All posts tagged: New Hope Oahu

Entertainment Scoop ~ Interview with Music Artist Duo, Cliff & Antoinette Murray

Meet the Murrays! They are quite the amazing couple with a beautiful and inspiring story that mirrors the purpose of TBAP. They’ve been through so much individually and as a couple, and have come out together stronger with a testimony which displays the awesome goodness of God, the wonder of marriage, and the beauty of church community done right. Cliff and Antoinette released their album, self-titled, April 20th, this year (read the TBAP review here), and stopped by on TBAP to tell their amazing story—a story that could move anyone to tears, touching on love, redemption, healing, marriage, church, and family! Take a look! Miranda ~ Hello! Delighted to have you visit TBAP today. Please tell us a bit about yourselves. Also, how did you become Christians? Tell us your story! Cliff: Greetings in Jesus’ mighty name. Thank you for reaching out and for your kind review of our album! I’m from Corona, CA, but was born in Ohio. A pastor’s kid, I grew up in church and my earliest memories include felt board bible …

Album Review ~ God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness – Songs Inspired By And In The Original Motion Picture By Pureflix

About The Album God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness – Songs From And Inspired By the Motion Picture features 10 pop and worship tracks from the DREAM Records and DREAM Worship roster of artists. Made exclusively for the third installment of the hit film, God’s Not Dead, the film titled, God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness, will be opening in theaters nationwide on March 30th. Featuring a star-studded cast, including David A.R. White, John Corbett, Ted McGinley, Shane Harper, Jennifer Taylor, Benjamin Onyango, with special appearances by Dr. Cissy Houston and Tatum O’Neal. Also releasing on March 30th, the album features Matthew Parker, We Are Leo, Landry Cantrell, Joel Vaughn, The Rock Music, Abigail Duhon, New Hope Oahu, Mass Anthem, and Long Hollow WAVE. Category Religious/Christian Genre Rock/Pop/Urban Release Date March 30, 2018. Rating 4 Stars Review Songs in and inspired by God’s Not Dead: A Light In Darkness album opens with Joel Vaughn’s Alive In Us, setting a tone of hope that reminds the believer of God’s eternal being and His all-powerful Name that reigns forever, …

Album Review ~ Kingdom By New Hope Oahu

Genre Contemporary Praise/Worship Release Date August 9, 2017 Rating 5 Stars Review New Hope Oahu doesn’t disappoint with the number, Kingdom, the song by which the album is titled, as its head-nodding and hands-lifting attribute easily take over the atmosphere so that God’s presence reigns. An uplifting song that inspires pure worship and complete surrender to the will and sovereignty of God, the Kingdom song, as well as the album as a whole, is what any child of God needs to be reminded of God’s awesome power and majesty. The spirit of joy, faith, hope, and love rings deep and is felt and experienced as New Hope Oahu leads with the truly inspiring and joyful songs of the Kingdom album.   About New Hope Oahu New Hope Oahu is listed as one of the top ten most innovative churches in America with Outreach Magazine listing them as one of the “top five churches to learn from.” New Hope Oahu is known for redeeming the arts and technology with thousands attending services each week between their 5 …

Album Review ~ Future + Hope by New Hope Oahu

Album Photo Category Christian/Inspirational Genre Pop/Contemporary Worship Release Date September 9th, 2016 Rating 5 Stars Review Future + Hope began with the head-nodding disco-popish (Jesus) I Want You, and then slid into contemporary worshipful mode for most of the album. In listening to Future + Hope, there’s the clear sense that it is so much more than the music and the singing, but all about worship to God, Most High. Each song is designed to lead the listener into complete surrender in heart and in spirit. The simple but amazing lyrics are soft and beautiful, blending wonderfully with the instrumentals, and making sweet symphonies that can only be described as heavenly. If you’re a fan of Hillsong’s music, you’ll adore New Hope Oahu’s Future + Hope. Be sure to look out for Call On The Name, Written and Amen—the songs which I believe are the cherries on top of the icing! From I Want You to Mesmerized, this 12-track album is beautiful music therapy for any troubled heart seeking peace, comfort and rest.