Bethel Music premieres We Will Not Be Shaken film free on Facebook

Worship ministry Bethel Music premiered their film We Will Not Be Shaken for free on Facebook on January 16, featuring an evening of worship filmed against the backdrop of the scenic mountaintop view of Shasta Lake north of Redding.

The 24-hour world premiere followed with an exclusive access to the film by students of WorshipU, a training school for worship leaders and teams from January 17 to 22.

Meanwhile, the live album and DVD will be released internationally on January 27 with Provident Music Distribution, which will include 11 new songs by the Bethel Music Artist Collective, namely Brian Johnson, Jenn Johnson, Hunter Thompson, Amanda Cook and Matt Stinton, as well as debut artists Kalley Heiligenthal, Hannah McClure, Paul McClure, Jonathan David Helser and Melissa Helser.

The album is produced by Bobby Strand and Chris Greely, while the film is directed by Nathan Grubbs and Luke Manwaring, and includes aerial views taken from a drone aircraft's camera during the evening of worship.

The film hopes to inspire people to "not be shaken" during times of trouble, but instead believe in Jesus. The title was actually inspired by a spontaneous moment of worship during Bethel's Sunday service as they were highlighting God's promise amidst adversity.

We Will Not Be Shaken is available for pre-order now at iTunes, and those who pre-order will receive instant downloads of the title track sang by Brian Johnson, and "Ever Be" by Kalley Heiligenthal.

There will also be a Digital Deluxe version that would include a digital booklet, four videos, and an exclusive video.
Aside from the title track and "Ever Be," other songs from the album are "Jesus, We Love You" by Paul McClure, "No Longer Slaves" by Jonathan Helser, "You Don't Miss a Thing" by Amanda Cook, "Seas of Crimson" by Brian Johnson, "Home" by Hunter Thompson, "Nearness" by Jenn Johnson, "You Are My One Thing" by Hannah McClure, "Who Can Compare to You" by Matt Stinton, and "In Over My Head (Crash Over Me)" by Jenn Johnson.