A Cappella singer Peter Hollens creates an original song for his newborn baby Ashland and it is PERFECT! It is an emotional performance with touching lyrics. He named the song "Ashland's Song" just for him.
From start to finish it is an emotional roller coaster. Meaningful and beautiful in every way imaginable. Even the pictures and locations he uses to shoot are great. When this boy gets older and sees how much his dad has cared for him as a child he will be in tears. Be sure to SHARE this video with all the people you know.
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Bono, the frontman for U2, took to the band's website on New Year's Day with a comprehensive and alphabetical review of 2014 that included insight to his faith as well as a message to non-believers to "be respectful"
In a post entitled "Little Book of a Big Year: Bono's A to Z of 2014," the 54-year-old Irishman shared updates, reflected on the year and shed light on his beliefs while defending Christmas as well as the story of Christ's birth.
"At this time of year some people are reminded of the poetic as well as the historic truth that is the birth of Jesus," he penned under "J is for Jesus." more >>
Kelly Rowland is focused on her mother being a guardian angel instead of merely passing away into death.
Doris Rowland Garrison, 66, mother of Rowland, the 33-year-old singer formerly of Destiny's Child, died last month. The tragic news came just weeks after Rowland gave birth to her first child, Titan Jewell Weatherspoon.
However, the singer decided to reflect on her 2014 by focusing on her blessings instead of pitfalls. more >>
Marvin Sapp recently revealed some of the mistakes he made and struggles he has been through while shifting his focus to a new season in his life.
Sapp, a 47-year-old pastor and gospel singer, took to his Facebook page before his church's annual consecration that involves staying off of social media. Before giving up his Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, Sapp decided to reveal some challenges that he faced in 2014.
While the singer said he is grateful to have made it through struggles, he did not shy away from admitting some of his mistakes and issues that have taken place over the past year. more >>
Singer Tina Campbell and her husband Teddy managed to mend their marital issues in 2014, and now the gospel star and drummer are sharing some of their joint goals for 2015.
The couple has a joint Instagram account where they recently wrote a note about some things they hope to achieve in 2015.
"Note to self: For 2015 love more purely, give the understanding you'd like to get, be more patient with others, consider others, be less insensitive, compliment others more, let stuff go, pray for people even when there's no crisis, practice listening instead of being heard, read the Bible and talk to Jesus more than anyone else," the Instagram note reads. "Be quiet and listen to the Holy Spirit more than anyone else. Be disciplined! Stop making excuses! Be better..on purpose!" more >>
This beautiful version of "What A Day That Will Be" will put a big smile on your face. A bluegrass band, Southern Raised, sings a unique and soothing version of a popular Christian song.
It's a gospel classic that this group does an amazing job of covering. God has given them all an incredible gift of music. This song is very inspiring and one you can listen to when you are feeling down. Listen as they perform at the Mansion at Fontanel in Nashville, Tennessee.
Listen to this country version of "What A Day That Will Be" below: more >>