Bethel Music invites world to watch free online premiere of latest album this weekend

Outdoor worship during the live recording of Bethel Music’s “We Will Not Be Shaken” album. (PHTOT: Bethel Music)

Worship powerhouse, Bethel Music, will release their latest offering, “We Will Not Be Shaken,” worldwide on January 26, 2015. The album’s accompanying film will be streamed for free for 24 hours in a global online premiere that will start at 4am (South Africa time) on Saturday, January 17 (i.e. from 6pm PST on Friday, January 16).

The worship album was recorded on a mountaintop north of Redding, California with songs lead by various Bethel Music artists, including Brian and Jenn Johnson, Hunter Thompson, Amanda Cook and Matt Stinton, as well as debut artists Kalley Heiligenthal, Hannah and Paul McClure, Jonathan David Helser and Melissa Helser.

Christopher and Helen Frost who are currently holidaying with family in Port Elizabeth were among the members of the Bethel Church community who gathered for a night of worship in the beautiful setting overlooking Shasta Lake during the live recording of the album. “The Bethel Music team put together some amazing songs for the new album, and their performances were stunningly precise,” shared Christopher, who is a member of the Bethel worship team. “It was easy to feel God’s presence as we worshiped Him together. We will never forget the experience. We were so blessed to be a part of this album, which will bring glory to God all around the world.”.

The 11 track CD, produced by Bobby Strand and Chris Greely, will be accompanied by a DVD – a film directed by Nathan Grubbs and Luke Manwaring, that portrays breathtaking visuals from the multi-camera shoot taken at the unique worship session. The DVD also includes heartfelt testimonies and stories told by the various Bethel Music leaders, about pursuing authentic community amidst an ever-growing changing culture.

 The world premiere of the film can be viewed for free for 24 hours from 4am on Saturday on the Bethel Music website.

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