Talk about a heavenly match-up! Naomi Raine (Maverick City Music) & TAYA (Hillsong Worship) came together on Fox & Friends recently to perform a cool mash-up of Hillsong's "Oceans" and Maverick City's "Jireh".
We have a video of that amazing performance right here, plus the ladies talk about music, their upcoming tour, and revival in America!
"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
Winner of the 2021 Dove Award for "Worship Song of the Year", here is Elevation Worship, singing "Graves into Gardens"...
As a means to express outreach to a friend who was having a difficult time, Lauren Daigle crafted a song idea that she was initially insecure about. But that song has become an anthem that has impacted people around the world!
Lauren sat down to reflect on how the song “Rescue” came about, and why it means so much to those who hear it.
There’s vocal harmony, and then there’s "preacher’s-kids-growing-up-in-Alabama, touring-as-a-family-band" harmony. CAIN (made of Taylor, Madison, and Logan Cain) launch their debut project with a stirring single, "Rise Up (Lazarus).
Winter Jam is an amazing concert experience, with a variety of different styles of Christian Music. This year’s Winter Jam lineup features We The Kingdom, Jeremy Camp, Anne Wilson, Andy Mineo, Disciple, Austin French, NewSong and more.
CCM Magazine photographer Chelle Propst took some amazing photos from the January 22nd Winter Jam in Charleston, WV. Check it out!
In case you missed this, American Idol contestant Megan Danielle got the surprise of a lifetime while she was auditioning on the show, singing Lauren Daigle's 5x Platinum hit, "You Say". Out of nowhere comes Lauren Daigle herself to sing along!
It was an amazing American Idol moment - and we have the video right here!
Maverick City Music has earned the Outstanding Gospel/Christian Album accolade for Kingdom Book One at the 54th NAACP Image Awards. This becomes the latest in a string of accomplishments for the group.
The singer who has given us "Into the Sea (It's Gonna Be Okay)" and "Look What You've Done" searched the world for meaning and truth; ending up having a dream career that ultimately left her hopeless and empty. Hear Tasha Layton, as she sat down with CCM Magazine, to share her story of how that brought her back to her roots of faith and music.