Posted by Craig Borlase on 14 May 2014

Remember how "Break Every Chain" made the move from Contemporary Worship to Gospel? (Jesus Culture > Tasha Cobbs)

Well, here’s one that might just make the jump back. 

Surely someone’s going to give it the Coldplay and/or Sufjan Stevens treatment, right? We think you should....


[click on the picture to play the video or view the Stellar Awards performance on YouTube:]



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