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Integrity Music Collaborates With The Porter’s Gate For New Release

Integrity Music is collaborating with The Porter’s Gate, a collection of sacred ecumenical arts, to launch its second project, Neighbor Songs, on October 25. The first track, “Nothing to Fear (Audrey Assad),” is accessible today.


The Porter’s Gate was established in 2017 by Isaac and Megan Wardell, with the task of being a “porter” to the Christian Church-one who looks beyond the gates of the church to welcome visitors. Isaac is also Director of Worship Arts at the Trinity Church in Charlottesville, Virginia.

It began as a group of more than 50 songwriters, musicians, academics, pastors and music industry experts from a multitude of religious traditions and cultural backgrounds gathered for meaningful conversations about worship and vocation. The outcome has been the release of ‘ Work Songs. ‘

“We were so pleased to have so many songwriters who spoke different languages and came from such different worship traditions all sitting around tables and learning from one another and writing new worship music together,” shares Isaac Wardell. “We hope that the result is something that will be really useful to churches looking to welcome in neighbors of all backgrounds.”

Track Listing for Neighbor Songs:
Blessed Are The Merciful
Nothing to Fear (feat. Audrey Assad)
The Earth Shall Know (feat. Urban Doxology, Casey J & Leslie Jordan)
Love Will Never Fail (I Corinthians 13) (feat. Leslie Jordan)
Let Us Be Known (feat. Diana Gameros)
The Greatest Commandment (feat. Paul Zach)
Daughters of Zion (feat. Casey J & Josh Garrels)
Hallelujah Sing (feat. Latifah Alattas & Audrey Assad)
Jesus, Bread of Life (feat. Diana Gameros)
He Is Among Us (The Least of These) (feat. Zach Bolen)
Teach Us Your Ways (feat. Leslie Jordan)
Daughters of Zion (Reprise) (feat. Paul Zach and Lauren Goans)
En Comunidad (feat. Diana Gameros)

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