This Is What We Believe

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This Is What We Believe
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Studio album by Aaron Shust
Released August 23, 2011
Genre Contemporary Christian music[1]
Length 41:25[2]
Label Centricity Music
Producer Ed Cash, John Mays
Aaron Shust chronology
Christmas EP
(2009)Christmas EP2009
This Is What We Believe
(2011)
Morning Rises
(2013)Morning Rises2013
Singles from This Is What We Believe
  1. "My Hope Is in You"
    Released: 2011
  2. "We Are Free"
    Released: 2011
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Louder Than The Music 4.5/5 stars[3]
Christian Music Zine 2.5/5 stars[4]
Christianity Today 2/5 stars[5]
Jesus Freak Hideout 3.5/5 stars[6]
Christian Music Review (9.3/10)[7]
New Release Today 4/5 stars[8]

This Is What We Believe is the fourth studio album from Christian musician Aaron Shust. It was released on August 23, 2011 by Centricity Music label.

Track listing[edit]

This Is What We Believe[9]
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "This Is What We Believe" Aaron Shust, Jonathan Lee 4:45
2. "My Hope Is in You" April Geesbreght, Ed Cash 4:14
3. "Your Majesty" Shust, Cash 4:48
4. "Risen Today" Shust, Charles Wesley 4:02
5. "Sing of My Redeemer" Shust, Cash, Philip P. Bliss, Margaret J. Harris 4:16
6. "Never Been a Greater Love" Shust, Stuart Garrard 4:46
7. "Greater Is He" Shust, Carl Cartee 3:28
8. "Wondrous Love" (featuring Kari Jobe) Shust, Ryan Van Kirk 4:01
9. "We Are Free" Shust, Juan Otero-Cordero, Seth Mosley 3:55
10. "God So Loved the World" Shust 3:10
Total length: 41:25

Videos[edit]

Shust made a video out of the single "My Hope Is in You".[10]

Charts[edit]

The album never charted on any Billboard charts. The only song to chart was "My Hope Is in You", which peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs chart, and it stayed been on that chart for 52 weeks.[11]

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