Award-winning singer Natalie Grant reveals in her new book, Finding Your Voice, that accepting who God made her to be and walking in that freedom instead of trying to be relevant is something she's now addicted to.
While she never thought about writing a book until evangelical publishing company Zondervan approached her with the idea, which she initially declined, after a few days God began to give her a vision of what He wanted her to write about, which led to Finding Your Voice. Grant said she wrote the book to help others "find their God-given voice" in a world that's filled with noise and compromise.
The Seattle, Washington, native said many people have mistaken the book for being about singing or the music industry, but it's actually about finding one's own voice and purpose. more >>
This November, kids and adults alike will not only be buying typical Jack Ripper crossbones and pumpkin items. Legos will also be another option as the famous English '60s rock band, The Beatles, goes Lego. Die-hard fans from across the world will want to get their hands on this latest ensemble by the Lego Company. The idea was originally pitched by a fan who turned out to be a neophyte musician and songwriter.
To Commemorate the Legendary Rock Band of the World
"As an amateur musician and songwriter, I have always been drawn to the music of The Beatles. The creation of the Yellow Submarine model was really my way of showing my affection for The Beatles, as well as trying to pay a small tribute to The Beatles phenomenon," Szeto said. more >>
Amid racially-charged tensions in America, artists who performed at the 47th annual GMA Dove Awards are offering a Kingdom response to help heal the nation by representing love and unity.
At least that's what gospel music singer-songwriter and budding pastor, Tye Tribbett, told The Christian Post.
Tribbett co-hosted this year's Dove Awards alongside Australian Christian pop duo for KING & COUNTRY that will be broadcast on national TV on Sunday. more >>
Newly engaged worship leader Israel Houghton says he doesn't deserve to be loved by God or his fiancee Adrienne Bailon but says he embraces their love anyways.
In a recent Instagram post, Houghton posted a photo of himself and Bailon at their Parisian-themed co-ed wedding shower hosted by West Hollywood eatery Fig & Olive.
"God Favors Me! been listening to this song on repeat for the last several days by @bishophez - I know I don't deserve to be chosen and loved by God let alone by this life changing woman @adriennebailon - but it's not about deserving or earning or achieving one's love- it's about receiving it. And I humbly and gladly receive... my heart is so overwhelmed by both the love of God and the love of this amazing woman. My fiancé, my forever... and like Hez says 'don't worry about your haters, your haters can't do nothing with you,' I receive that too. #HappilyEverHoughton," he wrote. more >>
The 47th annual GMA Dove Awards named Lauren Daigle and Kirk Franklin among the biggest winners last night, while reuniting the legendary group DC Talk on stage.
Tuesday's show at the Allen Arena at Lipscomb University in Nashville, Tennessee, surprised everyone in attendance when rock/rap trio DC Talk hit the stage together following a 16-year hiatus. TobyMac kicked things off by performing one of his songs and then brought out bandmates Kevin Max and Michael Tait to perform "Love Feels Like," a new tune that brought the three together in the studio this past year.
As the award show continued, Lauren Daigle earned the night's top honor for the prestigious category of "Artist of the Year," just one year after being named the best "new artist" in Christian music by the association. more >>
Country music superstar Dolly Parton is chosen to receive a Willie Nelson Lifetime Award during the golden year anniversary of CMA on November.
The Willie Nelson Lifetime Award is the most prestigious award a country singer is given in recognition of her technological and cultural advancement over the years.
In celebration of CMA's 50th year in the country music industry, this year's overall event is revved up twice than the past years' productions. As a tribute, an all-star cast music video entitled "Forever Country" will feature 30 award-winning acts in the course of five decades. Directed by Joseph Kahn, 43, "Forever Country" is now available at forevercountry50.com for download. more >>