We all hear about being the best you can be and to try harder. But what if, in relation to getting to heaven, the work's already been done for you? That's the message behind MercyMe's song, "Best News Ever".
As you watch this video, we think you'll agree - it's the best news EVER!
MercyMe lead singer Bart Millard confesses it's one of his favorite songs off the group's album, Lifer.
After a 3-year hiatus, Colton Dixon has released his first self-titled album. With "Miracles" as the first single off the album, it becomes our first taste into the new musical output of the former American Idol contestant.
"Across our world right now, more than ever, we need hope that a brighter day is coming, and the faith to believe that even though there’s a lot around us that seems despairing, Jesus specializes in resurrection." -- Elevation Worship
Here is the live video of Elevation Worship, singing "Graves into Gardens"...
Multi-generational family band We The Kingdom described themselves this way, “The heart of We The Kingdom is to create music that candidly tells how God reached into the middle of our brokenness, and drew us into His story of redemption." No place is that more clearly stated than in the band's energetic single, "God So Loved".
Watch this special acoustic performance of the song....
Being played and sung in churches around the country, Cory Asbury has struck a cord with congregations everywhere, wishing to express their devotion to the Lord in absolute terms. This live performance brings it all together. Cory Asbury sings "Reckless Love" on this official music video.
“What if I told you God doesn’t need you, He wants you?" asks Mike Donehey of Tenth Avenue North. "What if I told you that your loveliness to God doesn’t rise and fall with your usefulness to Him? God doesn't need us to be successful, He wants us to be surrendered.”
Tenth Avenue North debuts the video for their hit single, "Control."