NoiseTrade Roundup 04.13.2016

There’s always lots of good worship music on NoiseTrade, and more is being added all the time. Here’s our weekly roundup of the newest worship music available on NoiseTrade.

What great worship music have you found on NoiseTrade lately?


Landon Bailey – Counting On Your Faithfulness

Taken from Psalm 37:3, Counting On Your Faithfulness was written as a prayer, declaring a trustworthy dependency on God’s faithfulness to his children.

“Trust in the Lord, and do good; Dwell in the land, and feed on His faithfulness”- Psalm 37:3

A New Liturgy – A New Liturgy No 2: Blessed To Be A Blessing

The Eternal, Loving God has invited every one of us into the greatest possible life: joining God in the redemption and healing of all things. Why has God given us so much and blessed us in so many ways? To be a blessing to others. This liturgy is a 25 minute journey that helps us say “Yes, God, I’m in. Here I am, send me!”

Matt & Josie Minikus – Prodigal: The Journey Home

There is an awakening that happens when we realize where our sins have taken us. We reflect with regret on the choices we made that brought us into a sort of bondage, but it’s at this place the beautiful narrative of the “prodigal son” becomes a light of hope to us. This album is the confessions of a prodigal and the journey home.

Charlottesville Worship Collective – Songs For The City, Vol. 2

Songs for the City, Vol. 2 is our second compilation EP comprised of songs from individual artists in the Charlottesville Worship Collective. These songs are sung in our local churches and are the anthems of what God is doing in the Church here in Charlottesville. All proceeds from this EP go to support our city-wide Night of Worship taking place on May 7, 2016 at the Paramount Theater. This is an event that draws churches together, from all over Central VA, for the purpose of uniting the body of Christ in worship and adoration of Jesus.

Jonathan Allen Wright – Hymns

Some hymns, done in an acoustic fashion. These songs will be uploaded gradually as the recording proccess continues.

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