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Wors h i p AC Ghost Ship Costly (BEC) FOR FANS OF: Crowder, Citizens & Saints, Kings Kaleidoscope QQQ Cheri Keaggy No Longer My Own (Psalm 91 Records) FOR FANS OF: Amy Grant, Carole King, Point Of Grace QQQ Intended to honor the price Jesus paid on the cross, Ghost Ship’s second full- length album, Costly, is also Cam Huxford’s heart-mirror since the release of The Good King in 2013. Written and recorded during a tumultuous time in the life of Mars Hill Church that ultimately saw its dissolution in 2014, Costly rises to offer easy access points for those needing a message of Christ’s hope through song. There’s a simplistic beauty at work here, leaving much room for spiritual communication. No Longer My Own, the latest release from Dove Award winning singer/songwriter Cheri Keaggy, showcases her classic alto vocals and knack for catchy piano-driven melodies. The self-produced project is decisively pop with hints of gospel. The mood ranges from the peppy “Lucky To Be Breathing Your Air,” where shades of Carole King emerge, to the contemplative “Jesus One and Only.” –Kevin Sparkman –Jamie Walker We Like: “Lucky To Be Breathing Your Air.” Natasha Owens No One But You (Self-Released) FOR FANS OF: Laura Story, Kari Jobe, Meredith Andrews QQQ With a radiant voice and clean contemporary pop arrangements courtesy of Nashville’s top go-to guy Ed Cash, singer/songwriter Natasha Owens makes significant strides on her second national release. In between encouraging morsels from her own faith journey and vertically-leaning reflections, the relative newcomer puts particular emphasis on healing and renewal, no doubt inspired by the unexpected loss of her father to a gun accident, followed by finding refuge in church music ministry, motherhood and her family’s reinforced faith. –Andy Argyrakis WE LIKE: “Scarlet” WE LIKE: “Wings”