Nichole Nordeman ~ The Unmaking ~ Review

We love music in this house! It seems there is always someone singing around here.

So of course I was more than happy to review The Unmaking, by Nichole Nordeman. 🙂



The Unmaking

The title song The Unmaking was such a powerful reminder of what it truly means to be born again, living for Him.


“What happens now…..When all I’ve made is torn down….When all of You, is all that’s left…..The beauty in the breaking…Had to lose myself, To find out who you are.

Before each beginning, there must be an ending; Sitting in the rubble I can see the stars….This is the unmaking”


 “Only when we’re broken are we whole.”


About The Unmaking:

“Before things in our lives can be resurrected and given new life, certain things must die.  Before beauty blooms in spring, roots must do the hard work under the hard frozen soil of winter.  Before you renovate and re-build, you tear down the parts of the structure that are weak or damaged or dangerous.  Before we make, we must unmake.”  Nichole Norman

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About Nichole Nordeman:

Nichole Nordeman is a recording artist and songwriter for Sparrow/EMI CMG, with numerous number-one and top ten singles to her credit and cumulative CD sales of over one million.  A two-time Gospel Music Association winner for Female Vocalist of the Year, she has won a total of nine Dove Awards, including the best-selling album, Music Inspired by The Story.  Her best-known songs include “Holy”, “Legacy”, “Brave”, “This Mystery“, “Why”, and “What If”.  She lives with her family in Tulsa, OK.

Her lyrics speak to such humility; her talent shines through in this “unplugged” version of The Unmaking!


 And as a momma  of four (with one being an itty bitty girl) I just loved Slow Down. What a fabulous reminder for us to just slow down!


Although I was previously unfamiliar with Nichole Nordeman, I consider myself SO very blessed for having received this for review. Such depth and beauty within every one of her songs. I don’t think I could say there was just one that moved me but every one of them reminded me, in some way, of where we come from. How we must decrease so that He may increase.



Its the beauty of brokenness in song!  ❤


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