Of her song "Rescue", Lauren Daigle says, “’Rescue’ is the most emotional song on the record [Look Up Child]. It brings me to one of the deepest places in myself & means more than I can express. I’ve been waiting so long for you to hear it.” Here’s Lauren’s official music video for “Rescue”…..
Two blockbuster artists come together to lead this Houston TX audience in praise. During their 2016 Empires Tour, Hillsong UNITED was joined by Lauren Daigle to perform a few special songs together. As you'll see, nothing was more special than to see this entire arena singing this song. Watch Hillsong UNITED, along with Lauren Daigle, sing "How Great Thou Art"...
CCM Magazine called "I'm Leaning on You" by Crowder a song "that can and should fit the [Contemporary Christian Music] format but that will stand out as unique. This is one of those songs." With help from singer Riley Clemmens, here's Crowder's "I'm Leaning on You"....
Tauren Wells brings us the music video for “Like You Love Me,” the lead single from his sophomore album, Citizen of Heaven. The high-energy music video gives viewers an intimate behind-the-scenes look at Wells’ first headlining tour, the Hills and Valleys Tour.
Based on his own life story, Grammy-winner Zach Williams' powerful "Rescue Story" is a reflection of where Williams’ life was 20 years ago to now; singing about the moments and places that he didn’t even realize God was involved.
Videotaped live at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre, here's "Rescue Story" by Zach Williams.
In a time when the coronavirus is causing people everywhere to create "social distancing" arrangements of music, Lauren Daigle used the occasion of Easter Day to surprise fans with a special version of her single, "Still Rolling Stones". It sounds great!
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.