Kari Jobe’s The Garden (Review & Giveaway)
In the last few months, I’ve really begun to enjoy praise and worship music. I’ve long been interested in Christian music. That started when I was in middle school and had a kickin’ youth group and youth leader who loved music. He introduced us to non-traditional worship groups that pushed the boundaries of “typical” Christian music.
As I’ve grown older, though, I find that in addition to wanting the rockin’ and rollin’ type of music to get my brain and heart pumping, I search for introspective and reflective music that causes me to stop, consider the words, and really praise.
I recently had the chance to listen to Kari Jobe’s new disc, The Garden. I have to say, Jobe fits the bill of reflective and introspective that I have been wanting to add to my collection.
Reminiscent of Sarah McLachlan’s sound and feel, Kari Jobe’s music is perfect for worship and praise. Jobe’s voice is lilting yet fierce. I can hear the praise and adoration in all that she sings.
I have the CD in my car so that I can listen when alone for silent reflection. But I’m also enjoying shareing with my kids on our way to school. Baby Diva seems to especially enjoy the beautiful songs.
Many thanks to Propeller Consulting, LLC for providing this prize for the giveaway. Choice of winners and opinions are 100% my own and NOT influenced by monetary compensation. I did receive a sample of the product in exchange for this review and post.
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