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It Started With A Song

Have you ever wondered about the story behind Integrity Music? How we began our journey? Check out this short video to learn a bit about us and how it all started with a song!

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Check out these great deals on worship music and resources to help you equip your church and home. You can see the special packages and offers on CDs, DVDs, Books, and more at IntegrityMusicDirect.com.

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Just sign up for our email newsletter and download 5 FREE songs featuring artists like Israel & New Breed, All Sons & Daughters, One: A Worship Collective, Ben Cantelon and More!

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DUSTIN SMITH is a Song Writer and Worship Leader, who has a desire to see the nations ignited with a passion for worship. With an unyielding love for God and His people, Dustin has been able to cross denominational lines with his music. His worship music transcends age, race, color and creed and clearly glorifies the Creator. Recorded live at his home church: World Revival Church in Kansas City, MO, this new recording is co-produced by Michael Farren & Kyle […]

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Recorded live with over 6,000 worshipers at the prestigious Royal Albert Hall in London, “Symphony of Worship” is an exciting partnership of classical and contemporary musicians including All Souls Orchestra and renowned worship artists Paul Baloche, Martin Smith (Delirious?) and Graham Kendrick. The project, which also features a 400-voice choir gathered from across the UK, offers a new expression of symphonic worship with classic songs such as “Shine Jesus Shine,” “Majesty” and “Above All” to name but a few. Renowned […]

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“God of our fathers, known of old; Lord of our far-flung battle line; Beneath whose awful hand we hold; Dominion over palm and pine; Lord God of Hosts, be with us yet, Lest we forget – lest we forget!” – from Recessional, by Rudyard Kipling The phrasing is old and a little odd, but the truth is just as relevant today as it was when Kipling built his poem around the words. We should not forget the sacrifices made by […]

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