This debut from the very young (ages 12 to 14) Tennessee CCM trio is filled with pop hooks, catchy melodies, and a very strong message dealing with the issue of age and faith. Fronted by Jordan Dickerson, 13, son of Absolute Records President Dez Dickerson (who worked with Prince in the early '80s), the album tackles the issues of being a young Christian and remembering that it is not strictly status that defines who we are. A positive release for teens who follow the CCM scene.
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AllMusic Review by Chris True