14 Songs, 1 Hour 3 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tuneful, sophisticated pop that celebrates God’s steadfastness.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Tuneful, sophisticated pop that celebrates God’s steadfastness.

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14

Ratings and Reviews

5 out of 5

6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Powerful album

BethLB1999

The songs are so beautiful and so many made me cry! Steffany your voice is beautiful, you are a gift to the world

Completely floored

Will Law

I wasn’t even ready for the depths of this one. This album is a change in sound and direction for Steff but with the same heart and passion she’s known for. This album is infused with pop-electronic vibes and creative arrangements. As an album of worship, it steps away from the genre-cliches to express what it has to say. Lyrically the album holds together on common threads of being a bright light in dark places and God being our hero in weakness. The words are heartfelt, thoughtful, and real. Again, there are so many times you’ll hear an old truth in a new way that will make it feel like you just heard it for the first time. Simply put, this album is immense in depth and scope and worthy of repeat listening. Highly recommended.

Amazing Beauty from Within!

OnlyYouGod!

Oh so beautiful, this is from an intimacy walk with the Lord, a deeper truth of His love.

About Steffany Gretzinger

Part of the Bethel Music family, Steffany Gretzinger has worked primarily as a worship leader, but her powerful singing and praise & worship songwriting have been featured on several Bethel Music songs and albums. Bethel Music isn't a group per se, but a Christian praise & worship collective centered around Bethel Church in Redding, California and the ministry of Bill Johnson. Part church, part publishing house, part label, and home to singers, groups, musicians, and songwriters like Gretzinger, Brian & Jenn Johnson, Jeremy Riddle, William Matthews, and many others, Bethel Music has released collections of musical praise & worship gatherings, including The Loft Sessions in 2012, which was recorded live in a refurbished loft over several nights of worship sessions, and 2013's Tides -- Gretzinger was heavily involved with both. She released her debut solo album, The Undoing, featuring 11 of her praise & worship songs in a stripped-down, intimate piano and guitar style, in 2014. Early 2018 saw the release of the single "Save Me" in anticipation of the arrival of her sophomore full-length, Blackout, which was issued later that March. ~ Steve Leggett

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