April 22, 2020

Josh Baldwin - "Live At Church"

Dove Award-nominated Bethel Music singer/songwriter and worship leader Josh Baldwin is set to bow his first live EP April 24. A collection of seven passionate and heartfelt moments of worship ushering listeners into the presence of God, “Live At Church” was recorded at the Bethel Music Worship School.

The project showcases a live rendition of Baldwin’s recent single, the anthemic “Let The Redeemed”; “Endlessly,” “Fountains” and “You Deserve It All” from his 2017 best-selling Bethel Music debut, The War Is Over; a fresh take on Hillsong UNITED's classic “Came To My Rescue”; and the spontaneous “All I Really Want.”

In addition, “Live At Church” features the previously unreleased "My King Forever," a declaration of thankfulness penned by Baldwin, Ethan Hulse and Brian Johnson. “This song came out of a desire to write a worship song that felt like a timeless love letter to King Jesus," Baldwin shares. "When I think of all that the Lord has done for me, the life that He’s given me, and all that He has in store for me, my only response is to give Him all of my praise and all of my life.”

“The album really feels like coming home to me," Baldwin adds. "I have been leading worship for over 20 years in the church and it still feels like the most natural expression of who I am. My heart has always been to write songs for the Church and for corporate worship around the world, and I pray that this album brings the Church fresh encounters with the presence of God.”

North Carolina native Josh Baldwin has been a member of the world-renowned Bethel Music collective since 2014 and also serves as a worship leader at Bethel Church in Redding, California. Fueled by his breakout hit, “Stand In Your Love,” from Bethel Music’s best-selling VICTORY compilation, Baldwin was a 2019 GMA Dove Award nominee in the prestigious New Artist of the Year category. “Stand In Your Love” reached #2 at Christian radio and also landed in the Top 10 on Billboard's 2019 year-end Christian Airplay Songs chart.