12 Songs, 59 Minutes


His surging, roiling rock anthems propel you to a higher plane of faith.

Mastered for iTunes


His surging, roiling rock anthems propel you to a higher plane of faith.

Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
81 Ratings
81 Ratings

Such a great artist.

This guy is one of my absolute favorites. I put him right up there with Kristian Stanfill, and even Joel Houston and Aodhan King. He is among the best worship artists out there. This album will be amazing



Can't wait for the rest of this album to come out! Strongest lyrics of any artist out there


Phil Wickham's Best Album!!

I listened to the album by preordering it through his website. This I can say after listening to all his albums, Children of God is Phil Wickham at his best. All of the songs have the powerful, mystic feeling that I love in Phil's music, and his singing and lyricism is so passionate and heartfelt. He has the CCM radio feel in this album, but he keeps the elements of what makes him an amazing worship leader and songwriter. I can say this is definitely his best album!

About Phil Wickham

Contemporary Christian singer/songwriter Phil Wickham makes passionate, faith-based rock music. Born in San Diego, California, Wickham was raised in a religious household along with his brother and sister. Wickham's parents, both musicians and former members of the band Parable, encouraged his musical interests growing up. In 2003, Wickham toured and released his self-produced debut album, Give You My World. In 2006, he signed with Simple/INO Records and released his sophomore self-titled album. A year later, he returned with Cannons, which was inspired by C.S. Lewis' The Voyage of the Dawn Treader and featured the song "Jesus Lord of Heaven." In 2009, Wickham's fourth album, Heaven & Earth, debuted at number four on Billboard's Hot 100 Christian Albums chart. In 2011, he released the album Response on Fair Trade Services, and in 2013, Wickham delivered his fifth full-length studio album, Ascension, a concept album inspired by Psalms 120 to 134, the so-called Psalms of Ascent. The following year, Wickham was forced to cancel a string of shows after experiencing pain and hoarseness in this throat. It was revealed he had developed a vocal polyp requiring surgery and a period of total silence. Wickham's medical scare and subsequent recovery inspired a musical and spiritual reawakening for the veteran singer, which could be heard on his uplifting sixth LP, Children of God. The album arrived via Fair Trade Services in early 2016. ~ Matt Collar

San Diego, CA
April 5, 1984




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