Love Has a Name (Deluxe) [Live] - Jesus Culture
  • Genre: Christian & Gospel
  • Release Date: 2017-08-11
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 16

Love Has a Name (Deluxe) [Live]

Jesus Culture

Jesus Culture began in the summer of 1999, when the youth group at Bethel Church in Redding, California, led by Banning Liebscher, launched the first Jesus Culture conference. During this time they began leading worship at Jesus Culture conferences both nationally and internationally and thus the Jesus Culture band was formed. The band consists of Kim Walker-Smith (Vocals) and Chris Quilala (Vocals and Guitar) as worship leaders along with Jeffrey Kunde (Lead Guitar), Brandon Aaronson (Bass), Ian McIntosh (Keys) and Josh Fisher (Drums). The ministry has been called one of the most significant Christian movements in post-war America. They released the following albums and EPs so far: Everything (2006), We Cry Out (2007), Your Love Never Fails (2008), Consumed (2009), My Passion E.P. (2010), Come Away (Nov 2010) Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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  • Awesome

    By Brittmill
    I just can't get enough of this album!
  • Love has a name

    By AdaSD7
    I am obsessed with God! To worship him I Exist! This album is great & the song Infinite is absolutely an amazing worship song!!!
  • Avoid!

    By Jc&sg11
    Rooted in the heretical "new apostolic reformation" movement. Do some research on Bethel Church in Redding Ca. (where they are from).
  • Awesome!

    By a Lonely pigeon
    "Halls of Heaven" is my favorite. Keep up the good work!!
  • Love it!

    By CapyMomma
    I'm growing more and more to love JC music and really enjoy this album. (To the 1 negative review- if you don't have something nice to say, maybe you shouldn't!) Music is artistry and creativity, which flows out from those blessed with the ability and inspiration to create it. I love this album! Thank you JC for creating a sweet sound for us all to worship with.
  • Anointed!!

    By Picked up Pieces
    If you're looking for an album that will have you crying, laughing, dancing, and praising Jesus all at the same time this is it
  • Just okay

    By larryboy n
    I find myself listening to the old Jesus Culture albums. Something is different with your new music. It's become very commercial. These new albums don't move my heart the way the old ones do. Still love you but I'm gonna stick to the older albums for now.
  • B. Clinton

    By BKNY247
    Amazing worship album! One of JC's best yet.
  • Review

    By Emmerjones
  • I enjoy this album

    By johnnyomg
    It helps me get into presence of the Lord and worship Him. Jesus Culture is a very good worship band IMO.