Matt Hires does a collaboration music video for his song "Hold You Up" with Rock the Cause and Ronald McDonald House. This is a thank you song to the charity that saved his daughter's life and also a song for all the kids who are still sick and fighting diseases every day.
This song is very inspirational and something kids would enjoy listening too. An uplifting beat and the words can make you feel better instantly. Even if you are not sick or fighting for your life, you can appreciate this heartfelt song written by Matt Hires. We all need something to hold us up when we are feeling down.
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It's is hard to imagine what it feels like for someone to lose someone close to them, unless of course you knew the person. Either way, it is an extremely sad situation and anyone who losses a family member or friend it is a sad situation.
In this case a loving father lost his daughter in a tragic bicycle accident in her Netherlands hometown. 13-year-old Anna van Keulen performed "Did I Make The Most Of Loving You" on the piano while her dad films, just before passing away. This song evokes true sadness and sounds somewhat haunting at the same time. Anna always wanted to be famous so her dad decided to do something incredible for her even after her passing.
He posts a video on the internet, hoping to give Anna the fame she always deserved. Even though it had to come after her death. It's a tragic story and a shame to lose a life so young, God bless the Keulen family! more >>
A homeless man named Ryan has been living on the streets for about 30 years now. He has been homeless almost his whole life. But, that doesn't mean God has not blessed him with an amazing gift.
Without ever taking a lesson, Ryan does something absolutely incredible for his one man audience holding the camera. You will be blown away when you see how talented this man is in music. He knows how to play the piano really well, and his music will serenade you. God has given him an incredible talent that he can use and people can listen and enjoy his music.
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Dr. Juanita Bynum and Kurt Carr have more in common than releasing Gospel music to the masses as both singers are speaking out after being the victims of cyber hoaxes that falsely solicited money in their names.
Bynum, the 55-year-old preacher and Gospel singer, took to her Facebook and Twitter accounts recently to speak out about being the victim of various cyber hoaxes throughout the past year. The minister said she was hurt to learn that some people were tricked into sending money to fake orphanages, because they believed they were supporting her.
"Local media family, over the last 12 months my legal team and I have removed over 52 false profiles from Facebook, Twitter and IG that have been used to scam people and ask them for money in my name," Bynum wrote on her social media accounts. "I hurt with you in this and I am saddened that some of you have sent money to fake orphanages in Africa or other parts of the world through social media channels." more >>
Country music icon Dolly Parton recently gave an interview in which she explained that she "loved and accepted" her lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender fans and urged fellow Christians not to judge anyone.
Parton was asked how she felt about the iconic Dollywood being a place that attracts all types of fans from church groups, to gays and lesbians. She reacted with a message for Christians.
"It's a place for entertainment, a place for all families, period," Parton told Billboard Magazine of Dollywood. "It's for all that. But as far as the Christians, if people want to pass judgment, they're already sinning. The sin of judging is just as bad as any other sin they might say somebody else is committing. I try to love everybody." more >>
LOS ANGELES – Having personally attended more than 200 concerts and seen about 150 performers and performing groups, the Hillsong United event was the best I've ever witnessed. From the spectacular sound, lighting and staging, to the crowd participation – the experience was powerfully moving, and a time of corporate worship beyond words. Let's just say it was the largest and loudest "choir" I've ever heard.
More than 17,000 Hillsong fans sang, danced, and worshiped as one during a dynamic concert Thursday in which they were not only treated to one of the best Christian music-producing groups on the planet, but had the opportunity to be a part of a potentially historic film planned for release early next year.
As 12 cameras captured the worship concert, Pastor Brian Houston of the Sydney-based Hillsong Church, stood for much of the time with arms in the air, smiling ear-to-ear just above the floor-level seating from his front row seat. more >>