During a Lee Brice concert, someone in the crowd who caught his attention. While performing the song "I Don't Dance" for the audience, he grabs a little girl who had a mask over her head. What he does next will bring you to tears.
When Brothers Osborne opened, they pulled her up and introduced her to the crowd. Kyra is a 7-year-old that has had 31 chemotherapy treatments for her cancer. She has overcome these life threats and is now on stage dancing for all to see. When you see them dance it will touch your heart in more ways than one.
Kyra is a true hero for all to see! God bless her and her family! more >>
Donnie McClurkin has a new venture on the horizon where he will introduce new music ministers to the world.
McClurkin, 55, is preparing to showcase musical talent through an online television show called "Donnie NEXT." According to a statement obtained by The Christian Post, McClurkin will tape the show in New York City next month.
"On Sunday, March 15, at 7pm, McClurkin ventures into new territory when he launches his online television show that is designed to showcase the next generation of powerful music ministers," the statement obtained by CP reads. more >>
Ricky Dillard may be known for being a renowned choral master, but now the veteran recording artist is taking a stand in the debate about women's place in church.
Dillard, 50, took to his social media page recently to invite people to participate in the conversation about women placed in leadership positions within the church. The choir director took to Facebook to question if people should revisit the notion that women cannot act as pastors in some churches that uphold traditional values.
"Why are women able to run the house, in the absence of a male, care for & raise the children, work & pay bills, but not allowed to pastor, preach & often times SERVE in many churches? Do we need to revisit this," Dillard wrote on his Facebook page. "Is it still appropriate? I'm just asking. What say ye? #RealTalkWithRicky." more >>
Lowell Oakley may look young, but his old soul will make you smile. When he steps on stage no one knows what to expect, then he does something memorable. This is a must see!
This young man and his crooner cover of "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" is one you cannot miss out on. The judges are in awe when they turn around on the chair. Not only is this a memorable performance for all those watching, it is also one that Lowell will never forget! Two judges turned around for him, Pharrell and Adam Levine. Can you guess which one he picked?
Check out this awesome audition below: more >>
Donnie McClurkin has taken the number one spot on morning radio in Philadelphia and New York.
The 54-year-old pastor of Perfecting Faith Church in Freeport, N.Y., blesses people with his singing voice away from the pulpit. While he has been a leading voice in gospel music with a career that spans almost 20 years, McClurkin also has a radio show that has the number one spot in New York and Philadelphia markets from 5 a.m. to 6 a.m.
The findings came from Jan. Nielsen radio ratings and Skip Dillard, New York operations manager for WBLS, spoke about how much of a blessing McClurkin has been to his station. more >>
Acclaimed Christian singer Plumb is set to drop her seventh studio album Exhale in May and The Christian Post obtained an exclusive photo of the cover art.
The Need You Now singer appears on the cover draped in green feathers with poetic text framing her face. Plumb wrote the copy out in her own handwriting for the cover art.
"We do not exist for us but to share the grace and love given to us all./We breathe it in, it changes us, and then we breathe it out, we share it./I have now breathed in deeply and it has changed me completely./It has healed my heart, restored my home and made me new./Because of that grace, there is always hope. It's oxygen./Breathe it in…and then EXHALE," the text reads. more >>