The sisters were not informed that the seminar was a record industry event for unsigned artists, nor that it was a competition. Record companies became interested in the sisters after word of mouth spread about the seminar.

The group's name became famous before the group released their first CD.

Also included on the enhanced CD was their "Never Alone" music video. Similarly to Another Journal Entry, this album was released in a special edition variant known as How Can We Be Silent Premium Edition.

Barlow Girl again recorded with producer Otto Price for their third studio album How Can We Be Silent. It was released concurrently with the regular edition, adding a new cover sleeve and bundling a 45-minute DVD.

1 radio single, "You're Worthy of My Praise", from their 2005 album What I Was Made For. 1 position on the R&R Christian Hit Radio chart for 9 weeks, and the CRW Christian Hit Radio chart for a record 13 weeks.

Their next single from the album, "I Need You to Love Me", quickly climbed to No. The band filmed a music video for their hit song "Never Alone" for release on mainstream radio and music video television channels, but it did not chart in the mainstream.

The members of Barlow Girl were the youth ambassadors for the National Day of Prayer in 2007.

They recorded the song "We Pray" (written by Clint Lagerberg and Otto Price) for the event, along with other artists such as Rebecca St. The song is available on the Family Christian exclusive version of their self-titled album.By 2008, Barlow Girl sold over one million compact discs. Inhabited released the album The Revolution in 2005 with then-fellow record label Fervent Records, but left the label in 2007 and signed with 7Spin Music for its album Love in 2008.The band announced that it was back in the studio recording a Christmas album in March and April 2008. The remix, which was a free download, included lyrics such as "We're gonna beat that system in a round about way / Won't make sucky music so my records will play" and "Something more like Barlow Girl, do something right / Ain’t got nothing against ‘em but it just ain’t me", causing controversy in the Christian music community.Barlow Girl began writing songs and performing them at his performances.The trio stopped touring with their father when Rebecca and Alyssa began college, but they did perform at his nearby concerts. The Barlow sisters were given a paid trip to the Gospel Music Association's Music in the Rockies seminar at Estes Park, Colorado, in mid-2002.3 position on the Christian contemporary hit radio charts.