Point of Grace is the debut album by the Contemporary Christian group of the same name. It was released in 1993 by Word Records. It was later re-released in 2003, with different cover art. "I'll Be Believing" (Becky Thurman, Geoff Thurman) - 3:17. One More Broken Heart" (Dwight Liles, Jeff Slaughter) - 4:02. Love Enough" (Robert Sterling, Scott Williamson) - 4:11. Living The Legacy" (G. Thurman, Lowell Alexander) - 3:55. Jesus Will Still Be There" (Sterling, John Mandeville) - 4:29.
Point of Grace is a group of Christian pop music singers and authors. This all-ladies trio consists of Shelley Breen, Denise Jones, and Leigh Cappillino. The group started out as a quartet in 1991, with original members Breen and Jones, as well as Terry Jones and Heather Payne.
They are the reason this album was a fun and joyful process. Each day was better than the next. Andy's co-production chops coupled with Rachel's spot-on arrangements proved to be the steady foundation upon which the gifted studio musicians merged with Point of Grace's one of a kind sonic quality to create an album that can only be described as honest. No gimmicks or artificial enhancement or alterations.
Which is exactly what Point of Grace does with 24. The double-disc collection is loaded with one gem after another, from the opening "Day By Day," a wonderfully superb new track that showcases the womens textbook four-part harmonies, to the ending and equally excellent "Praise Forevermore. Even though worthwhile tracks from earlier in the groups career now sound dated after 10 years, notables such as "The Song Is Alive," "Blue Skies," and "Circle of Friends" demonstrate how comfortable Denise, Shelly, Terry, and Heather have grown with each. If you haven't purchased a Point of Grace album or have one in your collection, I would heartily recommend this album as it contains all of Point of Grace's top in all hence the title of this album).
Point of Grace (album). A Christmas Album (Amy Grant album). In the City (Kevin Rudolf album). A Christmas Album was issued on the heels of Grant's immensely successful 1982 LP Age to Age. Primarily for the audiences she attracted with Age to Age, A Christmas Album featured well-known religious and secular standards alongside original songs. Although not as successful as Age to Age, A Christmas Album still peaked in the Top Ten of the Christian chart and spawned a Top 20 Christian radio single in "Emmanuel. A Christmas Album would eventually be certified gold in 1985, and platinum in 1989