12 Songs, 59 Minutes


His surging, roiling rock anthems propel you to a higher plane of faith.

Apple Digital Master


His surging, roiling rock anthems propel you to a higher plane of faith.

Mastered for iTunes

Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
83 Ratings

83 Ratings

brookey96 ,

This guy rights a lot of good ones but this album is pushing to be the best

It's the perfect cd to play in churches, whether before/after service or maybe introduce some new ones for the worship set! If you liked This is Amazing Grace, you'll love Your Love Awakens Me! My personal favorites are Starmaker and Spirit of God- they are very beautiful with perfect choruses to sing along with! And Phil doesn't fail to include his amazing vocals- like a note he hits in Children of God! It's an awesome album, it'll be the best purchase of your year!

davisevanoff ,

Phil Wickham's Best Album!!

I listened to the album by preordering it through his website. This I can say after listening to all his albums, Children of God is Phil Wickham at his best. All of the songs have the powerful, mystic feeling that I love in Phil's music, and his singing and lyricism is so passionate and heartfelt. He has the CCM radio feel in this album, but he keeps the elements of what makes him an amazing worship leader and songwriter. I can say this is definitely his best album!

Emma Welling ,

A Knock Out of The Park for Wickham

Phil Wickham has definitely made a name for himself in the past few years in the CCM realm. This album showcases his heart for worship, his excellent musicianship, and his love of Christ. Each song is lyrically deep and fill you with the spirit. The flow of pads and synths give the album a very ethereal sound and it lets you sit in the moment as the music floods around you. Each song is a different way to sing praise to God and the album name being Children of God is so fitting—the song is a great title song. I am so thankful for Phil Wickham's devotion to creating music for the Lord. I look forward to the amazing things he'll do from here.
5 out of 5 for this album.

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