Join modern hymn writers Keith and Kristyn Getty for this one-night, live recording from their multi-city annual tour, Joy An Irish Christmas!
Building on the success of their 2011 studio album by the same name, this live concert event (featured on Public Television) showcases fresh, extended arrangements plus eight new soon-to-be-classic Christmas carols to tell the Christmas story like no other!
Fusing tradition and innovation and bringing to bear the revelry of their Irish heritage, Keith & Kristyn Getty, joined by their band of virtuosos, Irish dancers, and a multi-generational choir, invite you to join in the singing of hymns and carols to celebrate the good news of the Gospel!
With classic Christmas songs and a mix of unique originals, Rend Collective's Campfire Christmas (Vol. 1) provides worshipful lyrics to celebrate the season.
"We called this album Campfire Christmas (Vol. 1) because that's what Christmas is - an invitation into the family of God, to come and feel the glow. And though the world may be stinging and cold, we find warmth and hope at Christmas: our shining light of the world, our joy and peace, Jesus the Messiah."
Hailing from Ireland, Rend Collective is one of Christian music's most exciting new acts. Their new album debuts August 21, As Family We Go, following their prior #1 release, The Art Of Celebration (debuted at #1 on the Christian & Gospel Chart with ... more
Soaking Journeys Worship | Laura Rhineheart Laura has a beautiful anointing to usher in the presence of God! Her sensitivity to the Holy Spirit and her passion for the Lord are evident in every note that she sings. Soaking Journeys is her latest CD that takes you on a journey to the throne of God.
A new recited version of the Rosary and the Chaplet of Divine Mercy, recorded at the National Shrine of The Divine Mercy in Stockbridge, MA. The prayers are led by Shrine Rector Fr. Dan Papineau M.I.C., with Vinny Flynn and his Still Waters family ministry. Colleen Free begins the Rosary with a beautiful recitation of the Memorare and introduces each decade of the Chaplet with a powerful meditation on the Passion from the Diary of St. Faustina. The gentleness of the voices, together with soft instrumental m
NEEDTOBREATHE is an American Rock 'n' Roll Band from South Carolina, effortlessly woven from the musical traditions and faith of their upbringing in the Deep South of the United States.
Rivers In The Wasteland is the follow up to their acclaimed album The Reckoning, which saw the band spend over two years on the road in support of a collection of anthemic rock that caught the attention of The New York Times, NPR, Entertainment Weekly and USA Today.
"We've come through some rough moments and some amazing moments," says guitarist & vocalist Bo Rinehart. "We're the most energized we've ever been. The band is young again. We've got a new sense of purpose and we believe in what we're doing. We just fell ba ... more
Three-time GRAMMY winner Michael W. Smith ushers in the Christmas season with the September 30 release of Michael W. Smith & Friends: The Spirit of Christmas, featuring an all-star lineup of guests Vince Gill, Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Amy Grant, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Nettles, Bono and Michael McDonald.
This star-studded album is full of timeless carols, holiday favorites and new versions of some of Michael's most loved Christmas songs.
Come To The Well is an appeal to Christians to let the "living water" of Christ well up in us, overflowing into the relationships we have around us (spouse, parent, child, neighbor, stranger), both inside the church and beyond.
Inspired by the story of Jesus talking to the woman at the well, the title track illuminates the album's main theme. "She thought she was standing by a well talking to a man, but really she was standing by a hole in the ground and she was talking to the well," frontman Mark Hall says. "We come to Jesus and we have already got our well. We have already got what we think is going to sustain us and we come to Him to bless our thing so that our thing will work even better for us. Jesus isn't a ... more