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From all outward appearances, Kristian Stanfill was like a lot of teenage kids growing up in the suburbs in the 90’s in a fairly typical American home. He went to church, loved music, and even taught himself to play guitar.

As soon as the church youth group heard he could play a few chords, he immediately became the so-called “Worship Leader.” He learned songs by DC ... Read more in Amazon's Kristian Stanfill Store

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  • Audio CD (April 21, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: sixstepsrecords
  • ASIN: B001UJIMUU
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (54 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #227,117 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Kristian Stanfill is a clear and distinctive voice in this generation and his passionate and energy-infused worship fits no set mold. Whether he's leading a group of teenagers, college students or adults, his heart and authenticity cut through and people are drawn close to God.

An Atlanta native, Stanfill began playing music at 13, leading worship for his home church throughout high school. After graduating college in 2002, he started leading worship at North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Ga. It was there he met Louie Giglio, who, in the fall of 2004, asked Stanfill to lead worship for 7:22, a popular weekly young adult gathering Giglio established in 1995. In 2005, he became actively involved with the Passion movement, first leading a community group at Passion 2005, a conference for university students, then as a lead worshipper at Passion 2006. In 2008, he led at both Passion Regionals USA and on the Passion World Tour.

"I have had the privilege of working along side Kristian Stanfill for the last five years in settings where his unique voice and passionate heart for God's fame have emerged in beautiful ways," says sixstepsrecords founder and director Louie Giglio. "Kristian is a clear and distinctive voice in this generation and a great fit within our small sixsteps family. We are excited to have the opportunity to serve him by making the songs God is entrusting to him available to people around the globe."

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This cd is not bad; it is just not good.
Jacob & Kiki Hantla
This will be loved by high school- college age and anyone who likes to worship by Christian Rock.
kindred spirit
It has the perfect blend of vocals, bass, beats, and rhythm.
EuReka

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Donald Mitchell HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on July 2, 2009
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"The joyful shouting and weeping mingled together in a loud noise that could be heard far in the distance." -- Ezra 3:13

This CD has many good qualities including appealing music, good vocals, a solid bass line, and lots of percussion as a foundation. The sound is solid and consistent. I found my heart being moved closer to the Lord as I listened.

If your church doesn't have a worship team, you could use this CD for worship . . . or for the opening of a home Bible study. The CD liner has the lyrics included.

I found the music had a few drawbacks from my point of view:

1. I prefer worship music that exhibits more variety. This music seems more similar than different in beat and sound from song to song.

2. I also prefer music that doesn't use nearly as much repetition in the lyrics as these songs use.

3. I am also strengthened more by music that is based more on quoting the Word.

Praise the Lord!
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Anne TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on May 28, 2009
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If you enjoy pop Christian music, like all the other Passion albums then you will likely enjoy this album. It has a good beat and decent lyrics. It isn't anything that stands out to me as being very different, but Kristian Stanfill has a voice that is easy to listen.

As for my personal feelings about the album, though, I've been puzzling about what to write. It really made me dig into what I think about worship music and other Christian music I enjoy listening to.

The conclusions I came to are these: When I listen to worship music, I want it to be solid Biblically and not merely a short chorus that is repeated over and over. I studied cults in college and that is one of their tactics to brainwash people. When I sing the same line over and over and over, I start feeling yucky knowing this. Secondly, when I listen to worship music, I want to love the Lord through my singing and have the words be about him, not the emotional high it might give me. Listening to one loud song after another tends to do that. Third, when I'm listening to Christian music for fun that isn't worship music (not meant for me to sing along to in church), I enjoy music that tells a story from the writer and singer's heart(s).

This album goes against all 3 of those things for me. I looked through the liner notes and I didn't see any Bible verses referenced nor could I discern, except for one song (that I did really enjoy), that the lyrics were very meaty Biblically. There are times when Kristian Stanfill repeats the same 1-3 lines several times and builds that drum beat to create an emotional high from the music. He does this over and over throughout the album. None of the songs really told a story.
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For more than seven years, Kristian Stanfill has been serving as the worship leader at Alpharetta, Georgia's North Point Community Church. "Attention" is his impressive debut album with sixstepsrecords. It contains a superb collection of contemporary praise and worship songs that will reinvigorate your walk with the Lord. According to Stanfill, the purpose of "Attention" is to focus the listener's attention away from the materialistic world and back on the cross.

With songs like "Lord of All" and "Faithful", "Attention" explains the wonder, awe, power and love of our God. Most of the songs, such as "Go" and "Wake Up," emphasize the urgency of our need to worship Him. Time is running out. Jesus will soon be returning to Earth. It is time to wake up, go, and run towards Him. Hence the reason for the album's beautiful cover; it brilliantly depicts a Kaleidoscopic image of a cityscape (perhaps Atlanta) with the powerful sun shining in the background against the face of a huge clock. The atmospheric sun, like the Son of God, gets our attention every day, and from it we get nourishment and life.

The inspirational lyrics are easy to read and follow. I have read every word and disagree with none of them. I recommend and hope that worship leaders throughout the country play Kristian Stanfill's music. I would love to see the lyrics of his songs displayed on church media screens. These praise and worship songs make you want to lift up your hands and give praise to the Lord. I'm not ashamed to say they make me want to dance. I grew up on pop music. I use to dance for the Devil; now I dance for the Lord.

Kristian Stanfill either wrote or co-wrote most of the songs for "Attention.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jacob & Kiki Hantla TOP 1000 REVIEWER on September 24, 2009
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God has used music in a great way to engage both my emotions (music) and my knowledge of Him (praise-filled doctrine expressed in words) to deepen my affections for Him. So anytime I get the chance to listen to new Praise & Worship Music I jump at the opportunity, especially if it has anything to do with Passion, whose ministry in the early 2000s was formative for me.

So with that background, I was hopeful for this album, but just had a really hard time getting into it. The music was of mediocre musical quality, if I'm not listening carefully, it just "feels" like its all the same overbearing sound for the whole album.

The lyrics for the most part do better. They are easy to understand, tend to focus on God and not man (not as much as I would have liked however), and do a good job of revealing Stanfill's Love for God. Yet even the lyrics tend to degrade into the repetition that in my opinion marked the instrumentation.

This cd is not bad; it is just not good. If you are looking for high quality praise & worship that blends good music with even better lyrics, I would recommend you wholeheartedly consider anything by Sovereign Grace Music (Worship God Live is a great place to start.).
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