Feb 14 2013
Jeremy Camp To Perform On FoxNews Online LIVE

Jeremy Camp will be performing on FoxNews online LIVE tomorrow to talk about his new album Reckless and his book I Still Believe.
Jeremy released his highly anticipated album Reckless on Tuesday. For the album, Camp drew inspiration from the disciple Paul's story in Acts 14- specifically when Paul returns to Lystra where he had previously been stoned, to share the gospel of Christ. Though many have viewed Paul as crazy, Jeremy's view is that Paul was reckless in his devotion to the Lord. "[Paul] wasn't being crazy for crazy's sake, saying 'I don't care what's going to happen. I just want to go,'" Camp explains. "No, when you feel God calling you to do something, you have to be obedient. And that's the difference. Paul was just obedient. That's what reckless is."

Jeremy will also be talking about his book I Still Believe, in which Jeremy shares the story of his first wife Melissa, who passed away from cancer just months after they married. "I knew that eventually I wanted to write a book and share that story," he said. "It wasn’t the right time 12 years ago when my wife went to be with the Lord. God had to teach me a lot of things. There were so many things God had to teach me in order to write this book and really share what God has done. Through tragedy has come healing and restoration."

You can watch Jeremy live tomorrow by going to http://live.foxnews.com/ at 1:20 PM ET / 12:20 PM CST.

Feb 14 2013

We're doing a LIVE VIDEO TOUR of the studio, kind of a behind-the-scenes thing. I'll show you how stuff works. Totally interactive, too.

My promise to you: It will be totally enlightening, AND amateurish. ~ Brant

Click here to join us LIVE!!!

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Feb 12 2013
Britt Nicole Shines at Grammy's!


Britt Nicole's Pop Sugar Red Carpet Interview at the Grammys!


Britt Nicole was nominated for a Best Contemporary Christian Music Album Grammy for "Gold".  Her first nomination ever!  SO COOL!!  So of course she hit the RED CARPET in style on Sunday night!!  Letting us join in on her fun she tweeted some pics:


What a year she is having so far!  A Grammy Nominee, her new album "GOLD", and she is expecting her first baby! 



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Feb 11 2013
Christian Artists Win Big at The Grammy Awards


It was a big night for Christian music at Sunday's Grammy Awards! Singer/songwriter Matt Redman took home two trophies- one for Best Gospel/Contemporary Christian Music Performance for his song, “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord).” And another for Best Contemporary Christian Music Song for “10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord)," which he shared with fellow songwriter Jonas Myrin. Writing on Twitter following the award Matt said, "We wrote this song for the glory of God, so He gets all the glory today too :)"

Congratulatory messages flooded twitter from several from fellow worship leaders including Chris Tomlin who wrote:"Could not be happier for @matt_redman and @jonasmyrin for the Grammy for 10,000 Reasons...Yes!"

Among the other winners, Gospel artist Lecrae won Best Gospel Album for his album GRAVITY. After winning Lecrae tweeted, "Just won a Grammy. I dedicate it all to the Unashamed fam all over the planet. 1.1.Six-To God be the Glory."

TobyMac took home the award for Best Contemporary Christian Music Album for his latest release EYE ON IT. "As a teenager writing songs, I never imagined winning a GRAMMY," Toby said, who was headlining Winter Jam in Atlanta. "It is an honor every artist dreams of! I'm truly humbled and so grateful for the amazing talent that surrounds me."

Feb 10 2013
Listen: Jeremy Camp's New Album Preview





It is his new-found life passion that spurs on this upcoming release and book – to live his life recklessly for God. Camp shares the concept of recklessness through the life of Paul. In Acts 14, Paul returns to Lystra to share the Gospel—a city where, just days before, he had been stoned and left for dead. As Camp explains, Paul's return is more reckless than crazy, and there’s a difference. “[Paul] wasn’t being crazy for crazy’s sake, saying ‘I don’t care what’s going to happen. I just want to go.’ No, when you feel God calling you to do something, you have to be obedient. And that’s the difference. Paul was just obedient. That’s what reckless is.”



His story reflects the influences from his impoverished childhood, rebellious teenage years, spiritual awakening at Bible College and the tragic loss of his first wife, Melissa, to cancer. The heart-wrenching spiritual journey that followed is a journey that reignited Camp’s faith, inspired some of his most beloved songs, and paved the way for a second chance at love with his second wife, Adrienne.




Watch "Reckless" Music Video HERE


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