North Point InsideOut

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North Point InsideOut Band
OriginAlpharetta, Georgia
GenresWorship, CCM, Christian alternative rock
Years active1995 (1995)–present
LabelsNorth Point Music, Centricity Music
Associated actsSeth Condrey, Casey Darnell, Eddie Kirkland
  • Seth Condrey
  • Brett Stanfill
  • Steve Fee
  • Chris Cauley
  • Emily Hearn
  • Kaycee Hines
  • Clay Finnesand
  • Heath Balltzglier
  • Matt Adkins
  • Steve Marcia
  • Chad Russell
  • Brandon Coker
  • Jared Hamilton
Past members
  • Eddie Kirkland
  • Lauren Daigle
  • Adam Kersh
  • Paul Taylor Smith

North Point InsideOut is an American contemporary worship music band from Alpharetta, Georgia. Their group formed at North Point Community Church in 1995, a non-denominational congregation, a church established by Pastor Andy Stanley. The group released, No One Higher in 2012 and Hear in 2015 with North Point Music. Nothing Ordinary: Part 1 released in June 2017 and Nothing Ordinary: Part 2 released in October of 2017 were recorded with Centricity Music. Two of those albums both charted on the Billboard magazine charts, with the Hear album placing on the Billboard 200 chart. The group is best known for their 2015 hit "Death Was Arrested" featuring Seth Condrey. It peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard Christian Digital Song Sales for four consecutive weeks. The song has been played 10 million times on Spotify.


InsideOut is the high school ministry arm of North Point Community Church in Alpharetta, Georgia, where they are pastored by Andy Stanley. North Point InsideOut leads worship for the weekly student InsideOut gathering and share songs coming out of North Point Community Church and the five metro Atlanta North Point campuses.[1][2]

The band started as a musical entity in 1995, with their first album, No One Higher, that was released in 2012.[3][4] This album was their breakthrough release on the Billboard magazine charts, where it peaked at No. 20 on the Christian Albums and No. 19 on the Heatseekers Albums charts.[5] Their subsequent album, Hear, was released in 2015, by North Point Music,[6][7] where this peaked on the Billboard 200 at No. 193 and on the Christian Albums at No. 2.[5] The album was placed at No. 1 on the Worship Leader Top 5 Community Funded/Indie Releases of 2015 list,[8] and the song, "Trust It All", was placed at No. 11 on their Top 20 Songs of 2015 list.[9] North Point InsideOut recorded their junior album at Infinite Energy Arena in Gwinnett County, Atlanta on March 26. Sometime in the mix they signed a deal with Centricity Music to publish their Nothing Ordinary EP on iTunes, Google Play, and Amazon Music. The EP released on April 7, 2017.

They recorded five new singles in April 2018: "Unshakable Love", "On My Way Back Home", "Not the Same", "Changed" and "Wide Open". They are expected to release their fourth studio album later this year.[citation needed]


Studio albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Album details[5] Peak chart positions
No One Higher 20 19
Hear 193 2
Nothing Ordinary EP


Year Single Chart positions Album

Christ Air.

Chr Digital
2015 "Death Was Arrested"
(featuring Seth Condrey)
12 17 6 Hear
2018 "Every Beat"
(featuring Seth Condrey)
29 Nothing Ordinary
"Emmanuel (Hope Of Heaven)"
(featuring Seth Condrey)
32 non-album single

InsideOut ministry[edit]

The InsideOut ministry is the high school department of North Point Ministries. Thousands of high school students in the metro Atlanta area come to North Point's six locations every Sunday night including North Point Community Church, Browns Bridge Church, Gwinnett Church, Buckhead Church, Decatur Church, and Woodstock Church. It is the largest high school ministry in the United States. Every Sunday, along with church music, students listen to their campuses' pastor, go to small group, and later eat dinner with their friends. InsideOut also has three church retreats every year including, The Walk, MyLife and Vertical Reality. The North Point InsideOut band gets to share new songs with students every retreat.


  1. ^ Staff. "About North Point InsideOut". Retrieved July 17, 2017.
  2. ^ Monger, James Christopher. "North Point InsideOut : Biography". AllMusic. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  3. ^ Cummings, Tony (December 12, 2013). "Review: No One Higher - North Point InsideOut". Cross Rhythms. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  4. ^ Andre, Jonathan (September 14, 2012). "Reviews - North Point Inside:Out - No One Higher". Indie Vision Music. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  5. ^ a b c Billboard. "North Point InsideOut : Awards". AllMusic. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  6. ^ Monger, James Christopher (June 9, 2015). "Hear - North Point InsideOut : Review". AllMusic. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  7. ^ Andre, Joshua (June 5, 2015). "Music Reviews: North Point Inside Out – HEAR". 365 Days of Inspiring Media. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  8. ^ Staff. "2015 Top Community Funded/Indie Releases". Worship Leader. pp. 60–1. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  9. ^ Staff. "2015 Top Songs". Worship Leader. pp. 62–3. Retrieved November 12, 2015.
  10. ^ "North Point InsideOut – Chart history (Hot Christian Songs)". Billboard. Retrieved March 2, 2018.
  11. ^ "North Point InsideOut – Chart history (Christian Airplay)". Billboard. Retrieved March 2, 2018.


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