Passion’s latest album Worthy Of Your Name is now available to listeners in-store, following its digital debut which hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Christian Albums chart Feb. 17. Worthy Of Your Name was recorded live during Passion 2017 at Atlanta’s Georgia Dome. The 13-track release features worship from the annual conference led by Passion’s Kristian Stanfill, Brett Younker and Melodie Malone, along with Chris Tomlin, Crowder, Matt Redman, Christy Nockels and Hillsong UNITED. “Glorious Day” has just begun impacting radio as the first single from Worthy Of Your Name. Debuting last week on the Christian Airplay Chart, Seattle, Atlanta, Chicago and Austin are among some of the first markets to get on board.

Read what critics have to say about Worthy Of Your Name:

“…with albums as good as this, not only is it hard to find a weak spot or a let down, it’s also hard to separate the music from the worship experienced while listening. Given that, this is a great album, prompting focus, worship, and heartfelt praise.” – Church Mag

“Most of your favorite Passion Conference worship leaders are back with another big, bright outpouring of already or soon-to-be worship standards from this year’s final conference at the old Georgia Dome.” – Worship Leader

“When you’ve got the likes of Crowder, Chris Tomlin, Matt Redman, and even a sit-in guest such as Hillsong UNITED, you expect the name of Christ to be sung and proclaimed to deafening levels. Emotional, passionate, reverent, and heart-felt are words best described by the contents on this edition” – CCM Magazine

“Worthy Of Your Name is a solid worship album that celebrates freedom in Christ and captures the faith-filled atmosphere of the live Passion conference while turning listeners’ hearts to God.” – Today’s Christian Entertainment

“These are songs that remind us of the cross. They are songs that keep Jesus at the centre. They are songs that musically are of a very high quality, well mixed so that you can hear the crowd singing too, and they are songs that as you listen to them will fill you with joy and make you want to sing.” – All 4 God

Currently traveling on the 9th annual Rock & Worship Roadshow, the co-headliners will hit 23 markets across the U.S. on the tour, including Phoenix, Houston, Dallas and more. Among dates on the tour, Passion will team up with host Christine Caine on A21 and Propel Women’s Night of Ministry, leading worship during the events. Pre-sale tickets for Night of Ministry are available for purchase today, officially going on sale Monday.

For more information on Passion events, visit 268generation.com/passiontours.

Rock & Worship Roadshow Tour

March 24 – United Supermarkets Arena – Lubbock, TX
March 25 – BBVA Compass Stadium – Houston, TX
March 26 – American Airlines Center – Dallas, TX
March 31 – Bankers Life Fieldhouse – Indianapolis, IN
April 1 – John Paul Jones Arena – Charlottesville, VA

Night of Ministry with Christine Caine and Passion

May 18 – Amplify Church – Pittsburgh, PA
May 19 – Christian Life Center – Dayton, OH
May 20 – Valley Family Church – Kalamazoo, MI
June 21 – WSFirst – Winston-Salem, NC
June 22 – Higher Ground Baptist Church – Kingsport, TN
June 23 – Quest Community Church – Lexington, KY

WORTHY OF YOUR NAME 
1. Glorious Day (feat. Kristian Stanfill)
2. Worthy Of Your Name (feat. Sean Curran)
3. How Great Is Your Love (feat. Kristian Stanfill)
4. Build My Life (feat. Brett Younker)
5. Holy Ground (feat. Melodie Malone)
6. Heart Abandoned (feat. Kristian Stanfill)
7. Forgiven (feat. Crowder)
8. This Changes Everything (feat. Matt Redman)
9. This We Know (feat. Kristian Stanfill)
10. Rule (feat. Hillsong UNITED and Crowder)
11. God Of Calvary (feat. Chris Tomlin)
12. Worthy Of Your Name (feat. Sean Curran) (Studio)
13. This We Know (feat. Kristian Stanfill) (Studio)

Source: The M Collective

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