As soon as this group starts to sing it will light up your heart. You will fall in love with Pentatonix after you hear their beautiful song "Mary Did You Know."
It's a perfect song for the holidays that will make you scream for joy from start to finish. You will be playing this song over and over again to hear these wonderful voices. Be sure to SHARE this with all and you will definitely brighten their day.
Watch the music video for "Mary Did You Know" below: more >>
Christopher Duffley has been seen on other worship videos praising the Lord during a sermon. In this special performance he is given the opportunity to sing side by side with his sister, Grace.
They sing a cover of "Hold Me" together that will light up your day. Hearing these two beautiful voices sing together will bring an instant SMILE to your face. Although this young man is blind and has autism, God has still blessed him with beautiful talents he shows to the world on video. If you have not heard of Christopher Duffley yet, this is a great introduction.
Be sure to SHARE this awesome video of worship with all your friends. They will be shouting AMEN from start to finish! more >>
Justin Bieber is said to be on a mission for self improvement and a new report claims the pop star has enlisted the help of his pastor.
The 20-year-old "Baby" singer will reportedly spend two weeks with Carl Lentz, lead pastor at Hillsong New York City, in a bid to become a better Christian, according to TMZ.com.
In recent months, Lentz, who baptized Bieber in June, has become a trusted source for the singer. The pair has spent a lot of time together through church, particularly at bible study and they have formed a friendship. more >>
Crowder debuted a brand new music video for his latest single "Come As You Are" on Tuesday, revealing a stunning performance set to time-lapsed video footage.
In a partnership with Vevo, the music video features Crowder as well as back-up singers and musicians performing "Come As You Are" cut with sweeping scenes of city landscapes and starry night skies. The worship song, which urges listeners to turn toward God, is off of Crowder's debut solo album "Neon Steeple." The singer/songwriter, formerly of The David Crowder Band, has described "Come As You Are" as a beacon for those searching for God.
"What I love about 'Come As You Are' is that it makes room for all of us," the singer revealed to The Christian Post. "It feels like it throws the doors wide open. When you talk about invitations, an invite into something bigger and grander than what you know and experience, 'Come As You Are' feels like one that throws the door really wide. I think it's an anchor and hinge for the whole new record 'Neon Steeple.'" more >>
Tina Campbell overcame her husband's nine infidelities last year and watched God heal her brokenness one year later.
The Mary Mary gospel singer recently spoke to The Christian Post about a special night she created where she will preview her upcoming book, solo music and testimony at her church for "An Evening With Tina Campbell" Saturday.
"I figured I would create the model or create the event, create what God gave me to give to the world and we'll just see what He does with it. I mean I really wanted to share with people what He's done," Tina told The Christian Post. "When people go through devastating scenarios in their lives they go through a great transformation. Sometimes I'm singing that, sometimes I'm saying that, sometimes I'm praying and confessing that. That's what I'll do on Nov. 22." more >>
The Holy Hip Hop for Hunger Concert & Awards Show, held at South Houston's Legacy Church, collected between 2,000 and 3,000 cans for the Houston Food Bank, while giving out awards to local male and female rap artists, spoken word poets, producers and DJs who praise the name of Jesus.
The cans came from the nearly 600 hip hop fans who were encouraged to bring five canned goods in exchange for free entrance to the event.
"I love to see more opportunities for the genre and the people making this kind of music to be honored because I think it's a great justice that they're doing for the kids, [for] the time and money I see them spending on recording and doing music and doing free events. Just trying to bring more awareness to what we're doing," said Hunger Awards organizer Vaughaligan Walwyn. more >>