Record Label: Blessed Hope Records & DT4JC Music Company
Produced by: Dean Palacio, Tony Palacio, Robbie Destocki
Executive Producers: Tony Palacio, Joseph M. Schimmel
Genre: Praise & Worship
Running Time: 85 Minutes
Official Website: www.blessedhopechapel.org
Two years after the release of the critically acclaimed “Enter In – Live Worship at Blessed Hope Chapel” CD, this follow-up release delivers the same quality praise & worship people have come to enjoy from the Blessed Hope Chapel Praise Team.
Led by worship directors Dean & Tony Palacio, this release promises to have something for everyone. Modern worship, contemporary worship, and of course a few new tunes written by the Palacio’s.
Once again, they teamed up with Grammy® Award-winning engineer, John Jaszcz (www.theyoshman.com), who put his finishing touches on each and every song at The Bennett House in Franklin, TN. There are 16 tracks in all, well over 1 hour of music!
And just like “Enter In”, proceeds from every sale of “In Your Presence” goes directly to Blessed Hope Chapel and the various ministries they support.
No worship collection is complete without this release from Blessed Hope Records & DT4JC Music Company. Order yours today!
3. Glorify Your Name
4. We Are Hungry
5. The Love of God
6. Knees to the Earth
7. Above All
8. One Pure and Holy Passion
9. Holy is the Lord
10. In Your Presence
11. I See the Lord
12. I Stand Amazed
13. Revive Me
14. Be the Center
15. Wonderful, Merciful Savior
16. Grace Flows Down
17. One Thing (All of Life)
Review by Robin Thompson, Cross Rhythms, UK –
“Live worship albums don’t always work for me, often failing to communicate effectively the spirituality and sense of reverence in such occasions. Thankfully, this album from a worship team based at a church in Simi Valley, California is one of those that does work and it is to the credit of those involved. Firstly, it starts in the right place with a right spirit engaged in worship of Jesus and is supported by excellent musical talent and sensitive and sensible recording and production. After a short intro it starts with an excellent guitar-driven version of Chris Tomlin’s “Forever” and this strong guitar-based sound continues into the next few songs. It then moves into a more intimate time of worship which contrasts well with the opening. Later there is an interesting version of “Be The Centre” which I think epitomises the essence of the whole album – it contains all the important parts like the distinctive acoustic guitar finger pick without being completely derivative. They managed to stamp their own mark upon this excellent song. Sandwiched in amongst the well known numbers are a selection of their home grown songs and these fit seamlessly into place, which is also to their credit. Finally, rock trivia buffs should note that the Tony Palacio on this project is not the same as the legendary Tony Palacios who once fronted premier ’90s band Guardian, but our chap here plays some mean bass lines.” –Robin Thompson, Cross Rhythms, UK