DOWNLOAD : Shai Linne “Lyrical Theology Part 1: Theology”

Artist: Shai Linne
Album: Lyrical Theology Part 1: Theology
Release Date:2013
TRACK LIST
01 – Table of Contents.mp3
02 – The Hypostatic Union.mp3
03 – Active Obedience with J.G. of iSix5.mp3
04 – Exalted (Psalm 110) ft. Joint Heirs.mp3
05 – The Holy Spirit ft. Timothy Brindle Leah Smith.mp3
06 – Regeneration Interlude.mp3
07 – Regeneration.mp3
08 – Election ft. Willie Will.mp3
09 – Cosmic Powers.mp3
10 – Fale Teacher.mp3
11 – The Millennium.mp3
12 – All Things Are Yours Interlude.mp3
13 – Take Up and Read ft. Through Hymn Omri Ant.mp3
14 – Theology Q A with Stephen the Levite.mp3
15 – Sacred Science by Blair Linne.mp3
16 – With All My Mind ft. Melissa T.mp3

 

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ARTIST WATCH: JJ Weeks Band

No one is promised an easy, pain-free life. But as Christians those struggles are met with the promise that we don’t have to walk the road alone. That tension is exactly were JJ Weeks Band drew their inspiration for the band’s label debut, All Over The World (Inpop Records). Three years of incessant challenges from family deaths, a difficult pregnancy, and the subsequent health risks with a newborn, to the taxing lifestyle of being full-time touring musicians were all catalysts that birthed the ten songs on the record produced by Scotty Wilbanks (Third Day, Family Force 5, After Edmund, Echoing Angels, DecembeRadio).

The JJ Weeks Band, based in Macon GA, have toured extensively and released three independent projects. Each of the guys have been involved in ministry in some capacity since childhood. Whether singing solos, performing in church musicals, or leading worship, music and ministry have always gone hand in hand. That heart for ministry led Weeks to step out in faith and push for a career in music full-time. Shortly thereafter there talents joined together to create the JJ Weeks Band and consisted of David Hart Bass, Robbie Fritz Drums, Cody Preston Guitar, JJ Weeks Vocal.

‘We want people to know that God has their back. That they can trust Him in the midst of the struggles of life because He loves us,’ says Weeks.The bands music is filled with the pain of real life, but points to a hope that could only be found in a loving God.

Artist Watch: Andy Mineo

At just 17, Andy Mineo was living a dream; he had money, local fame and the respect of his peers. But while attending college in NYC, he finally faced the music—neither was the key to life.

Andy, formerly known as “C-Lite,” grew up in a single parent home in Syracuse, New York. Without any positive male figures around, at a young age, he struggled with profanity, submission to authority and physical aggression. With his conduct becoming uncontrollable, Andy was removed from the public school system and placed in behavioral modification centers. But change was on the horizon.

The summer before entering the 8th grade, Andy attended a Christian camp where his sister served as a counselor. While there, he heard the gospel preached clearly, cried out in desperation for Jesus to forgive him and experienced “some pretty unforgettable prayer sessions that really rocked [him].” Andy came home with a love in his heart for people that he once hated, and knew he was changed. But, he also came back to no home church, no community, no bible study and no mentors. So, as he rode his spiritual high into the ground and neglected to fan the flame that had begun, his relationship with God was compromised. His heart wasn’t set on pursuing Christ; instead, music and status had become his focus.

While in middle school, he began recording in his mom’s house and was buying new pieces of equipment with birthday money. Eventually, he started selling studio time out of his closet; before long, he was a sophomore in high school running a lucrative business out of his mother’s basement recording and producing hundreds of artists in Upstate New York. He had also started a rap group with a few friends that led to a deal with Syracuse University’s Marshall Street Records, which gave them the opportunity to open up for the major acts that performed at SU. As a solo MC, Andy became well known in the underground freestyle rap scene for winning battle competitions during high school and his freshman year in college. Adding to his resume, he also excelled in athletics—thriving in football, basketball and lacrosse throughout high school.

Unfortunately, all of the success and recognition only led him away from God and towards greater sin. Headed for the big lights of New York City to attend college, stardom and rebellion seemed inevitable. But while taking a piano class his freshman year, Andy met Alex Medina (producer of “Background,” “The invasion (Hero)” and many other Reach tracks) who invited him to check out T.R.U.C.E. (an urban ministry that focused on evangelism via performing arts). He soon got connected with others, was discipled and the Lord began to deal with him more deeply concerning sin patterns in his life. After hearing Da Truth’s “Price Tag” song, he vowed to shut down his recording studio and never use his gifts to help record music that did not honor God. He lost all his business and income, but he found his new identity in Christ.

Armed with a new purpose, Andy spent several months traveling with T.R.U.C.E. and sharing the Gospel in some of the most poverty-stricken and drug-infested neighborhoods in the U.S. He went on to release Sin is Wack Vol. 1, which caught the attention of Lecrae and many others. To his credit, he has since been featured on Rehab, Flame’s Captured, Tedashii’s Blacklight, Ambassador’s Stop the Funeral and many other notable projects. While his introduction to a larger audience came through his vocals on Lecrae’s “Background,” and he continues to pen melodic choruses, rapping remains his passion and focus for future projects.

Entering a new season in his life, Andy decided to drop his stage name, C-Lite, in favor of his birth name; it symbolizes his aim to live out everything off stage that he pours out through his art on stage. He recently graduated from City College of New York and currently serves on the board as a leader of a new church plant in Washington Heights. He is also leading weekly small groups and men’s groups at his apartment, traveling on the weekends to minister and working on his highly anticipated debut album. Once divided in his ambitions, Andy has resolved to love the Lord with all his heart, soul, strength and mind—no compromise.

BEHIND THE SONG “Words” by Hawk Nelson


In many ways, Hawk Nelson’s sixth studio album, Made, reflects the journey the band has been on since Crazy Love released in 2011. Since then, the band has found a new label home with Fair Trade Services, longtime Hawk Nelson guitarist Jonathan Steingard transitioned into the role of frontman after Jason Dunn departed to begin his solo career, and the band of four is now a trio of him, Daniel Biro (bass), and Justin Benner (drums).

Biro, who founded the band 10 years ago, has grown with Hawk Nelson this last decade and believes all of the change has resulted in an honest and God-breathed product. “This time around,” says Biro, “we’re going through all of this emotional change, physical change, and God breathed some new songs that channeled all those feelings and doubts and emotions into these lyrics.”

As much change as Hawk Nelson has undergone in the last year, new lead singer Jonathan Steingard explains the DNA of the band is still the same. “We’re still that high energy band that a church or youth group would book if they want to have a fun youth night,” says Steingard. We want to take what we’ve been and not leave it behind, but grow it a little bit and hopefully be a lot more intentional about what we’re saying.”

I had the chance to interview Jon Steingard about their “Words,” the first hit single from Made.

Please describe the background behind the song “Words.”

It all started when our former singer, Jason, left the band about a year ago. We were on tour with MercyMe, and it was the last tour Jason did with us. We were trying to figure out what we were going to do as a band, and we were talking to some other singers and praying for direction.

Bart Millard from MercyMe pulled me into his dressing room one day and told me I needed to be the singer and why. He was really encouraging, and it was the first we had discussed the idea, so it was totally new for us. The total truth is that my mom had suggested it about a month earlier. I was like, “Mom, you think I could do anything.” Bart really took about an hour and sat me down and talked with me a while. That conversation changed the course of my entire life and our career as a band. Thinking about that was really powerful. What he did was speak into my life when it was really critical, and it changed everything.

We were thinking about that during the songwriting process. I wrote “Words” with Matt Hammitt from Sanctus Real and Seth Mosley, the producer on the album. The song is a product of a conversation I had with them, and it was a powerful moment. We were talking about how easy it is to forget how impacting we can be in the lives of the people around us just with our words. As the lyrics explain, “Words can build you up; words can break you down. / Start a fire in your heart or put it out.”

Which Bible verses connect to the message of the song?

Psalm 19:14: “Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable in Your sight, O Lord, my strength and my Redeemer.”

…Matthew 15:18: “But those things which proceed out of the mouth come from the heart, and they defile a man.”

James 3:9-10: “With the tongue we praise our Lord and Father, and with it we curse human beings, who have been made in God’s likeness. Out of the same mouth come praise and cursing. My brothers and sisters, this should not be.”

What’s the main message of the song to you personally and for listeners?

We wanted the chorus to be a prayer that I want to live my life this way. I’ve seen the power that words have in my life, and I want to be sensitive to my words in dealing with other people. Also, sometimes as believers, whether in Christian music, or pastors, or anyone in ministry, sometimes it’s easy to get caught up in those things and have our families take a back seat.

We need to remember on a daily basis those people who need us. That person for me is my wife. The people close to us are our first ministry. That goes for all of us. Those were all things we were thinking about when we wrote the song. That’s also why we asked Bart Millard to sing on the song with us, since he was the one who got the whole idea started.
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For me, the chorus is a prayer and asking God for help. In Christianity, we can get caught up in behavior modification and what we want to do better. In reality, God’s interested in the condition of our hearts and our lives will flow out of that.

Lyrics:
They’ve made me feel like a prisoner
They’ve made me feel set free
They’ve made me feel like a criminal
Made me feel like a king

They’ve lifted my heart
To places I’d never been
And they’ve dragged me down
Back to where I began

Words can build you up
Words can break you down
Start a fire in your heart or
Put it out

Let my words be life
Let my words be truth
I don’t wanna say a word
Unless it points the world back to You

You can heal the heartache
Speak over the fear
(Speak over the fear)
God, Your voice is the only thing
We need to hear
(We need to hear)

Words can build us up
Words can break us down
Start a fire in our hearts or
Put it out

Let my words be life
Let my words be truth
I don’t wanna say a word
Unless it points the world back to You
(Back to You)

Let the words I say
(Let the words I say)
Be the sound of Your grace
(Sound like Your grace)
I don’t wanna say a word
Unless it points the world back to You

I wanna speak Your love
Not just another noise
Oh, I wanna be Your light
I wanna be Your voice

Let my words be life
Let my words be truth
I don’t wanna say a word
Unless it points the world back to You
(Back to You)

Let the words I say
(Let the words I say)
Be the sound of Your grace
(Sound like Your grace)
I don’t wanna say a word
Unless it points the world back to You
(Back to You)

Words can build us up
Words can break us down
Start a fire in our hearts
Or put it out

I don’t wanna say a word
Unless it points the world back to You

“Words” really reminds listeners of the power of words and the need to “tame our tongues” from James 3. The tongue is capable of use for both virtue and vice. The same mouth uses the tongue for these contradictory purposes. James echoes Jesus’ emphasis on the crucial importance of the use of words in daily life. However, James’s predominant emphasis in the passage is more negative: warning that judgment is real and that we all stumble, intending that we should humbly repent of our impure speech. He dwells then on the potential for evil rather than the potential for good with one’s tongue.

This song and the new album, Made, will truly minister to anyone struggling with self-image. The message throughout the album is to know that you don’t have to be perfect; God made you the way you are for a reason. You are beautiful, you have something to say and you are worth it. This is a great brand new collection of Scripture-based songs and declaration-style anthems designed to inspire listeners to fight the good fight of faith. “Words” articulates what it means to live a God-centered life in a turbulent world.

The takeaway is that this is not something we can do on our own, and we’re not going to always succeed in these areas and be encouraging all the time. This is a daily prayer asking God to come and change our hearts and change our lives in such a way that our behavior and the way we live flows from God living inside of us as believers.

People typically remember songs longer than they remember sermons. I love when an artist can bring the truth of the Bible into their song and we can have it be part of our lives. We think that we can fix situations in our lives, and God reminds us that we can’t fix things on our own without Him. I love to sing this song at the top of my lungs and cry out, “I don’t wanna say a word / Unless it points the world back to You.” Amen to that!

Behind The Song “Carry Me” by Josh Wilson

Josh Wilson is a critically acclaimed singer, songwriter and storyteller with chart-topping hits and numerous industry awards. Now with Carry Me, his fourth project with Sparrow Records releasing April 9, Wilson opens up his heart more than ever. Sharing about a very personal health issue dealing with anxiety and panic attacks, his new songs ultimately spread the message that through life’s difficult trials, only God can carry us through it all.

Bringing all his musical influences to bear–pop, folk, rock, classical, hymns, and more–Carry Me paints a refreshingly relevant musical palate that frames its message beautifully. With a probing spiritual curiosity and imaginative, self-examining lyrics, the album solidifies Wilson’s place among the finest song crafters of his day.

In the midst of writing songs for a new record, Wilson began experiencing severe chest and shoulder pain as well as difficulty breathing, believing he was actually having a heart attack. Yet after numerous negative tests, he tried to get back to his normal life but soon began waking up frantic in the middle of the night, even canceling scheduled performances out of fear. Reconciling these unexpected emotions with his long-held beliefs defines Wilson’s intentionally joyful and honestly raw new record.

I had the great opportunity to interview Josh about his song “Carry Me,” the title track and current hit single from Carry Me.

Please tell me the personal story behind writing this song.

I had written and recorded 11 songs for this new album and it was finished–or so I thought. I was completely done recording, and had a talk with a good friend at the label about maybe recording one more song. That’s always a good idea, to see what comes out. I had a conversation about my exhaustion from the songwriting process and that I had low expectations because I felt spent in the creative process, but was willing to give it a shot.

I decided if I was going to write one more song, it would just be exactly what was on my heart. I didn’t have a whole lot of creative energy left to write a story that I wasn’t living at that moment. In the case of this song, it was quite literally on my heart.

I started writing with Ben Glover, and after 10 hours, we didn’t have anything. As we were about to call it a day, I came up with the guitar riff for “Carry Me.” I started singing the words, “I try to catch my breath / It hasn’t happened yet / I’m wide awake in the middle of the night, scared to death.” The first verse came quickly, and so did the chorus. We worked on the song for another few hours, and at first I didn’t like the song. I always have to sleep on a song, and when I woke up I really liked it.

Next thing I knew we recorded it, and the whole writing and recording of the song is the message of this song. I felt like I couldn’t do it on my own, and God was telling me He can. The prayer of the song is how it was created.

Please tell me about any Bible verses that you used to write the song.

Philippians 4:6-7: “Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.”

…Exodus 14:14: “The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still.”

…and Deuteronomy 31:6: “Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the Lord your God goes with you; He will never leave you nor forsake you.”

What is the takeaway message for listeners about the song and the album?

Philippians 4 says, “Do not be anxious about anything…the peace of God will guard your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.” I prayed for that and each day would say, “God, I can’t make it without You. I need You to carry me.” And He did, and He still does. He carried me through each day even before I experienced the anxiety, but I just didn’t realize it. It took these difficult moments for me to realize how much I need Jesus.

“Carry Me” is a simple, honest prayer for God to hold on to my fragile heart. All I can do in those moments is pray. Ultimately, this difficult season has caused me to rely on God’s strength to carry me through each day. I’ve been praying more often and more earnestly, and I’m thankful that coming to the end of myself has brought me so close to a Father and Savior who loves me and will never leave me. The theme of this song carries through the rest of the album.
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We need to rely on God’s strength in every situation. No matter what the circumstances, we need God to carry us, even when things are seemingly going well. We have this illusion of control over our lives when in fact God is Sovereign and in control. We constantly need Christ to carry us. I hope people take away the fact that God is bigger than our circumstances and He will carry us through for His glory.

Lyrics:
I try to catch my breath
It hasn’t happened yet
I’m wide awake in the middle of the night scared to death
So I prayed God, would You make this stop
Father please hold on to me, You’re all I’ve got

Carry me, carry me, carry me now
From my sinking sand to Your solid ground
The only way I’m ever gonna make it out
Is if You carry me, carry me, carry me now
God carry me, carry me, carry me now

Jesus calm my heart
Come near me please
Lord don’t let these worries get the best of me
Oh I believe, that You’re still here with me
Cause You meant what You said when You said You’d never leave

Carry me, carry me, carry me now
From my sinking sand to Your solid ground
The only way I’m ever gonna make it out
Is if You carry me, carry me, carry me now
God carry me, carry me, carry me now

Carry me
God carry me
Carry me
God carry me

I’m at the end of myself
I know I’ve got nothing left
Feels like I’m stuck in the valley of the shadow of death
And I’ve been down here so long
I just can’t find my way out
Oh God I don’t stand a chance
Unless You carry me now
God carry me now

Carry me, carry me, carry me now
From my sinking sand to Your solid ground
The only way I’m ever gonna make it out
Is if You carry me, carry me, carry me now
God carry me, carry me, carry me now

Carry me now
Carry me now
Carry me now
Carry me now

Having previously enjoyed Josh Wilson’s hit songs “Savior, Please,” “3 Minute Song,””Before The Morning” and “I Refuse,” I have eagerly anticipated Carry Me. This album firmly establishes Josh as the premier folk-style singer-songwriter in Christian music.

Josh’s poignant songwriting is coupled with musical excellence as each song urges me to better see God. This album is sure to connect with all listeners who like catchy songs filled with truth and yearning for God. Josh invites you into his life in such an authentic and relatable way, you’ll feel like you are a lifelong friend after you hear this album.

Josh writes about themes that cause me to hang on every word he sings, especially “Carry Me,” which is a prayerful song that moves me with these lyrics: “I’m wide awake in the middle of the night scared to death, So I prayed God, would You make this stop, Father please hold on to me, You’re all I’ve got.” Finding God in my moments of weakness and relying on Him completely for my strength is what this song is all about.

We can all have confidence when we approach anything holding us back due to our fear. God tells us to not live in fear or shame or regret because we will find mercy and grace in the presence of God. Jesus is our High Priest and He will help us in our time of need. What an amazing truth that we can approach God with confidence and He’ll overcome our fears.

I love how Josh took a moment of personal anxiety and panic that he wasn’t being all that he is called to be as a follower of Jesus, and turned it into a prayer of surrender to God. We raise our hands to celebrate and in surrender. We can lift up our hands in confidence to God and know that His mercy is unfailing. His love is never-ending. He is our refuge and our strength. God’s ultimate will is not to bring affliction upon people, but to restore us so that we may experience His unfailing love.

This is a wonderful song of encouragement and prayer to ask God to break your pride, live redemption’s story, and move closer to who we’re meant to be in Christ. Allow God and His Holy Spirit to change you to be more like Jesus, and move closer to His glory.

The chorus of the song says it all, “Carry me, carry me, carry me now / From my sinking sand to Your solid ground / God carry me, carry me, carry me now.” God wants us to know that He’s faithful to complete what’s He’s started in all of us who’ve put all of our hope and trust in Jesus for our salvation. Amen.

The Afters Life is Beautiful Album Review


Having created huge waves with their 2010 project Light Up The Sky, chart-topping foursome The Afters will deliver their much-anticipated new studio album, Life Is Beautiful, on April 16. The 12-track project—the band’s 4th overall—comes more than two and a half years after the launch of their previous effort’s success—delivering two No. 1 hits (“Light Up The Sky,” “Lift Me Up”) and a bevy of film and television placements (New Year’s Eve, “The Biggest Loser,” “The Hills,” “Army Wives”). Joined once again by award-winning producer Dan Muckala (Backstreet Boys, Chris Tomlin, Britt Nicole) for eight of its 12 tracks, the new album draws inspiration from the encouraging promise that God is continuously with us and life is still beautiful no matter what challenges we face. The Texas-borne band—comprised of vocalist-guitarist Josh Havens, guitarist-vocalist Matt Fuqua, bassist Dan Ostebo and drummer Jordan Mohilowski—cites verse James 1:17 as a major source of inspiration for this album.

“Our hope for our record—and a lot of heartache went into this album—is that it will encourage people to see how God is working in their lives,” says Havens. “He’s not just there on the sunny days. No matter what we go through in life, God is still with us and life is beautiful—God is beautiful.”

Life Is Beautiful began with challenging questions the band members posed to themselves. “As songwriters, we never want to make the same album twice,” says Fuqua. “For us we try to go in asking: ‘What can we do that’s different? How can we stretch ourselves?’ It was intentional to be really honest with our audience, and to be honest with ourselves by sharing things that are personal and meaningful.”

The infectious lead single from Life Is Beautiful, “Every Good Thing,” is already being well-received at radio, jumping into the Top 10 on the Billboard Hot AC/CHR Chart, Top 20 on the Billboard National Christian Audience Chart and Top 25 on the Billboard AC Monitored and Indicator Charts. 75 stations are already on board for “Every Good Thing” including K-LOVE, AIR 1, SiriusXM, KLTY/Dallas, KSBJ/Houston, KCMS/Seattle, The Fish Los Angeles, KTIS/Minneapolis, JOY FM/St. Louis, The JoyFM Tampa and KXOJ/Tulsa among many others. Commenting on the catchy track Havens says, “We wanted something strong, upbeat and positive. We were looking back over the last year and we were struck by how many times we’d wake up and see those horrific headlines in the news. We’re reminded every day of how many bad things there are in life, so we wanted to write a reminder of how much God is capable of doing.”

In addition, the album’s title track was featured in the 2012 film October Baby.

Powerhouse Soulful Gospel Artist Releases ‘The Diary Of Rae Ellis’

The long awaited album ‘The Diary Of Rae Ellis’ is out now.

Ellis has been creating a buzz in the Christian music community throughout the USA for some time but with her rich Soulful tone and vocal acrobatics likened to those of Kim Burrell, her music and her voice are reverberating around the world.

Now, after having experienced life, Ellis feels fully equipped to share her story without fear or reserve. Hers is music of transparency.

‘The Diary Of Rae Ellis’ is a soulful, yet anointed work of art. With hit songs such as ‘More N More’ and ‘The Break-Up Song,’ Rae Ellis translates the pages of her diary into lyrics that leap from the pages, through the speakers, directly penetrating the hearts of listeners worldwide.

“I wrote songs that really share the sentiment of my heart, and quite possibly the hearts of so many others. ‘The Diary Of Rae Ellis’ is just that; it’s my recorded truth put to music.” Ellis explains. “I’ve learned that the GOSPEL is not only the good news, but it’s also TRUTH news. It is the AFTER I’ve fallen, I can ‘Break-Up’ with the devil and be accepted into the arms of a loving God…. which is why I tell Him ‘You Bring Me Joy’ or that I love him ‘More N More’.”

With producers who’ve worked with artists such as Mali Music, Travis Greene, James Fortune, and the like, musically, ‘The Diary Of Rae Ellis’ is certain not to disappoint.

Pop Rockers Building 429 Prepare For New Album ‘We Won’t Be Shaken’

Essential Records Pop/Rock band Building 429 begins the official countdown to the 4th June release of their anticipated sixth album, with the launch of the title track ‘We Won’t Be Shaken’ as the project’s debut single. The hit-bound track garners 51 radio adds this week across the Christian AC, Hot AC and CHR charts, and ties for the biggest first add week at the format for the year. The song also debuted in the top 5 of iTunes Christian Singles chart. ‘We Won’t Be Shaken’ follows the Dove Award winning band’s 2012 Billboard Christian Song of Year, ‘Where I Belong,’ which set precedent as the first song to maintain No. 1 on the Billboard National Christian Audience chart for 15 consecutive weeks. As one of Christian music’s leading bands since 2004, Building 429’s forthcoming set captures its signature expressive vocals, skilled musicianship and insightful songwriting. Working again with producers Jason Ingram and Rob Hawkins, Building 429 recorded 10 new songs for ‘We Won’t Be Shaken’ with messages that inspire listeners to dream God-sized dreams and not allow fear to be an inhibitor of what God wants to do in our lives. “We feel like we’ve made the most focused record of our career,” frontman Jason Roy says. “We knew what we were trying to accomplish. We wanted to push the limits of what people expect us to do while maintaining the absolute laser focus on meeting our current fans where they are.” He adds, “We are as committed as we’ve ever been to the body of Christ and to the church. As we headline shows this year, we want to make sure the gospel is clear and we want to love on people.” “We know who we are better than ever before,” states drummer Michael Anderson, “who we are as men, who we are as husbands, who we are as Christ followers and that just pours into the music.” ‘We Won’t Be Shaken’ introduces the conversation carried throughout the band’s new music with lyrics that encourage listeners to erase fear, stand firm and believe in a God who cannot be shaken (Pslam 62:2) Roy explains, “We really felt like we wanted to make a record that said, ‘Stand up! You have been called. We are God’s children. Who can stand against what God has begun?’ That’s really our perspective. His strength is made perfect in our weakness. This record says, ‘Hey, let’s go! Let’s do this. God is going to use us and we’re not going to fail.” ‘We Won’t Be Shaken’ also includes a new live acoustic version of the band’s No. 1 Billboard magazine Christian song of the year, ‘Where I Belong,’ off the group’s previous 2011 album ‘Listen To The Sound’. Building 429 will introduce fans to its new music throughout a busy 2013 touring season, starting with its tour with the Newsboys throughout spring 2013, followed by their own headlining run of shows with special guest Rhett Walker. Building 429 has also confirmed a co-headline tour with The Afters through fall 2013.