Style: Worship rock; compare to Kari Jobe, Kristian Stanfill, Paul Baloche
Top tracks: "Reaching for You," "I Belong to You," "Real Life"
Brewster pumps up the guitar solos and sings about God meeting us in the daily grind of life on his fantastic seventh release. On the title track, Brewster adds personal sentiments from his childhood in Alaska. Kari Jobe adds vocal texture and, in some ways, steals the song on the contemplative "Whom Shall I Fear." Sometimes, the solos sound a bit dated (think: Journey or Petra) but they're still amazingly varied. "I Belong to You" and "Reaching for You" are easy contenders for Sunday morning rotation—if your guitar player has the chops.1