Hard to believe, but Lauren Daigle's “You Say" is now two years old! In that time, this song has changed millions of lives, has gone triple platinum, won countless other awards and spent over 100 weeks at No.1 on the Billboard charts. The song is both emotional and uplifting - so is its accompanying video.
GRAMMY® Award-winning worship leader/songwriter Brandon Lake releases his latest full-length album, HELP!, on May 13th. This latest collection of songs depicts Lake’s own personal heart cry in the battle against depression, anxiety, loneliness, and other mental health struggles.
Hillsong's Brooke Ligertwood said this song gave them that chance, "As song writers, when you have an opportunity...let's teach something, let's impart some theology, let's remember what we believe and why we believe it."
Leading a live congregation, here's Hillsong Worship and "King of Kings"....
The GRAMMY-Award winning worship leader that gave us songs like, "Graves into Gardens," and "Too Good To Not Believe," will head out on his own headlining tour this fall. See if he's coming to your town!
As a means to express outreach to a friend who was having a difficult time, Lauren Daigle crafted a song idea that she was initially insecure about. But that song has become an anthem that has impacted people around the world!
Lauren sat down to reflect on how the song “Rescue” came about, and why it means so much to those who hear it.
Moms have been the most giving, selfless people we encounter as we grow up. To Joel and Luke Smallbone, known as for King & Country, their admiration and thanks for their mother was so great they needed to create a tribute video for her.
You have to watch this video - but grab the kleenex! This is such a dear video portrayal of a loving musical family.
The trying times in which we live require an equally penetrating message of hope, written in song, to break through the darkness. for King & Country is up to the task as they remind us that, no matter what, God is With Us!
Watch their amazing music video of the song, here!