Jul 03 2009
VIDEO: "By Your Side" by Tenth Avenue North

What do you feel when you experience a crisis or a tragedy? Hopelessness and despair come to mind. A lot of people (maybe you) have lost their job, foreclosed on their home, lost a loved one, and have recently gone through personal hard times. This video is a reminder that when we go through those tough times, we're not alone. God is "by your side".

Thanks to the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association for creating this video, featuring Tenth Avenue North.

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Jul 02 2009
Everyday Sunday for $5!!

I just found out that you can download the new Everyday Sunday album "Best Night of Our Lives" for $5 on amazon.com!!  Thought I'd pass it along! :) 

Jul 02 2009
Relient K's latest webisode

Check out the Relient K guys talking about the progress on their new album (they're almost done!) ... and faking swine flu?!

Relient K "In The Studio" webisode 4 of 4 from Relientk on Vimeo.

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Jul 02 2009
Jeremy Camp Camp

 

No, it's not a typo! And no, it's not an overnight camp to send your kids to! Jeremy Camp Camp is, well, I'll let Jeremy tell you more about it. He explains it all in this video. :) 

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Jul 01 2009
If you like worship music ...

... then you probably have heard of Matt Redman, or at least, you've heard some of his songs on Air 1. Do you recognize "Blessed be Your Name" or "You Never Let Go"? Yeah, those are Matt Redman songs!

So Matt's been busy moving from England to the U.S. to plant a church in Atlanta, taking care of his wife, who is having baby #4, and just this week, he was finishing a new album with more awesome worship music. His new CD, We Shall Not Be Shaken, is coming out August 25th!

I love that Matt used the Psalms as inspiration for this new album:

 “This album praises God’s steadiness,” says Redman. “We’re being reminded how shakable earthly things are—job losses, home foreclosures. When we traveled to Korea, there were high profile suicides due to the failing marketplace. So it feels appropriate now to address the economy in a worship song. Nothing in the Psalms was ever detached from its era.”
So here's a question for you: who's your favorite worship artist/band? Post it in the comment section. I'd love to know!