Grammy-nominated Christian artist Crowder is giving all glory to God following the widespread success of his first solo single, "Come As You Are."
The track is Crowder's first career number-one since the David Crowder Band* disbanded in 2012, and the folktronica artist revealed the significance of such a feat before crediting God on Tuesday.
"'Come As You Are' is my favorite song that I have ever been a part of writing, and I am so grateful I was able to be a part of this thing coming to life," Crowder said during a performance in Nashville in Tuesday, according to a press release. more >>
Dove award-nominated singer Jonathan McReynolds recently opened up about the pressure of fame and how it differs for gospel artists compared with that of secular artists.
Hot off of his impressive performance at the 30th annual Stellar Awards earlier this month, the 25-year-old Chicago native is reeling in the success of his brand new track "Pressure," which recently landed at #2 on the iTunes Christian/Gospel Charts.
In addition to his music success and touring around the country, McReynolds continues to make his mark on the gospel music industry and recently launched his very own APP. He's gearing up to release his sophomore album in Sept. and he graduates with a Master's in Applied Biblical Studies from the Moody Bible Institute on May 16th. more >>
Getting up on stage can be very nerve-wracking, especially if you are young. You have to sing in front of judges, some may even be a favorite artist of yours. That's exactly what happened when this girl got on stage, followed by an incredible performance.
Gerphil G. Flores has a beautiful gift from God that she has probably never showed the world yet. When she steps on stage she is very shy. But, as she starts speaking to the judges, she starts to feel a lot more comfortable. A main reason she was super nervous was that her favorite artist was sitting down and judging her performance. After the nervousness left her, and she started to sing beautifully. It was angelic sounding and fit perfectly with a performance on Broadway.
The judges sent her straight to the semi-finals after hearing what she could do. This is a must-hear audition! Check it out below: more >>
Kim Kardashian West and her rap mogul husband Kanye West, were asked to be ambassadors of Jerusalem while visiting the city to get their daughter North West baptized Monday.
The 22-month-old toddler traveled to Armenia with her parents for five days before reaching Jerusalem, where she was baptized in the Cathedral of Saint James in the Armenian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem, according to The Jerusalem Post.
The celebrity couple also reportedly met with the mayor of Jerusalem, Mayor Nir Barkat. Aside from toasting to Jerusalem, Barkat spoke to The Jerusalem Post about asking the Wests "to be ambassadors of Jerusalem and to spread the message around the world that Jerusalem is open and everyone is wanted here." more >>
Lecrae opened up about faith and fame along with his growing platform during an appearance on "100 Huntley Street" this week.
Furthermore, the talk show featured the collaboration between Lecrae and for King & Country on the song "Messengers." The rapper, who is an outspoken Christian, included "Messengers" on his latest album, "Anomaly." Lecrae spoke exclusively to "100 Huntley Street" about his ever-growing fame, his faith in God, and his broad platform from the Festival of Hope.
"I think of it all as tools," Lecrae says of his platform before asking, "How do I use these tools and how do I leverage this and what does it look like and what will I build with it?" more >>
The Christian pop rock band, Newsboys, are grateful that they can still sell out shows after forming close to three decades ago, but the foursome decided to up the ante by working to end world hunger on their current tour.
Duncan Phillips, Jody Davis, Jeff Frankenstein and Michael Tait are currently selling out shows as Newsboys on their "We Believe...God's Not Dead" 2015 Spring Tour. However, the band is doing more than providing an entertaining worship experience for people, but they have partnered with Food For The Hungry (FH) to help put an end to poverty and the spread of HIV/AIDS in Uganda.
The Newsboys' spring tour began last Feb. and will allow the band to stop in over 40 cities. At each show, information about FH and its child sponsorship program will be given to those in attendance. more >>