The newest release from Vineyard Records UK, The Lamb Has Conquered, features the best new worship songs birthed and recorded live in Mercy Vineyard, Southampton, UK.  The recording is set to release simultaneously Nov. 22 with two of Vineyard’s best-selling albums, Come Now Is The Time and Hungry, re-mastered and together for the first time in a special two for the price of one package.

Since its release in March 1999, Hungry has gone on to become Vineyard Music’s all time best-selling album. Hailed as one of the most significant worship albums to have ever been released, this album has impacted the worldwide church with many of the songs being translated into several different languages. Proceeds raised through the sales of this album have helped fund orphanages in South Africa, plant churches in over 40 nations and train pastors for effective ministry in today’s modern church.

“I knew the project was special, but I don’t think any of us anticipated what a warm response this project would receive from the Church around the world,” says Brian Doersken, producer.  “I just feel really blessed that by the grace of God I was able to be in the middle of it, watching and listening to what God was doing all around me in the heart of Vineyard churches in the UK and Ireland, and in the hearts of these precious worshippers.”

Hungry followed the 1998 release of Vineyard Music UK’s first-ever worship recording, Come Now Is The Time, that sparked one of the best known worship songs in today’s modern church, “Come Now Is The Time To Worship,” written by Doersken.  Originally released in the USA under Vineyard Music’s Winds of Worship label, Kingsway is now offering Come Now Is The Time and Hungry in a Two For One package for $13.99.  The package features both albums re-mastered and complete with printable chords, lyrics and the piano scores, as well as interviews with worship leaders and songwriters such as Brian Doerksen, Brenton Brown, Kathryn Scott, Michael Frye and Graham Ord.

The Lamb Has Conquered follows in this legacy of Vineyard recordings, offering 12 dynamic new worship songs of truth, courage, empowerment and hope for believers worldwide. Opening with the battle cry of the title track, the album sets out with the powerful message that our war has already been won, and proclaims who God is and what He did on the cross. The album then moves into an acknowledgment of the power of the Lamb and ends with the anthemic, “Worthy Is The Lamb.”

With all songs written by Mercy Vineyard’s Kate Cooke and brothers Mike and Jamie Pearson, these “sung prayers” are dynamic, guitar-driven and passionate musical offerings.  In addition to songwriting, Kate sings lead vocals on select tracks while her husband, Jimmy Cooke (Beautiful, Verra Cruz), handles producing and playing drums.  Sam Gibson (Delirious?, Hillsong UNITED, Newsboys) mixed the album at Chapel Lane.  Other musicians/worship leaders featured on the recording include Sam Lane (Beautiful, All From You), Marc James (Surrender, Verra Cruz), Nigel Hemming (Great Big God, Hungry) and Henry Cross (All From You, Verra Cruz).

Worship leaders around the world and anyone interested in learning to play the new songs on The Lamb Has Conquered can receive free video tutorials at and free chord charts and lead sheets at  This Vineyard site also features a video story of the new album and includes interviews with Mike Pearson (Mercy Vineyard sr. pastor), Jamie Pearson and Kate and Jimmy Cooke.

The full song listings for The Lamb Has Conquered, Come Now Is The Time and Hungry follow:

The Lamb Has Conquered

1. The Lamb Has Conquered

2. Fall Upon Me

3. He Is Good

4. On The Wooden Cross

5. He Bleeds

6. See The Risen Lord

7. We Adore You

8. The Lord Is My Shepherd

9. Move In Our Lives

10.Spirit Of Jesus

11.To The Only God

12.Worthy Is The Lamb

Come Now Is The Time

1. Come Now Is The Time To Worship

2. Lord Reign In Me

3. Jesus Jesus (Take Me As I Am)

4. A Place In The Hills

5. Holy Fire

6. Who Is Like Our God

7. The Lord Is Gracious and Compassionate

8. Beautiful God

9. All Who Are Thirsty

10. God Of Glory

11. Holy Is The Lord

12. Who Is This

13. O Jesus Mine


1. Hungry (Falling On My Knees)

2. Your Name Is holy

3. Humble King

4. There’s No One Like Our God

5. Make Your Home In Me

6. Child Of God

7. Be The Centre

8. All Creation

9. Rhythm Of Heaven

10. I Surrender

11. Only You

12. Refuge In You

13. You Are A Holy God

14. Breathe

More information on each of these recordings can be found at

About Kingsway:

Tracing its music heritage to 1969, Kingsway today is known as a leader in Worship Music. As the creator of Thank You Music, and later in partnership with EMI, its catalogue includes songs such as “Here I Am to Worship,” “In Christ Alone,” “Everlasting God” and “Blessed Be Your Name” to name a few.

Kingsway’s songs are sung in more than 300,000 churches worldwide accounting for over 30% of CCLI’s (Church Copyright Licensing International) bestseller list. With writers and artists like Tim Hughes, Matt Redman, Delirious?, Graham Kendrick and Stuart Townend, Kingsway is dedicated to feeding the Church with songs that will change the world. As the music arm of David C Cook, a non-profit organization located in Colorado Springs, CO, a significant portion of the profits that Kingsway and David C Cook generate are used to provide discipleship and music materials free of charge to church leaders in developing parts of the world who wouldn’t be able to get them any other way.


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