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Jesus Culture Releases New Live Album, Gears up for Tour – Living with a Fire!

By September 4, 2018No Comments


NASHVILLE, TENN. (AUGUST 31, 2018) Jesus Culture released their new live worship album on Friday, Aug. 31 – Living With A Fire. Click HERE to listen or purchase the album. The new project was recorded at Jesus Culture’s home church during their conference in Sacramento, CA and features worship leaders Kim Walker-Smith, Chris Quilala, Bryan & Katie Torwalt, Derek Johnson and Chris McClarney.

For nearly 20 years, Jesus Culture has ushered the listener into times of worship and encounters with Jesus. As a worship team they have grieved, celebrated, and fought for the treasure that is found in communion with one another and with God. The flame that began two decades ago of love is still burning; compelling them in every lyric, in every gathering, and in every prayer. This album proclaims the matchless love of Jesus and to see a generation of young and old, completely given to walking in His presence. 

“The one thing we want the listener to walk away with hasn’t really changed over the years,” shares Worship Leader Kim Walker-Smith. “We want the listener to encounter Jesus and to have their lives changed through that encounter.  We pray that every song will be fuel to fan the flame of intimacy with Jesus and relationship with Him.”

Media have praised the new album out of the gate saying that Jesus Culture “does not disappoint… delivering powerful worship that crosses generations and is meant for the whole church” (New Release Today) and that Jesus Culture has a “bright and modern sound” (CCM Magazine). Worship leaders from the group have also spoken with outlets like Relevant Podcast, A Greater Story with Sam Collier Podcast and the Alli Worthington Podcast and will also be featured in the upcoming Worship Musician.

Jesus Culture will head out this fall beginning in October touring from coast to coast with their new music as well as fan favorites. Check out the dates listed below, as well as a music video for “Not Afraid” with Jesus Culture and Kim Walker-Smith. For more tour information click HERE.

  Living With A Fire Track list:
 1. Move (ft. Chris McClarney)
 2. Awe (ft. Chris Quilala)
 3. Not Afraid (ft. Kim Walker-Smith)
 4. Living With A Fire (ft. Chris Quilala)
 5. Defender (ft. Katie Torwalt)
 6. Center Of Your Love (ft. Kim Walker-Smith)
 7. Freedom (ft. Kim Walker-Smith)
 8. Anointing (ft. Chris Quilala)
 9. Be Crowned (ft. Bryan Torwalt)
 10. Yes And Amen (ft. Chris McClarney)
 11. Beautiful Day (ft. Derek Johnson)
 12. Let Love (ft. Chris McClarney)
 13. How Amazing (ft. KWS)
 14. For No Other Reason (ft. Chris Quilala)

  Living With A Fire Tour dates:
  Oct 5    Portland, OR
  Oct 6    Seattle, WA
  Oct 7    Spokane, WA
  Oct 9    Casper, WY
  Oct 11   Fargo, ND
  Oct 12   Minneapolis, MN
  Oct 13   Chicago, IL
  Oct 15   Akron, OH
  Oct 16   Grand Rapids, MI
  Oct 17   Lexington, KY
  Oct 18   Ft. Wayne, IN
  Oct 21   San Antonio, TX
  Oct 23   Memphis, TN
  Oct 24   Knoxville, TN
  Oct 26   Baltimore, MD
  Oct 27   Philadelphia, PA 
  Oct 28   Boston, MA

ABOUT JESUS CULTURE: Jesus Culture is a community of worship leaders and musicians who’s heart is to see a generation impacted by encounters with the presence of God. Originating out of the Jesus Culture movement which began in 1999, they recorded their first album in 2005 at their youth and young adult conference in Redding, CA. Since then Jesus Culture has released ten annual live albums and more than 20 solo artist albums. Jesus Culture leads worship both at their local church in Sacramento, CA and abroad through conference events that have reached 300k+ people in more than 100 cities and 15 countries. Jesus Culture has sold more than 3.1 million albums worldwide since their debut project in 2005 and garnered more than 4.1 million followers on social media, more than 324 million audio and video streams and over 131 million streams on YouTube. Jesus Culture is focused on equipping a generation to transform society by bringing people into an encounter with God’s love through worship and discipleship. The songs they release capture the heart of the movement.

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