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Bring Your Kingdom

VWorship is proud to introduce its first LIVE recording,
Bring Your Kingdom!

The first recording project from VWorship includes 7 original tracks, including 'Bring Your Kingdom', 'We Are Yours', 'Search Me O God', 'Have Your Way', 'You In Me', 'Call To Arms (You Are Lord)', and 'By Your Blood/Nothing But the Blood'. This album was written by worship leaders from The Vineyard Church of Central Illinois. 

Featuring Daniel Goulet, Carolyn Yoder, Chris Hanstad, Joanna Machen, Amy Kauffman and Kyle Howard on lead vocals, Dave Witbeck, Trevor Joellenbeck, Judah Dawkins, Josh Phua, and Gavin Earp additionally in the band and countless other team members at different levels of the creative and technical process, 'Bring Your Kingdom' is filled with passionate anthems declaring themes of grace, identity, intimacy and the in-breaking Kingdom of God.

Piano driven melodies, lively electric rhythms and bold drum lines are present throughout, awakening the soul to rise and sing. As a worship community, our hope is that this album brings about powerful personal encounters with the living God.

The album is available for purchase at the Vineyard Bookstore and digitally on iTunes and Amazon.



1. Bring Your Kingdom (feat. Carolyn Yoder)
Written by Carolyn Yoder, Background Vocals by Daniel Goulet
2. We Are Yours (feat. Chris Hanstad)
Written by Chris Hanstad, Background Vocals by Carolyn Yoder
3. Search Me O God (feat. Daniel Goulet)
Written by Daniel Goulet, Background Vocals by Joanna Machen
4. Have Your Way (feat. Daniel Goulet and Joanna Machen)
Written by Daniel Goulet and Joanna Machen
5. You In Me (feat. Carolyn Yoder)
Written by Carolyn Yoder, Background Vocals by Amy Kauffman
6. Call To Arms (You Are Lord) (feat. Kyle Howard)
Written by Kyle Howard, Background Vocals by Carolyn Yoder
7. By Your Blood/Nothing But the Blood (feat. Daniel Goulet and Carolyn Yoder)
By Your Blood written by Daniel Goulet and Judah Dawkins
Nothing But the Blood written by Robert Lowry, copyright 1876 Public Domain