When these two guys get on stage, they decide to sing a song that is very inspiring and difficult to sing. Listen to their voices as they sing a version of "You Raise Me Up."
This incredible cover by Harrison Craig and Tim Moxey will really lift your spirit and give you the chills the entire performance. The judges and audience give a standing ovation when they finish. When you listen to them, it will make you think of someone who inspires you. The judges are in awe when they hear them sing together so well. WOW!
Check out Harrison and Tim sing live on "The Voice" below: more >>
Jeannie Mai, the co-host of the daytime talk show "The Real" recently opened up about her journey in getting to know God better.
Mai, 36, took to Instagram to glorify God in what proved to be more than a typical Easter message. Instead, she shared a part of her testimony, which included her journey to get to know God more intimately 10 years ago on a missions trip.
"When I was 26 I decided I wanted to get to know God better. I wanted to go where nobody knew me, where I wouldn't be distracted, where I could hear what life was supposed to be like," Mai wrote. "I heard all Jesus did was serve and I wanted to feel what that was like. So I went on my first mission trip to Maputo, Africa to be with children dying from HIV and AIDS." more >>
Kierra Sheard recently opened up about wanting to make contributions to the church community for people including her brother who are tired of church people.
Kierra, the 27-year-old daughter of Grammy award winning singer Karen Clark Sheard of the gospel music group The Clark Sisters and the daughter of mega church pastor Bishop J Drew Sheard, is no stranger to the church. Her brother, J. Drew Sheard II, 26, has focused on establishing his own music career throughout the years but has felt judgment from the Christian community in the past.
Kierra was emotional as she spoke to The Huffington Post about making non traditional gospel music for people like her brother. more >>
Grammy-award winning rapper Lecrae will perform on "Good Morning America" Thursday to kick off his Anomaly 2.0 tour.
"In celebration of the launch of the second leg of his already massively successful Anomaly tour, Lecrae will perform his hit lead single "All I Need Is You" live on Good Morning America on Thursday, April 9," read the press release shared with The Christian Post.
The first leg of the tour launched in the fall of last year to promote his latest album Anomaly which received a fair amount of critical acclaim and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart. It also topped several other charts, including Digital Album, Rap Album, Christian Album and Gospel Album. more >>
The gospel music duo 21:O3 may have named their latest EP Outsiders, but they are proving that they belong on the gospel music scene with their latest project rising to the top of Billboard's Gospel Album chart.
After releasing their EP, Outsiders late last month 21:O3 members Evin Martin, 30, and Torrence Greene, 27, have debuted at number one. The pair seemed elated to accomplish the feat, and took to social media to glorify God and thank their fans and the team that contributed to their strong debut.
"Ahhh we are sooo excited, elated and thankful to all of you #Outsiders who purchased the album!!! To God be the Glory," the group's Instagram page reads. "Thank you for your tireless efforts and your PUSH. @greenelights @evinamiri it's been a journey. I wish I could say 'you don't know how hard we worked." more >>
Potential GOP 2016 presidential hopeful and conservative darling Ben Carson urged black Americans on the weekend to return to tested faith values that served their community well during America's dark era of slavery and Jim Crow and not allow hip-hop that "dismisses Jesus Christ" to "destroy things for us."
The retired neurosurgeon, who's also a devout Christian and staunch education advocate, explained in an interview on WBLS, an urban adult contemporary FM radio station in New York City, that modern culture has turned black Americans away from the faith culture once promoted by their forebears.
"We need to reestablish faith in our communities and the values and principles that got us through slavery, that got us through Jim Crow, and segregation, and all kinds of horrible things that were heaped upon us," said Carson, according to The Business Insider. more >>