Credit fatherhood for The Invisible's more tempered, hopeful take on worship (Bashta does). While he's still eager to light a spiritual fire under this generation, the approach is more nurturing. Producers Jonny MacIntosh and J.T. Daly (Paper Route) help Bashta make great use of instrumentation, with strings going from inviting on "Deliver Us" to haunting on "Great Is the Lord." The songs are inextricably linked by a plaintive quality, and Bashta's vocal approach is rawer than much of today's polished, prettified worship. This makes for a fresh-feeling album you'll want in heavy rotation.