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Chris Tomlin: And the Greatest of These Is Love

As fast as Chris Tomlin’s ride to multiple Dove Award winner, double GRAMMY nominee and regular radio chart topper may seem, it’s actually been a slow build for the singer/songwriter/worship leader.

  • Andy Argyrakis |
  • September 13, 2008 |
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Bart Millard: The Solo Side, Take Two

Taking us behind-the-scenes for a sneak peek, Bart Millard shares the scoop on the recording process of Hymned Again, singing with Vince Gill and why he even wanted to make a hymns record in the first place.

Critically Speaking: Michael W. Smith & Ryan Smith

What do a famous Christian music singer/songwriter and a feature film company have in common? On the surface, not much. However, veteran artist Michael W. Smith is meddling in more than just music these days.

As Olympics End, Never Too Late To Pray

Lucy Neeley Adams takes a break from her usual hymn studies to reflect on the many ministries and prayers that are affecting the host country of the recently-ended 2008 Olympics.

  • Lucy Neeley Adams |
  • August 23, 2008 |
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What Are We Singing: Holy, Holy, Holy

Knowing the theme of Holy, Holy, Holy was specific to Trinity Sunday, we can assume the lyrics "early in the morning" are based on the morning of that holy day. But aren’t we called to rise up every morning to praise to the Lord?

  • Eva Marie Everson |
  • August 20, 2008 |
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Grant's Lead Me On Still Fresh After 20 Years

Twenty years after its initial distribution, Amy Grant combs the vault to release Lead Me On: The 20th Anniversary Edition, archiving some of ‘ccm’s most revered and honest recordings on her first project for EMI.

A Global Worship Movement

Given the popularity of praise and worship music in the past decade, it’s easy to think of the “worship movement” as a stateside phenomenon. But many of the most classic, enduring and popular praise song are being born in foreign lands.

Vertical and Artful Expressions Found On the Blue

The modern worship scene is oftentimes overly cluttered with artists who cover the same songs or copy a successful formula, which is why Joel Auge’s American debut, On the Blue, is so refreshing.

Genuine Worship and Continual Praise

Until we realize the true purpose in life, which is to worship Him and enjoy Him forever, we’ll always be floundering.

Meredith Andrews: You're Not Alone

Recording and songwriting are not the only roles set before Meredith Andrews to fill. As a newlywed, a worship leader, a sister and a daughter, Meredith seeks to make room at the table for more.

America's Hymns of Faith

"It is often in songs where we find the words and emotions that not only inspire us as a nation, but spell out our faith and chase away our doubts and fears," says author Ace Collins.

The Worship Jesus Christ Seeks

How did the devoted Christians at Ephesus resist Satan's stronghold of materialism?

Use Your Independence to Submit to God

Independence is wonderful, but it also means self-rule and self-determination - two of the very things that got Israel into so much trouble in the Old Testament!

Precious Lord, Take My Hand

If we focus on God's promise, when we are confronted with disaster, we will not be defeated.

Modern Worship Gets Soulful on The Bridge

It’s somewhat disheartening that the bulk of The Bridge is drawn from the most cited pages of the modern worship playbook, but that’s where Anthony Evans’ heart lies. Thankfully, he and his backup vocalists are as soulful as ever.

Sandi Patty Gives Listeners Songs for the Journey

With her twenty-sixth recording, Songs for the Journey, Gospel Music Hall of Famer Sandi Patty eases through 11 diverse, but cohesive tracks, pondering her faith from childhood to present day.

Here I Am to Worship

Tim Hughes explains how he came to write this well-known worship song, now sung in congregations around the world.

Things That Cannot Be Shaken

How do we solidify our thinking so that our faith will not waver? By holding fast to the “things that cannot be shaken” (Heb. 12:27).

  • K. Scott Oliphint and Rod Mays |
  • June 11, 2008 |
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