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Benefit Project ‘Convoy Of Hope: Hope Has A Name’ set for release by BEC Recordings

The 14-song project features multiple worship songs from churches around the U.S.

BEC Recordings will  release Convoy of Hope: Hope Has A Name, debuting September 13. Benefitting the faith-based and non-profit organization Convoy of Hope, the 14-song project features multiple worship songs from churches around the U.S., such as River Valley Worship, Crossroads Music, Red Rocks Worship, Christ Church Fellowship, and many more.

Mardel is confirmed as the project’s exclusive physical retailer. Click here to pre-save the album digitally, and here to listen to the project’s first single, “Oh the Power,” from Crossroads Music. A full song listing is below.

Since 1994, Convoy Of Hope has helped empower others to live with greater independence and freedom from poverty, disease, and hunger. This benefit project partnered with BEC Recordings will help to further raise awareness and funds for impoverished and hurting families that Convoy Of Hope serves in the U.S. and around the world. All proceeds from Convoy of Hope: Hope Has A Name will go to Convoy of Hope’s Feed the World Fund.

“Each song on the album speaks to the hope we can bring to those in need through sacrifice and service,” says Greg Bridgeman, director of Convoy of Hope’s Innovation Lab. “Our goal is to feed children and give people a helping hand during times of disaster and suffering.”

To date, more than $100,000 in donations has been raised for Convoy of Hope through the participating churches. It is their hope to continue to raise further awareness and donations through the release of Convoy of Hope: Hope Has A Name.

“BEC Recordings is excited to support and partner with Convoy of Hope,” shares BEC Recordings President, Brandon Ebel. “For years they have impacted millions of people around the world through practical needs, and we hope to help shine a light through this benefit album so more people can partner with them.”

Track List:
“Already Done” – Free Worship
“What Love Looks Like” – Christ Fellowship Worship
“Love Changes Everything” – Red Rocks Worship
“Hope Has a Name” – River Valley Worship
“Running” – Our City Worship
“Oh the Power” – Crossroads Music
“Breakthrough” – Battledrums
“Shepherd” – Oaks Worship
“Isn’t He” – Greenville First Worship
“Christ Redeemer (feat. Jorge Mhondera)” – Water’s Edge Music
“Anchor” – Life Church Music
“Trusting in You” – Journey Church Worship
“Savior’s Arms” – Freedom Church
“My Hope” – LifePoint Church Worship

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