Now/Next from iWorship

iWorship is back with a new collection of hits for the worshipping church.

Now/Next is out on 5 March and features 28 of the most popular songs being sung in the church today as well as its predictions for the favourite anthems of the global church tomorrow.

"Now" tracks include "Happy Day" by Tim Hughes and "Healer" sung by Kari Jobe, while "Next" tracks include "Nothing is Impossible" by Planetshakers, "Spirit Break Out" by Worship Central and "Love Came Down" by Ben Cantelon.

It's the first "Now/Next" recording from iWorship since 2004.

Craig Dunnagan, vice president of Music Publishing and Ministry Alliances says: "iWorship has been a vital tool for Integrity Music to emphasise songs the Church is embracing now. But, more importantly, it gives a platform to songs that indicators show are going to be the 'next' favourite songs that the local church is singing.

"Through inspiring visuals, printed music and audio recordings, iWorship is an established brand bringing powerful worship songs to worshippers and worship leaders around the world."

Releasing simultaneously with the new double-CD will be an exclusive iWorship Now/Next iTunes LP including song charts, live worship and lyric videos, and a free "Service Starter" resource video with song-based mini-movies combining scripture, music and graphics for use in church services.

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