Today, New Life Worship release their long-awaited live album, “Over It All.” After 20 years of worship ministry, and seven years since their last project, the worship team of New Life Church is back with music that “exudes spirit-fueled energy, joy and surrender to the Lord.”
A press release noted, “Worship is at the core of New Life Church. Of the 11 songs found on ‘Over It All,’ each carries fresh hope and holy defiance, birthed directly from the heart of their community. The recording invites the listener to join with the unshakeable Kingdom of God, where each voice brings their song of praise, declaring truth, hope and light in the face of our cultural moment.”
Worship leader Jon Egan noted, “Worship is a response based on revelation and choice based on conviction.” This resonates from the jubilant album opener "There Is A Savior" to more meditative titles such as "Gloria Patri."
It is the hope of New Life Worship that “Over It All” would sound like its church. Egan explained, “If it's big sounding, it’s because we are bursting to describe God’s holiness. If it's aggressive, it’s because we are interceding with all we are. If it’s sweet, it’s because there is nothing like his presence.”
New Life Worship is a collective of worship leaders and musicians that serve at New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colorado. With a rich history of serving the church with songs "Strong God," "Great I Am," "I Am Free," and "Here In Your Presence," New Life Worship is stepping into a fresh season of new songs being birthed in the church.
The group exists “to nourish a biblically faithful, historically rooted, musically skilled, and vibrantly prophetic multigenerational worship culture. Members focus on encountering the living God – both in the ‘here and now’ and in the confidence of what is to come. Their voice is communal, formed with the belief that their collective efforts yield more than just the sum of their individual contributions, working at shaping their songs to bring formation to the soul with a message that is packaged in beauty and creativity. They seek to make their voice ancient and new – ancient by honoring and referencing rich church history and those who have gone before us, and new by knowing that in the Hebrew texts of the Psalms, God desires new songs to be emanating from his people.”
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New Life Worship, “Over It All” (Images courtesy of Merge PR)