A lovely, uplifting album, likely to be one of the group's last, from a vocal ensemble with a 30-year history. Founded as a traveling group intended to minister to people of all ages, the ensemble has traveled extensively throughout the United States during its tenure, being invited primarily to churches of Protestant denominations. With 16 members selected from thousands, this group reflects what truly must have been a difficult decision for its administrators. The musicianship is outstanding. The harmonies are tight; the soloists are right on and show range without grating on the nerves. This is the group's only album for the year 2000, and has ten tracks, which are all quite good. This album is a good example of what good contemporary Christian music should exhibit: uplifting lyrics, good musicianship in an upbeat but easy style, production that doesn't force the singers to rely on lip-syncing when onstage, and a clear focus on the gospel throughout the album.
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AllMusic Review by Dacia A. Blodgett-Williams