‘My Utmost For His Highest’ Project Features Lauren Daigle, For KING & COUNTRY

A few months ago, Luke Smallbone told me there “might be something in the works” to get his sister and bestselling artist Rebecca St. James back in the studio. Today, I discovered it’s a new compilation project themed to the bestselling devotional My Utmost For His Highest by Oswald Chambers. If you’re as old as I am (joke), you’ll remember two similar projects releasing in the early 2000s. This is a new project for a new generation, featuring the Smallbone collaboration as well as tracks by Lauren Daigle, Meredith Andrews, Sarah Reeves with Chris Quilala, Selah, Hollyn featuring Chris McClarney and more. Sounds great – count me in! Here’s the official information about the project, which releases in a few days:

The new compilation album My Utmost For His Highest, a companion to the bestselling Oswald Chambers devotional, releases from Word on Sept. 29. Album cover courtesy of Word Records.
The new compilation album My Utmost For His Highest, a companion to the bestselling Oswald Chambers devotional, releases from Word on Sept. 29. Album cover courtesy of Word Records.

 It’s a Word Entertainment, together with Discovery House Publishing, will present a brand-new multi-artist compilation celebrating Oswald Chambers’ beloved devotional, My Utmost for His Highest, Sept. 29. The unique collection features 21 diverse artists across 13 all-new recordings and one-of-a-kind collaborations honoring one of the most revered Christian theologians of all time.
Each new song on My Utmost for His Highest correlates with a specific passage from the bestselling daily devotional. The GRAMMY®-winning brothers that comprise for KING & COUNTRY are joined by their sister, acclaimed artist Rebecca St. James, on a contemporary version of timeless hymn “Amazing Grace.” Big Daddy Weave teams up with Francesca Battistelli for “Lavish.” New artists Hollyn and Chris McClarney unite for “There’s a Hope”; and Unspoken and Blanca join forces for “Light That Never Fades,” among other high-profile collaborations.
In addition, other highlights include Lauren Daigle’s exclusive acoustic version of “Power To Redeem,” and We Are Messengers’ powerful rendition of “My Victory,” a song co-written by the group’s front man Darren Mulligan and originally recorded by Crowder.
A century after his death, Oswald Chambers continues to guide countless people on their journey to knowing God better through My Utmost for His Highest, first published in 1935. With more than 13 million copies in print, the classic devotional transcends generations with its timeless truths.

The new compilation album My Utmost For His Highest, a companion to the bestselling Oswald Chambers devotional, releases from Word on Sept. 29. Album cover courtesy of Word Records.
The new compilation album My Utmost For His Highest, a companion to the bestselling Oswald Chambers devotional, releases from Word on Sept. 29. Album cover courtesy of Word Records.

My Utmost for His Highest track listing:

  • “Amazing Grace” – for KING & COUNTRY, feat. Rebecca St. James
  • “Needing You Now” – Meredith Andrews
  • “My Victory” – We Are Messengers
  • “Power To Redeem (acoustic version)” – Lauren Daigle
  • “Lavish” – Big Daddy Weave & Francesca Battistelli
  • “There’s A Hope” – Hollyn, feat. Chris McClarney
  • “Yours” – Zealand Worship, feat. Mike Donehey
  • “This I Know” – Sarah Reeves, feat. Chris Quilala
  • “I Surrender” – Brandon Hampton & United Pursuit
  • “Abide In Me” – Chris August
  • “Unfailing Father” – Selah
  • “Light That Never Fades” – Unspoken, feat. Blanca
  • “I Come Alive” – Out of the Dust, feat. The Gray Havens

 

 

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