14 Songs, 1 Hour 40 Minutes


Mastered for iTunes


Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

3.9 out of 5
50 Ratings
50 Ratings

Silly release and odd feel for this one

I have admired Jesus Culture since We Cry Out, especially Kim’s and Chris’ songs and hearts. This review is not a slam on anyone personally. It is also not the obligatory 5 stars I was there we love you reviews that tend to plague reviews. Or they reviewed the entire album without actually hearing the entire album. I didn’t enjoy this one. I hated the 3 separate releases. The second release was the best as I enjoyed some songs from that release. Overall, this felt like it was Jesus Culture for my mom and I’m 40. I missed the edgy sound and some of the lyrics were pretty word heavy. Just felt different. Add that with the 3 releases and I just didn’t care for this one.

Billy in Rome, GA

Earth Touching Heaven

Downloaded yesterday. For two hours these songs of worship and prayer escorted me into God’s presence. I literally was on the floor in my secret place, and I dared not to move as the sweet presence of the Holy Spirit was upon me. I am a 66 year old hospital chaplain. I have so much hope for a generation who is contending for revival.


Center of Your Love

I want to know how, “Center of your love” isn’t started. Best song on a stacked album.

About Jesus Culture

Originally formed at Redding, California's Bethel Church, Jesus Culture is an internationally operating, Christian revivalist youth outreach ministry that utilizes the power of music to spread its message. Led by youth worship leader and pastor Kim Walker-Smith, the Jesus Culture Band, which releases albums through the ministry's own record label, Jesus Culture Music, has issued nearly annual live praise & worship albums, including Everything (2006), We Cry Out (2007), Your Love Never Fails (2008), Come Away (2010), Emerging Voices (2012). With 2014's Unstoppable Love, they showcased the duo of singers Chris Quilala and Kim Walker-Smith. In 2015, Quilala and Walker-Smith were featured once again on This Is Jesus Culture, a collection drawn from the group's album that was their first release under a new recording contract with Sparrow Records, a spiritual imprint of EMI Records. The collective's follow-up Let It Echo debuted at number one on the Christian/Gospel chart, and marked the point where Jesus Culture releases had sold over one million copies worldwide (including JC albums as well as frequent solo efforts by members Walker-Smith and Quilala, plus Kristene DiMarco, Bryan & Katie Torwalt, Chris McClarney, Justin Jarvis, and Derek Johnson. ~ James Christopher Monger

Redding, CA