When I Was Younger [Descendants]
.Emery 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Emery [Capitol CMG]
.Forevermore Telos [Solid State]
.Norma Jean 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Norma Jean [Capitol CMG]
.Kierra Sheard GRACELAND [Motown Gospel]
.Starfield 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best Of Starfield [Sparrow/Capitol CMG]
.Various Pass The Mic: The Rise Of Christian Hip-Hop [BEC/Capitol CMG]
.War of Ages Supreme Chaos [Facedown]

July 29
.Adia Behind Enemy Lines [Xist]
.Bethany Devine Daily Confessions [Universal]
.HillaryJane Stix & Stones EP [Infiltrate]
.Jonas Park & David Bollmann Forward EP [Forerunner]
.Canton Jones God City, USA [CAJO]

August 2014

August ??
.The Classic Crime What Was Done: Volume One (independent)

August 5
.Family Force 5 Time Stands Still [Word]
.Fever Fever Aftermath [Slospeak]
.His Kidz United His Kidz Vol. 2 [Universal]
.Jars Of Clay 20 (Double Album) [Gray Matters]
.Manafest The Moment [BEC]
.Mouth of the South Struggle Well [Facedown]
.NF EP [Capitol]
.Smokie Norful Forever Yours [Motown Gospel]
.Various Artists Reverence: An Offering [Fuel Music]

August 17
.Kevin Max Broken Temples (independent)

August 19
.Austin Adamec All The Brighter [Reunion]
.Lincoln Brewster Oxygen [Integrity]
.Colton Dixon Anchor [Sparrow]
.Darkness Divided Written In Blood [Victory]
.David Crowder*Band 3 Album Collection: Church Music / Remedy / A Collision [Capitol CMG]
.Amy Grant In Motion: The Remixes [Sparrow]
.House of Heroes The Smoke EP (independent)
.Hymn Revival Gold City [New Haven]
.Esterlyn LOVE [VSR]
.Brent Jones Joy Comin’ [Universal]
.Kutless 3 Album Collection: Believer / Strong Tower / Kutless [Capitol CMG]
.Lights Go Down (Jason Dunn) The Acoustic Sessions (independent)
.Lindsay McCaul One More Step [Centricity]
.Newsboys 3 Album Collection: Live In Concert – God’s Not Dead / ICON (Hits) / He Reigns – The Worship Collection [Capitol CMG]
.Phillips, Craig & Dean 3 Album Collection: Greatest Hits / Let My Words Be Few / Let Your Glory Fall [Capitol CMG]
.Selah You Amaze Us [Word/Curb]
.Sleeping Giant Finished People [Century Media]
.Switchfoot 3 Album Collection: Legend of Chin / New Way To Be Human / Learning To Breathe [Capitol CMG]

August 26
.Bluetree Bluetree [Integrity]
.Steffany Gretzinger The Undoing [Bethel/Provident]
.Thousand Foot Krutch Oxygen:Inhale (independent)
.Various Artists Holy Hip Hop, Vol. 18 [Holy Hip Hop]
.Various Artists Revelation Song: 11 Essential Worship Songs [Fair Trade]

September 2014

September ??
.Sarah Kelly My Corner of Heaven (independent)
.Remedy Drive Commodity (independent)
.David Thulin Reconstruction 2.2 [DREAM]

September 2
.All Sons & Daughters All Sons & Daughters Limited Edition White Vinyl [Integrity]
.Elina Garanca Meditation [Universal]
.Hillsong Worship No Other Name DVD [Sparrow]
.Paul Porter F.R.E.E. [Motown Gospel]
.John Schlitt The Christmas Project (CD Release in Stores) [4K]
.Jonathan Thulin Science Fiction [DREAM]
.Various Artists Great Big God 5 [Vineyard UK]

September 9
.Lecrae Anamoly [Reach]
.Jaye Thomas Here is my Worship [Forerunner]
.Veritas Veritas [Fair Trade]

September 16
.Flyleaf Between The Stars [Loud and Proud]
.for KING & COUNTRY Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong. [Word]
.Mandisa Get Up – The Remixes [Sparrow]
.New Hope O’ahu Victorious [DREAM]
.Sanctus Real The Dream [Sparrow]
.Various Artists Timeless Treasures: Hymns & Praise [Sonoma]
.Various Artists Timeless Treasures: Bluegrass Gospel [Sonoma]
.Various Artists Timeless Treasures: Southern Gospel [Sonoma]

September 23
.Kim Collingsworth Majestic (CD) [StowTown]
.Kim Collingsworth Majestic DVD [StowTown]
.Disciple Attack (independent)

September 30
.Desperation Band Banner [Integrity]
.Amy Grant Icon Christmas (Hits) [AG/Sparrow]
.Guy Penrod Christmas [Gaither]
.David Phelps O Holy Night (2014) [Gaither]
.Dustin Smith Coming Alive [Integrity]
.Michael W. Smith untitled new Christmas album [Sparrow]
.Chris Tomlin Glory In The Highest: Christmas Songs Of Worship (Deluxe Edition) [Sparrow]
.Various Artists WOW Hits 2015 [Capitol CMG]
.Various Artists WOW Hits 2015: Deluxe Edition [Capitol CMG]

October 2014

October ??
.Aaron Shust untitled Christmas album [Centricity]
.Fireflight Innova (independent)
.Jonathan Thulin untitled new album [DREAM]

October 14
.Laura Hackett Love Will Have Its Day [Forerunner]
.Rhett Walker Band Here’s To The Ones [Provident]
.We Are Leo untitled new album [DREAM]

October 15
.Carolyn Arends Christmas: Story of Stories (independent)

November 2014

November 25
.Trent untitled studio album [Vineyard UK]

Brandon Heath married in Nashville, Tennessee On May 25th 2014

News-CongratulationsMrMrsBrandonHeath-May27-2014Brandon Heath married in Nashville, Tennessee on Sunday evening, May 25th, in the beautiful Scarritt-Bennett Chapel in Heath’s native city.

Country artist and songwriting star Deana Carter sang for the couple’s first dance and guests enjoyed a unique biscuit bar and tasty wedding cake.

As a gift to their friends and family, the new couple donated a well in the names of their wedding guests via Blood: Water Mission. Brandon said of his bride, “I’m a blessed man to marry such a beautiful woman, inside and out. Her heart is soft and her mind is inspiring. Siebe is compassionate and empathetic to all people, and I can’t think of a better person to do life with. We’ve been friends for years and dated for the last two years. We are ready for this next step in our lives, knowing that God will be in the center.” Photo by JKOE studio’s Jason Koenig.

About Brandon Heath:
Since Brandon Heath’s debut on Reunion Records with Don’t Get Comfortable (2006), he has become one of Christian music’s most beloved and respected artists and songwriters. Heath has garnered an Emmy Award, five GRAMMY nominations, an American Music Award nomination, honored as a five-time GMA Dove Award recipient, including Male Vocalist of the Year (2009 and 2010) and multiple songwriting honors. His award-winning songs and signature vocals reflect a soaring radio career that includes top hit songs: “I’m Not Who I Was,” “Wait and See,” the 2009 GMA Dove Award-winning Song of the Year, “Give Me Your Eyes,” the eight-week chart topper, “Your Love,” “Jesus In Disguise,” “Love Does” and many others.

Heath, a Nashville native, first began writing at age 13. His artistry and ability to connect with audiences have compelled countless media outlets across the nation to platform his story and music. Highlights include Billboard magazine, “CBS Evening News with Katie Couric,” Relevant magazine, a 2011 feature by the Wall Street Journal and selection as a presenter during the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards. Other key spotlights include Discovery Channel’s “On The Case With Paula Zahn,” which highlighted “Give Me Your Eyes” (What If We 8/19/2008), and a feature by The New York Times Sunday edition, touting Heath as a GRAMMY-nominated newcomer “that shouldn’t be allowed to slip through the cracks.” Heath released his first Christmas project, Christmas Is Here on Oct. 15, 2013, following recent album, Blue Mountain (Oct. 9, 2012).

Kevin Max Transitions Out As Former Abandon Singer Josh Engler Becomes Frontman

Kevin Max Transitions Out
June 4, 2014 – Franklin, Tenn – After nearly two years and over 150 shows, Audio Adrenaline has announced that Kevin Max is stepping down as lead singer of the band. Josh Engler, formerly of the band Abandon, will replace Max as the group’s new lead vocalist.

Kevin Max spent the last two years utilizing his unique vocal and writing talents along with bass player Will McGinniss, drummer Jared Byers, and guitarist Dwayne Larring, who joined the group in August of 2013. Together their efforts continued to share Audio A’s foundation, which was started by the band’s original lead singer Mark Stuart, as well as McGinniss and former band mate Bob Herdman, which is caring for “the least of these” in Haiti and providing support and care for the orphaned and abandoned children residing at the Hands & Feet Project in Jacmel and Grand Goave.

Audio Adrenaline’s musical direction will remain focused on vertical-based songs complemented with their signature energetic rock sound. The band has also recently partnered with Teen Mania’s Acquire The Fire to provide a renewed worship experience for future Acquire The Fire events, and will join its founder Ron Luce in expanding the organization’s worship programming.

This is a mutual decision between Kevin Max and the band. The transition will allow Max to further pursue solo and creative opportunities through song and word, one of his biggest passions.

“It has been an honor and a great privilege to be a part of the work Audio Adrenaline has done these last two years,” Max shares. “Mark Stuart and Will McGinniss have always been close friends of mine, and this chapter of our lives in service together has been beautiful. I look forward to continually being involved in the Hands and Feet Project and also as a creative ally in anything Audio Adrenaline does in the future.”

Josh Engler previously was Abandon’s lead singer for eight years (2004-2012), leaving that role in 2012 to focus on his family and his church. In 2013, he became the worship arts pastor of Bethel Church in Evansville, IN. Now, with the full support of his church leadership he is excited to continue the role that Stuart so passionately created before permanently losing his vocal abilities more than seven years ago.

Audio Adrenaline will continue their work with the Hands & Feet Project, being the voice for orphans in Haiti and around the world. Additionally, through their new partnership with Acquire The Fire, they will be able to partner with Global Expeditions to bring groups of missionaries on short-term mission trips to Haiti. Net proceeds from their music sales continue to go to the Hands & Feet Project to continue growth and support for the organization. More information about Hands & Feet Project is below.

Audio Adrenaline co-founding member Will McGinniss shares, “I love Kevin and it has been nothing but an honor and a joy to get to journey life with him these last two years. During every show I would look across the stage and smile and think ‘God, you are a Creative and Redemptive God.’ AudioA and the Hands and Feet Project will be forever grateful to Kevin. I pray that God will continue to use Kevin in a powerful way through music. He is and always will be a dear brother to us all.”

Audio Adrenaline – McGinniss, Engler, Byers and Larring – has been hard at work writing songs and are currently in the studio working on their follow-up to the band’s 2012 critically-acclaimed release, Kings & Queens. The new album is slated for release in 2015 by their record label and ministry partner, Fair Trade Services. Connect with Audio Adrenaline by visiting

In 2004, the members of Audio Adrenaline founded the Hands & Feet Project. Inspired by fan reaction to the band’s song “Hands and Feet,” HAF is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing long-term, family-style care for orphaned and abandoned children with the love of Christ. They strive to raise a generation of orphaned children who will grow up to reach their God- given potential, while empowering first world citizens to partner with them in service at home and abroad.

The organization broke ground on their first Children’s village in Cyvadier, a small town on the Southern coast near Jacmel, and began their journey of serving the forgotten children of the impoverished Caribbean nation. Currently tending to over 70 children in Cyvadier, a second village opened in Grand Goave in 2008 and is caring for 30 children.