**Will be in March 25th** Denise Strothers OUTPOURING You must experience what happened live the night of the Outpouring recording. God's Spirit filled the house as everyone bowed and worshipped His holy name. After that night, it was revealed to the world what Dominion Church of Washington (formerly Kingdom Life Christian Center) has known all along about their Praise & Worship Director. God has anointed her to lead His people into His presence. And with undying passion, Denise does it with style and calm. 'I am not satisfied until everyone in the room has entered passed his gates, passed his courts, and has come face to face with their creator God. That's the place where not only do you touch God, but God touches you. It is only through this consistent experience that you deal with who you really are and who you can become through Him.' Denise Strothers, as a new comer, has carefully chosen 13 genre-spanning tracks-two written by Denise and her husband Keith-are infused with an atmosphere of spunk and fire that comes through not only in the music but also in Denise's delivery, and attitude. Songs encompass Pop, R&B, Urban, Contemporary Christian, Gospel and Inspirational and include both dance and romance, captivating rhythms and lush strings, lyrical depth and melodic richness. You will also enjoy a powerful and anointed prayer introduction to the song in which the CD is entitled by her Co-Pastor Miriam Wright. Created with an arrow straight to the heart, songs such as 'Totally Devoted,' 'Psalms 19,' 'Never Been Loved Like This,' and 'Sweet Communion,' are power-packed and perfectly display Denise's vocal insight and interpretive range. The album opens with the energetic 'Time to Dance.' Next, brimming with infectious rhythms, 'Nobody' features Rohan on an energetic Spirit-driven rap. 'I was able to work with Rohan on this particular song and I asked him to just do what he felt. Rohan went in and, boy, when I heard the creativity and the challenge in his lyrics, I loved it.' Denise Strothers celebrates the divine romance on intensely relational songs: 'My Rock,' with layered harmonies, dynamic horn arrangements and tasty background vocals; the emotionally lavish 'Holy'; and 'Pour Out.' She discloses, 'As I began to listen to the music of Pour Out and write the lyrics, I was so pleased. One of my friends listened as we working in the studio and began to cry. As the tears fell down her face and she worshipped, I knew that the presence of God was on this song.' 'Worthy' puts the devil in his place with churban flavor. Denise recalls 'I told my husband, 'You have to produce this with an attitude!' After I heard it, I was like 'wait a minute, now this is scaring me. Maybe it's too much.' And then I listened again; I said 'no, this is exactly the way I need it to sound.' I love 'Worthy and I love the message. I want people to worship God out of relationship and understand who He really is.' Two other songs with messages close to Denise's heart are 'Never Been Loved Like This,' and 'Yes, He Will.' The former she says was 'definitely written identifying with the woman who worshipped God, even though she had a horrible past and was ridiculed but saw passed all of that and worshipped God and received forgiveness of her sins. That's my message. No matter who you are or what you have done, you can worship God and receive forgiveness and your life will never be the same again.' Denise crystallizes her purpose in music and in life with her compelling new release OUTPOURING, a bright and beautiful reflection of the artist, created with a very clear end in mind: to reach the world with both 'passion and encouragement.' No one can accuse Denise of thinking too small. But with her husband, her church and Pastors support along with God's help, why should she?