We all know and love the amazing singer Mandisa. But how does the single woman Mandisa feel about dating, flirting, pursuing men, and marriage? See this personal side to Mandisa, along with a panel of friends and Christian Music artists as they discuss these and other topics.
In a time when the coronavirus is causing people everywhere to create "social distancing" arrangements of music, Lauren Daigle used the occasion of Easter Day to surprise fans with a special version of her single, "Still Rolling Stones". It sounds great!
Big Daddy Weave comes out with this anthem of adoration and praise, painting a picture of the coming of the King! Here's the official lyric video of "Lion And The Lamb", sung by Big Daddy Weave, so you can sing along!
This song epitomizes the slogan, “It’s not about you.” Casting Crowns sings, if others forget who we are, or the spotlight just won’t shine on us, then that’s just fine. We’re nobodies who need to tell everybody about Jesus!
Cancer, miscarriage, loss of limbs, death in the family -- In a short span of time, Big Daddy Weave has been hit with some of the hardest tragedies life can offer. From this season came a song that perfectly frames the band's continuing faith through life's fires.
Lead singer Mike Weaver talks about how their song, "I Know" came about.
Recently, the GRAMMY nominated worship team released its 11th career project, Graves Into Gardens.CCM Magazine sat down with members of Elevation Worship to get to know a little more about the group and their success.
Talk about the right song at the right time! On the heels of their debut on ABC’s Good Morning America, for KING & COUNTRY has released the official music video for “TOGETHER" (feat. Kirk Franklin and Tori Kelly).”
Mandisa was heartbroken to see the demonstrations of racial tension and hate taking place across the nation. Feeling pressed to say something artistically about this issue, she tells us how her sadness became the motivation for the song, "Bleed the Same".
Unspoken'srelease of this single, along with the announcement of their third album, both titled “Reason”, marks the band’s first full-length record in three years. In that time, Unspoken has not lost a single spec of the spark they've always had.