Imagine heading home from a long stressful day at work and suddenly your whole subway car is taken over … from the cast of a Broadway play! This will surely wake you right up and put a big smile on your face. On this day, these passengers definitely got more than they paid for.
About 30 cast members from "The Lion King" participated in this awesome rendition, sending the subway riders for an incredible ride of a lifetime. So who says you can't have the same thing happen to you while on your way home from work?
Enjoy this awesome video of the cast singing "The Circle of Life" below: more >>
Highlighting that a Baptist church recently canceled one their events due to a swirling controversy over their views on the Bible, Christian couple Michael and Lisa Gungor of the Grammy nominated, Dove award-winning band Gungor affirmed their faith in God Wednesday and insisted that "NO REASONABLE PERSON takes the entire Bible completely literally."
In their most recent explanation of their theological position, Gungor tweeted late Wednesday night: "For those who heard rumblings of apostasy or scandal, we'd like to clear the air. Fundamentalists, 'I'm with you.'"
Included with the tweet was a link to a blog post, titled "I'm With You," from Michael Gungor addressing the ballooning controversy and apologizing to fans who may have been under the impression that they were fundamentalist Christians. more >>
If you grew up listening to beautiful secular music and not having a problem relating them to Christianity, then these songs are perfect for you! At the church, you may have sung many hymns that you heard over and over again. Some like to expand their horizons and listen to songs that can have a positive godly affect on.
Below are four secular songs that sound like they could be Christian.
1. Don't Stop Believing – Journey more >>
This young boy in the video is 6 years old and he is currently battling cancer. Whenever he is feeling down, he loves to listen to his favorite artist, Taylor Swift. What happens on this day brightens Jordan's whole day up!
He gets the surprise visit of a lifetime from Taylor Swift. By his facial expressions, you can tell he feels like the luckiest kid in the world. Not only does she visit and speak to him, she sings him his favorite song! A very touching moment for both these shining stars.more >>
Lecrae made history with his brand-new single "All I Need Is You" this week, becoming the first Christian hip-hop artist of all time to ever reach the number-one spot on iTunes.
The rapper spoke with The Christian Post about the achievement this week and stated that he does not view it as something to brag about.
"I don't look at it that way," the rapper said to CP on Wednesday. "I think it's phenomenal to make music that challenges people to think on morality, spirituality and the betterment of society. Many people do that. Some sing country or jazz - I rap. At the end of the day I'm not here to hold up the banner of a genre. I am here to hold up the banner of Truth. It's way bigger than genres and charts. I'm fighting to be a voice in culture. A voice in a dark world." more >>
The Christian music world has been abuzz in recent days about the unorthodox theology of celebrated Dove-award winning musical artists Michael and Lisa Gungor, known for popular worship songs like "Dry Bones" and "Beautiful Things."
Citing an interview in the Oakland Press, World Magazine noted that Michael Gungor, 33, revealed that he lost his "metaphysic" in 2012. The pastor's son from Wisconsin, according to World Magazine, also reflects his departure from traditional Christianity on his band's 2013 album, I Am Mountain.
The Gungors, however, have never really concealed their evolving theological position. In a blog post titled "What Do We Believe" in February, the couple asserted that they simply no longer literally believed in stories from the Bible on such topics as creation and the flood. more >>