Stellar Award nominated Gospel ensemble Charles Butler & Trinity are warming hearts and feeding families this holiday season with their live album, The Good News, which debuted at No. 1 on iTunes' Christian albums chart.
The D.C. area group is using proceeds from sales and streaming of The Good News to support the food distribution ministry of Butler's home congregation, Impact One Church, located in Capitol Heights, Maryland. It is a much-needed boost for the program that has supplied over 240,000 pounds of food and invested over $200,000 directly into their community this year alone.
Known for combining elements of traditional and contemporary Gospel music with a spirit of worship, the Billboard-charting Charles Butler & Trinity deliver a camp meeting style celebration with The Good News, recorded live at Impact One Church and produced by Brandon Maclin and Jonathan Anderson. The appropriately titled, eight-track album shouts the goodness, grace and mercy of Jesus Christ to a hurting, fearful world.
"In a time where we seem to be bombarded with bad news, this album is a reminder that Jesus is 'The Good News'," says Butler, who serves as Worship and Creative Arts Pastor for Impact One.