Point Of Grace To Release First Full-Length Hymns Album

CCM group Point of Grace will return April 3 with a new collection, Beautiful Name. The album marks the trio’s first full-length recording of hymns and worship songs, with Point of Grace’s signature harmonies atop 10 fresh arrangements of beloved favorites.

Produced and arranged by Kent Hooper and Phillip Keveren, Beautiful Name features cherished hymns “All Creatures of Our God and King,” “Holy, Holy, Holy” and “Blessed Assurance,” among others, alongside such worship classics as the Twila Paris-penned “How Beautiful”; Hillsong Worship’s anthemic “Cornerstone”; and renowned modern hymn “In Christ Alone (My Hope Is Found),” by Keith Getty and Stuart Townend.

“We have always known at some point in our career we would record a hymns and worship project,” said Point of Grace’s Shelley Breen. “After being together for 25 years, this seemed like the perfect time. So much of our ministry is based on the foundation we received growing up in the Church and singing these hymns that are so theologically rich and full of verity.”

Point of Grace has sold more than 8 million units; garnered two platinum records; three Grammy nominations, as well as 27 No. 1 singles and numerous Dove Awards. Comprised of Shelley Breen, Denise Jones and Leigh Cappillino, the group founded the Girls of Grace conference and have authored multiple books. Point of Grace regularly appear on the Grand Ole Opry stage.

 

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