These beautiful children of God and the wonderful people helping them come together to create something beautiful. The exited smiles you see throughout this video are contagious. This video has brought a sense of power to these children who are faced with illness, but AREN'T giving up!more >>
The Story Tour presented by World Vision is returning for its third year after sell-out performances to nearly 120,000 people during the 2011 and 2012 holiday seasons proved to be successful.
The tour will travel through 14 cities as a unique experience to learn about the Bible is presented. Performers this year include: Casting Crowns, Steven Curtis Chapman, Natalie Grant, Matthew West, Nichole Nordeman, Selah and Rawsrvnt, along with author and speaker Randy Frazee and musical director Bernie Herms. A full orchestra and children's choir will back the artists as each song tells a first-person account of a specific biblical character.
"When a family comes to The Story concert and they see, person by person, how God has moved through history, they begin to see how the Bible fits together," said Mark Hall, lead singer of Casting Crowns in a press release, who is returning after participating last year. "God is working all things together for good. That is the message: that Jesus is the way to God and that He is writing our story." more >>
Legendary Christian heavy metal rock band Stryper release their 8th studio album today, No More Hell To Pay, on Frontiers Records.
The original lineup consisting of Michael Sweet (vocals/guitars), Oz Fox (guitars), Tim Gaines (bass) and Robert Sweet (drums) are still intact, and with the great sound that garnered their fan base in the mainstream and the Christian market.
Early reports cite that these are some of their heaviest songs and catchiest riffs of their career, and the album was produced by Michael Sweet. more >>
Kevin Terry, the gospel singer who founded the Kevin Terry & Predestined group, is reportedly mortified after a video went viral of him allegedly performing an explicit homosexual act.
Terry's friend and fellow Christian singer Lil Mo recently spoke up about the up-and-coming gospel artist, acknowledging his feelings on the matter.
"I haven't spoken to him directly. I did get word he is mortified," Lil Mo told the Jasmine Brand blog recently. "...This is a low blow not only to his privacy, but some of the 'deep and spooky" church folks are not praying for him. The comments I've seen people post, are just, hurtful. more >>
Iyanla Vanzant, the spiritual counselor from the OWN channel show "Iyanla: Fix My Life" is questioning why Chris Brown is in a rehabilitation center.
Brown, the 24-year-old singer-songwriter, entered a rehabilitation center one day after being released from a Washington D.C. jail where he spent 36 hours. The singer was arrested after he was accused of breaking the nose of Parker Isaac Adams, 20, who allegedly attempted to sneak into a photograph that Brown was taking with two women, according to E! News reports.
While E! reported that Brown's representatives said the singer hoped to gain "insight" into his anger issues, Vanzant recently questioned if it was a wise decision. more >>
Tia Mowry-Hardrict, the Christian actress, is explaining why she is a fan of controversial entertainers like singers Lady Gaga and Rihanna.
Mowry-Hardrict, the star of Nick At Nite's "Instant Mom," recently spoke up about her affinity for the two singers with images that many have deemed as shocking or overly sexual. Mowry-Hardrict said her love for Lady Gaga stemmed from the singer's creativity.
"I'm a huge fan of Lady Gaga. I absolutely love her! I love her creativity and the way she reinvents herself every single year," she told DStv recently. "Every time her album comes out she has this cool creative process that goes into the album. I'm really loving her." more >>