12 Songs, 53 Minutes

1 4:02
3 3:57
4 5:51
5 4:07
6 5:02
7 4:14
8 3:09
10 4:16
11 4:39

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5

11 Ratings

11 Ratings



Every Album Is So GOOD. In a time when it's so hard to listen to "Christian" music Audrey's music is so real. It's honest and isn't like a lot of "fluff" that is put out these days. Never stop making music. PLEASE.

She's back and my Wig is snatched !


Yoooooooooo homegirl is back with dem holy pipes again. She be spilling out that oil after she went collateral. From damage to healer.

Receive his gaze 💜💙😍

Renee LaMarca

I just love 💕 this song so much❣️I’m really ‘drawn’ to the 2nd verse, especially about receiving the welcoming gaze of Jesus. Can’t wait to hear the whole album 💙. I’ve been spreading the word about your upcoming album. Love receiving the email updates on the pledge site & as an email subscriber of yours 😍. A small way to connect to you as a fan❣️
You have such a beautiful Christ-like heart💕 & a drawing presence as a person {your kindness, gentleness , patience & sense of humor(love your pun jokes 😂😂)}💙💜.
Love & Peace to you, Audrey❣️😍

About Audrey Assad

Singer/songwriter Audrey Assad, a New York native, began her musical journey after relocating to Florida at the age of 18. It was there that the deeply spiritual Assad decided to focus all of her energies on her faith. A flurry of local shows and worship events followed, resulting in a move to Nashville and a five-song EP called Fireflies that drew the attention of CCM label Sparrow Records. Assad continued to hone her craft, writing songs for other performers and touring with Dove Award-winning artist Chris Tomlin. Her full-length debut for Sparrow, The House You're Building, arrived on July 13, 2010. It did well commercially and critically, paving the way for 2012's Heart, which primarily featured writing work from Assad but also included contributions from Matt Maher, Christopher Stevens, Derek Webb, and Sandra McCracken. An independent album, Fortunate Fall, appeared in August 2013, followed by Inheritance in early 2016. ~ James Christopher Monger