No Changin' Us
|No Changin' Us|
|Studio album by Point of Grace|
|Genre||Christian pop, country pop|
|Point of Grace chronology|
No Changin' Us is the fourteenth album and eighth studio album by Christian group Point of Grace. It was released on March 2, 2010. It is their first full-length recording since their 2007 release, How You Live. It is also their first full-length release since the June 2008 departure of Heather Payne reduced the group to a trio. The album was produced by Nathan Chapman, who has achieved success due to his work with country singer Taylor Swift. The album features a more country-oriented sound, due to the group's growing acceptance within the country music market.
The album's lead single, "Come to Jesus," was released on February 2, 2010.
The track "The Greatest Show On Earth" was written by the group along with Cindy Morgan and Julie Adkison.
The track "A Good Place To Turn Around" was originally recorded by country singer Kayla King.
- "He Holds Everything"
- "There Is Nothing Greater Than Grace"
- "No Changin' Us"
- "Love And Laundry"
- "What About Jesus"
- "Chalk In The Rain"
- "The Greatest Show On Earth"
- "A Good Place To Turn Around"
- "Come To Jesus"
|U.S. Billboard 200||60|
|U.S. Billboard Top Christian Albums||2|
- "Come To Jesus" #7
- "There Is Nothing Greater Than Grace" #12
- "Love And Laundry" #15
Point of Grace
- Nick Buda - drums
- Chris Carmichael - strings
- Nathan Chapman - bass guitar, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, keyboards, mandolin, percussion, tambourine, background vocals
- Stephanie Chapman - acoustic guitar
- Eric Darken - percussion
- Dan Dugmore - steel guitar, percussion
- Shannon Forrest - drums
- Kenny Greenberg - electric guitar
- Rob Hajacos - fiddle
- Tony Harrell - keyboards
- B. James Lowry - acoustic guitar
- Mike Johnson - steel guitar, dobro
- Bryan Sutton - banjo, acoustic guitar, mandolin
- Ilya Toshinsky - banjo, mandolin
- Glenn Worf - bass guitar
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