FFH recently released the group’s latest 12-song studio project, The Way We Worship from 62 Records, which proves to be a powerful collection of worship anthems.
The Way We Worship combines an eclectic mix of classic hymns with three, original, contemporary worship songs. A few of the project’s highlights include “As For Me,” “First Love,” “Glorious King,” “Come Thou Fount’ and “Be Still My Soul.”
FFH debuted as a group in 1998 with Take Me As I Am and continued to sell more than two million albums. Fans will readily recognize FFH’s signature sound from a collection of beloved hits that drove their success including “One of These Days,” “Fly Away” and “Still the Cross” and “You Found Me,” among others. Nearly two decades later, the current project follows in the footsteps of their most recent endeavors as a duo: Wide Open Spaces and One Silent Night: An FFH Christmas.
According Jennifer’s husband and FFH co-founder Jeromy Deibler, The Way We Worship was originally inspired by FFH member Jennifer Deibler’s nightly bedtime ritual with her children of tucking them in and singing them a couple of songs, night after night. She came up with the idea several years ago to record some of those songs, so that her children could remember them. The project also reflects on Jeromy’s role as a worship leader at Fellowship Bible Church, with some of the songs being produced for a corporate worship setting.
Musically, listeners can expect an acoustic pop effort that is driven by an acoustic guitar, solid vocal arrangements and thought-provoking lyrics. Overall, this project is more raw and stripped down than the previous, polished releases. However, the song’s timeless messages stand out, along with Jennifer and Jeromy’s impressive harmonies.
With a refreshing delivery of songs, listeners will be led to an intimate place of worship that inspires, encourages and draws them closer to God.