The song that's a frank musical discussion about the contrast between the struggles and pain we have now (in this life) in contrast to the joy and eternal hope we can have because of God’s plan for our lives.
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.
Christian band Unspoken (who gave us the songs "Reason" and "Start a Fire") is requesting prayer for its drummer, Ariel Munoz. The band's bass player, Jonathan Lowry, has posted this update regarding Ariel's battle with COVID over the weekend.
As a mother of 5 children, Francesca Battistelli has been on hiatus from the spotlight. But that's about to end as the Grammy-Award winning artist will have a lead role in the upcoming motion picture, God’s Not Dead: We the People.
We have details PLUS the movie trailer right here....!
CCM Magazine had a chance to check in with family trio CAIN about the success of their current radio single, 'Rise Up (Lazarus)', talk about their new upcoming album release, the process of their songwriting, and more!
Singer-songwriter and author Ellie Holcomb (who gave us the song, "The Broken Beautiful") announces the release of her first devotional book: Fighting Words - 100 Days of Speaking Truth into the Darkness.
Lauren gives us a VIP pass to the filming of her music video for her song, "Hold On To Me". Far from the typical lightshow we can expect from music videos; Lauren instead gives us details of what went into the message behind this video, and who she wanted to reach. You won't want to miss it...
"Across our world right now, more than ever, we need hope that a brighter day is coming, and the faith to believe that even though there’s a lot around us that seems despairing, Jesus specializes in resurrection." -- Elevation Worship
Here is the live video of Elevation Worship, singing "Graves into Gardens"...
Of her song "Rescue", Lauren Daigle says, “’Rescue’ is the most emotional song on the record [Look Up Child]. It brings me to one of the deepest places in myself & means more than I can express. I’ve been waiting so long for you to hear it.” Here’s Lauren’s official music video for “Rescue”…..