Dan Haseltine, front-man for the popular Christian band Jars of Clay, took to Twitter announce his apparent support for same-sex marriage. And for the life of him, he cant figure out a single good reason to oppose it.
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You Make Me Brave, releasing on CD and DVD, was recorded live at Bethel Churchs popular womens conference. Showcasing original songs and revamped classics, the album features worship leaders Kari Jobe, Jenn Johnson and others.
Grammy-nominated group MercyMe releases its eighth studio album Welcome to the New this month. Despite their longevity, the seasoned musical veteranswith 6 million albums soldsay this new release marks a new season for the band.
If Were Honest hits stores three years after Francesca Battistelli released her sophomore album, Hundred More Years.
Singer-songwriter John Mark McMillan is set to unveil his latest studio album, completely funded by a Kickstarter campaign, titled Borderland. This is the first album released through McMillans recently launched record label, Lionhawk Records. It was backed by more than 1,500 supporters who raised more than $69,000exceeding the projects $40,000 goal.
The title of Jason Grays newest Centricity Music release, Love Will Have the Final Word, speaks of decisiveness and closure. Its a statement of confidence and determination. And its truewe live in the assurance that through all our ups and downs, the ultimate victory has already been decided for us. Love wins every time.
Grammy-nominated singer Kari Jobe releases Majestic, which includes a new album and live DVD recorded in her hometown of Dallas. This is Jobes first live concert DVD and features the new single Forever.
Sumerlin, ever intentional to maintain cultural relevance alongside spiritual significance, infuses a heart for ministry in this bold new release charged with emotional presence.
With all the latest top gospel hits gathered in one collection, this double album and DVD combo includes popular songs from Hezekiah Walker, Tye Tribbett and Marvin Sapp.
Grammy nominee and Dove Award-winner Jamie Grace follows last summers hit single Hold Me with her new album Ready to Fly.
A Charlie Brown Christmas. No question. I am a fool for nostalgia, and that recording—and TV show—take me straight back to my childhood. It’s jazzy and free, and I like it more the older I get. —Felicia Abraham
I remember buying Andy Williams first Christmas album [The Andy Williams Christmas Album] at a flea market. I love all the memories associated with it: the cover, the wonder it inspired in me, how it made me feel the magic of Christmas and how listening to it was like traveling back in time to the night Jesus was born.
It might not be kosher to list a siblings album as one of your all-time favorites, but honest to God, our sister Rebecca St. James record Christmas is at the top of the list. Classy work, if we do say so ourselves
Three-time Dove Award-winner Paul Baloche releases his first Christmas album with the intent to provide a collection of holiday songs that resource the church.
International House of Prayer worship leader Julie Meyer releases her first holiday album, Christmas, which includes nine Christmas favorites and three modern holiday songs written by Meyer.
Phillips, Craig and Deans second Christmas release, Hope for All the World, combines both original songs and classics for a timeless Christmas recording.
Theres nothing like a good Christmas collaboration. Centricity Music artists Jason Gray, Andrew Peterson, Jonny Diaz, Unspoken and Downhere and new artists Lauren Daigle and Carrollton have created Christmas: Joy to the World.
I think Mariah Carey has one of the most impressive voices of all time. Even though her album Merry Christmas came out in 1994 (20 years ago!), it’s still my favorite. “All I Want for Christmas Is You” is one of the most joyful, upbeat Christmas tunes I know of. Range-wise, her version of “O Holy Night” is untouchable. I love that she includes some songs about Jesus, even though she’s a pop artist with a secular audience. “Jesus Born on This Day” is so heavenly. You can have your lights, decorations, cookies ... but for me, as far as creating a Christmas atmosphere, it’s all about this album! —Felicia Abraham
My favorite Christmas album is Nat King Cole’s The Christmas Song. For me, it highlights the perfect Christmas spirit, and it also has the most anointed version of “O Holy Night” that I’ve ever heard. Nat’s voice and the arrangements always make me feel like it’s Christmas, even in Las Vegas in the middle of July. —Felicia Abraham
My favorite Christmas album is Home for the Holidays by various artists on Sparrow. It was originally released in the late ’80s and re-released [as Christmas] in the ’90s. I love nontraditional Christmas music. Fa la la la ... —Felicia Abraham