Sarah Young, bestselling author of the popular devotional Jesus Calling, has died at the age of 77.
Leading school assemblies followed by evening, full-production concerts coast-to-coast, Indiana-based pop/rock band Attaboy releases today (Sept. 1) its first new single in four years, "Makin' Moves," from Radiate Music.
Platinum recording artist & GRAMMY®-award winning songwriter, producer and worship leader Brooke Ligertwood has created a free devotional video series.
Singer, songwriter and worship leader Patrick Mayberry releases his highly anticipated, first full-length Centricity Music album, Wild Faith, today (Sept. 1).
Mark Bishop returns to form with "I Met Somebody On The Way To The Cemetery," a mesmerizing, minor-key look at Christ's redemptive power.
GRAMMY Award-winner Brandon Lake announced that he will be releasing his much-anticipated new album, Coat Of Many Colors, on October 20th.
Super-soprano Ruth La'Ontra joins Bishop Leonard Scott, on a stunning new rendition of Ludie Pickett's obscure 1897 hymn "No Never Alone."
Unveiling a new addition to their acoustic series with "to know you," Citizens reinforce the message at the core of their latest album that life is a cycle of continuous discovery that keeps us humble and hopeful, curious and faithful.
GRAMMY-nominated Jeff & Sheri Easter will be ringing in the season with their new album Christmas Is on October 20.
This Friday (Sept 1), William McDowell releases a special 3-track deluxe single titled "The Promise."
Today Clarkwise's Rochell Clark Irving begins a new chapter in her life as she succeeds her father as pastor of the Miracle Deliverance United Holy Church.
Sarah Young, author of the devotional Jesus Calling, is in "rapidly failing" health.
As American society has a moral backslide, many Christians are lamenting the loss of the country's Christian foundation. However, in the face of spiritual darkness in America, a new remnant is rising, according to online media sensation Pastor Mike Signorelli.
Virginia-based Revival Music Co. introduces a new single, "Praises," featuring Cachét and Earl Bynum.
We The Kingdom debuted a stirring rendition of the group's current Top-10 radio single, "Jesus Does" featuring Anne Wilson.