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Tasha Layton Shares Her Story

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.

Crowder Has an Extreme Makeover!

Once dubbed among the "Ugliest Homes in Atlanta," Crowder's abode is now a contemporary gem of the street.  People Magazine even gave us proof!  Take a look!

Danny Gokey Relates Paralyzing Fear that Nearly Kept Him from Musical Success

Danny Gokey has enjoyed musical success earning chart-topping hits and award nominations, including three GRAMMY nominations. But few are aware of the debilitating fear that nearly kept him from catching his big break.  Gokey just recorded the details of this chapter of his life in a new short film...

New Album from MercyMe Shows a Return to the Group's Foundation

The pandemic's affect on Christian Artists' creativity was profound.  COVID gave artists a central canvas to paint from; dealing mainly with overcoming darkness and dispair.

But MercyMe's new album is a radical shift in creative focus.  Lead singer Bart Millard lays out the contrast.....

A Conversation with Naomi Raine of Maverick City Music

CCM Magazine caught up with singer Naomi Raine of Maverick City Music to chat about her new solo album, her battle with mental health, what it's like performing and touring with Gospel legend Kirk Franklin, and more!

Check it out...!

Zach Williams’ Marriage Was On The Brink Of Ruin, Then Jesus Changed Everything

Zach Williams’ story shows how God’s love can bring hope to even the bleakest of situations. The singer’s marriage was on the brink of ruin as he struggled with addiction. But then God sent him a sign through a song, leading to a change inside his heart that transformed his whole life!

Behind The Song: Lauren Daigle's 'Rescue' Had Personal Beginnings

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.

for King & Country Creates Moving Tribute to Their Mom with 'Unsung Hero' Music Video

Moms have been the most giving, selfless people we encounter as we grow up.  To Joel and Luke Smallbone, known as for King & Country, their admiration and thanks for their mother was so great they needed to create a tribute video for her.  

You have to watch this video - but grab the kleenex!  This is such a dear video portrayal of a loving musical family.

Crowder Talks ‘Milk & Honey (Deluxe Edition)’

Crowder has just released a deluxe version of one of his biggest albums to date.  How do you improve on THAT?  CCM Magazine checked in with Crowder from the ‘Hits Deep Tour‘ to talk about the new deluxe edition of his ‘Milk & Honey‘ album, touring with TobyMac, People Magazine naming his house the ‘Ugliest House in Atlanta,’ and more!

Lauren Daigle - 'How I Made It'

Did you know that Lauren Daigle was an American Idol contestant when she was only 17?  After she was voted off, did you know she was considering hanging up music as a career entirely?

If you've ever wondered, "Where did Lauren come from?", she relates her beginnings in this fascinating Cosmopolitan Magazine video feature.  Check it out!

Lauren Daigle Reflects on the Song-Writing Process

As COVID loosens its effects on our communities, artists everywhere are excited to get out to perform and write new music.
This is a must-watch, as Grammy winner Lauren Daigle escorts us to the very start of the songwriting whole process, where we can see tomorrow's hits being written today.  

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