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Less than two years ago, Third Day decided to release a project specifically for their fans. With almost a decade of touring under their belts, the Atlanta-based rockers had become known for kinetic live shows which incorporated modern worship with the band's signature Southern style. Backed by years of requests for a live record or a worship project, Third Day did the unprecedented; they released both via one landmark release - Offerings - A Worship Album.

The Offerings experience grew quickly from an album release into a movement that culminated in more than 700,000 records sold, two sold-out tours, a Grammy nomination, a DVD/video project, and multiple Dove Awards including Third Day being named "Group" and "Artist of the Year." The Offerings point of connection allowed Third Day to share their special brand of worship live with more than 500,000 people in 2002 alone through their own tours and the "Come Together & Worship" events with Michael W. Smith.

The next installment into the Offerings worship series provides a signature blend of contemporary worship favorites destined to become classics, and worship moments captured live during the "Come Together Fall 2002 Tour."

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LABEL: Essential Records
GENRE: Worship/Rock
SPECIAL EFFECT(S): On the heels of winning their first Grammy, Third Day releases the follow-up to their near platinum-selling worship debut, Offerings: A Worship Album.
PRODUCER(S): Monroe Jones and Third Day

Back in the day, certain church circles thought updating worship meant rockin' a ukulele (no offense to those that still do), but in recent years inspired Christian acts ushered in a new caliber of progressive praise. Top-selling rockers Third Day made just such an impact with Offerings: A Worship Album in 2001, and now the Grammy-winning group returns with another celebrated installment, Offerings II: All I Have To Give.

The new Offerings disc features six studio and six live tracks, the latter recorded during their 2002 "Come Together" tour. Wanting more than a standards remake, Third Day penned such beautiful originals as "Sing a Song" and the piano-driven "Offering", which they paired with a cover of Waterdeep's strikingly catchy "You Are So Good to Me." Among the live tunes, the brilliant "God of Wonders" the City On a Hill hit is a definite standout, as is the upbeat "Creed," co-written by the late, great Rich Mullins. Though the studio tracks provide superior production, the live tracks capture a more organic worship spirit backed by powerful audience participation. Overall, the mix of live and studio tunes provide balance and inspiration for fans seeking a new level of worship experience.

David Jenison