(Nashville, Tenn.) - Elevation Worship returns to the national spotlight with its latest music offering, Nothing Is Wasted, on Essential Worship/Provident today. The album, a “must-have” for today’s modern worship enthusiast, is available in two unique expressions: a deluxe and a standard edition, debuting at No. 1 and No. 3 respectively on iTunes Christian & Gospel Top Albums chart. The deluxe edition also reached No. 5 on the iTunes overall Top Albums chart and continues to climb.
Originating from one of Outreach Magazine’s fastest-growing churches in America, Elevation Church in Charlotte, N.C., with more than 12,000 in weekly attendance, Elevation Worship once again puts forth this newest project as an extension of its flourishing ministry. Produced by Elevation Worship’s own Mack Brock, Nothing Is Wasted comprises 12 dynamic worship songs written to correspond thematically with Elevation Church Pastor Steven Furtick’s new book “Greater” (Multnomah Books).
Among those key songs on the record to be aggressively promoted via CCLI, EssentialWorship.com, Worship Leader and PraiseCharts.com, are title track “Nothing Is Wasted,” “Be Lifted High,” “In Your Presence,” “Open Up Our Eyes,” and “Give Me Faith.” The latter is the project’s first single, to begin vying for adds at radio in April. Additionally, “Give Me Faith” has recently become one of the most adopted and sung church anthems worldwide, as evidenced by the song jumping more than 160 spots on CCLI this past year.
Nothing Is Wasted is being offered in a standard edition, a live rendition for worship leaders to adopt into their churches, and a deluxe edition, which includes the live portion plus a studio recording of the same 12 songs. The deluxe edition is intended to take listeners to new heights with progressive production elements, dynamic arrangements, different worship leaders and more.
Elevation Worship participated in more than six worship conferences last year alone and will continue to promote the new songs on Nothing Is Wasted at eight more in 2013.