About

Company History

Integrity Music is a division of David C Cook, a leading nonprofit global resource provider serving the Church with life-transforming materials. Headquartered in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Integrity’s resources are distributed in more than 160 countries and sold worldwide – PLUS we’ve translated albums in Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Dutch, French, & Portuguese for people around the globe.

Originally founded as a direct-to-consumer music club in 1987, Integrity grew into one of Christian music’s biggest success stories and in the process helped ignite the widespread popularity of contemporary praise and worship music.

Integrity Music’s roster includes: Lincoln Brewster, The Brilliance, Paul Baloche, Darlene Zschech, All Sons & Daughters, The City Harmonic, Gateway Worship, New Life Worship, Christine D’Clario, NewWine, Planetshakers, Worship Central, Brian Doerksen and GRAMMY Award winner Israel Houghton. See the entire Integrity Family here.

Our Mission

Helping people worldwide experience the manifest presence of God through worship.

Our Core Values

We are dedicated and committed to:

  • Accountability
  • Cooperation
  • Excellence
  • Innovation
  • Integrity
  • Love
  • Truth

What is Worship?

by Chris Jack (taken from “Inside Out Worship”)

In studying the practices and principles of Christian worship in the New Testament, the right starting point is surely the life and teaching of Jesus. The first significant thing to note is that Jesus Himself was a worshipper. Indeed, He is the one true worshipper.

In Jesus, the Temple and its worship are superseded. This truth is reflected in Jesus’ own teaching: in His assertion of being greater than the Temple (see Matt. 12:6) and in His comment about rebuilding the Temple (see John 2:19-22). Jesus actually fulfills the hopes and expectations of the Old Testament. All that the Jews of His day anticipated in the messianic era finds its true embodiment in Jesus.

Jesus did not come to destroy Judaism, but to bring it to its destined end in the worship of the new age.

It is evident that although Jesus lived and worshipped within His Jewish context, he was not bound by it. For He pointed beyond it. Through Him, something new was about to happen. Yet this new thing was continuous with the old and sprang directly out of it. Jesus was and is the bridge between the old and the new. He fulfills the old by His perfect obedience to it, and in doing so, ushers in the new. Here, then, is the sense in which Jesus is more than just a model worshipper. As the ultimate sacrifice for sin (see Heb. 9:26,28; cf. Mark 10:45), Jesus becomes the means of worship, the One through whom worship is to be offered (see Heb. 10:19-22; cf. John 14:6). Jesus not only worships truly; He also makes true worship possible.

It Started With A Song

Let us take you on a journey
It started with a song

We heard it when the maker first planted the seed
We helped to nurture it
Given time, Given air, Given care
And when it was ready
We helped the song to be heard

Someone liked it
Then a few more people liked it
Then lots of people really liked it
They started to sing it in church
It spread far, then further still
As churches all over the world began to sing it

What started as a cry from the heart
Became the sound of a generation
What started with an artist of excellence
Became a worship song of substance
So we did it again and again and again and again and again

The journey doesn’t end there…
We are passionate about justice
Justice with a mission
Passionate about using our resources
To build disciples in the developing and underdeveloped world

Discover the Sound of Worship

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