INO Records and Catalyst, a leadership development organization, recently joined forces to create the Catalyst Music Project – an album inspired by churches and songwriters nationwide.

Acknowledging that it was time to let the Church show the world what songs are impacting this generation, INO Records asked worship leaders and songwriters to submit music that was already connecting in their communities and churches – ultimately permitting the voice of the people to be heard. More than 350 worship leaders and songwriters submitted 750 songs – from which the Catalyst Music Project emerged.

Produced by Nathan Nockels (Phillips, Craig & Dean, Passion and Matt Redman), the resulting Catalyst Music Project features 12 organic anthems performed by the creators and worship leaders, along with artists like Phil Wickham, Laura Story, Fee and Heather Williams.

Jeremiah Jones, writer of “What A Savior” – the first radio single released from the Catalyst Music Project – says, “While there have been countless inspired worship songs produced for the Church by the music industry, it’s refreshing to hear well-worn, time tested songs written by local leaders.”

Released to radio on January 15, 2010, “What A Savior” – featuring Laura Story – is already being played on more than 30 radio stations nationwide. INO Records and Catalyst are streaming a preview of the album, as well as offering the single and the accompanying chord chart as free downloads, at http://buzzplant.com/catalyst/ecard1/.

TRACK LISTING and PERFORMERS:
Love Is The Answer
– written by Rod Attaway & Scotty Willbanks
Performed by Rob Attaway
One Who Overcomes – written by Nic Carver
Performed by Phil Wickham
What A Savior – written by Jeremiah Jones
Performed by Laura Story
Beauty Of the Cross – written by Casey & Corey Parnell
Performed by Fee
A Thousand Amens (Doxology) – written & performed by Tim Timmons
Hallelujah (All I Need) – written & performed by Stephen Cole
Emmanuel – written by Miriam Ah Kuoi & Rudy Vaughn
Performed by Heather Williams
Better Than I Know– written & performed by David Walker
Revivals Fire – written & performed by Andy Cherry
Because Of Your Love – written by Miriam Ah Kuoi & Nick Kirk
Performed by Miriam Ah Kuoi
God Of All – written by Scott Reed & Paul Taylor
Performed by Scott Reed
Won’t You Be My Love – written by Nick Kish & Thad Cockrell
Performed by Thad Cockrell

The Catalyst organization was conceived at a Next Generation Leaders Conference in 1999 by Andy Stanley, Reggie Joiner, John Maxwell, Lanny Donoho and several young leaders. It was created to meet the felt need that existed for a leadership event that was focused on a new generation of church leaders, by creating a conference specifically focused on leaders under the age of 40. In October of 2000 in Atlanta, GA, partnering with North Point Community Church, Catalyst convened 1500 church leaders for this inaugural experience. Currently, over half a million leaders around the world are connected to the Catalyst community through events, resources, unique gatherings, online communities, social media and relational networks.
http://www.catalystconference.com/



INO Records launched in April 1999, designed to create ‘independently minded’ artist-label partnerships that offer specialized attention to both music and ministry.  Following an extremely successful two years in business, INO was purchased by Integrity Incorporated, a media/communications company that produces, publishes and distributes Christian music, books and related products throughout the United States and internationally in 176 other countries worldwide.

For more information on INO Records and their artists, visit www.inorecords.com.

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