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Jars of Clay's Long Fall Back to Earth

In this interview, Jars of Clay front man Dan Haseltine discusses the relational theme behind the band’s new record, The Long Fall Back to Earth, as well as the award-winning group’s passion to serve.

"Jesus People" Proves Even Christians Can Be Funny

From beginning to end, Jesus People, pokes some fun at the idiosyncrasies of mixing faith and art in the Christian music industry. But unlike, say, 2004’s Saved, those providing the tongue-in-cheek commentary don’t mock God in the process.

Larue Resurfaces on Let the Road Pave Itself

It has been several years since we last heard from Phillip Larue. Though he has kept busy creatively writing and producing, the 20-something singer/songwriter has remained nearly silent on the artist front. But today, Larue is resurfacing.

Story Behind the Song: Laura Story's "Mighty to Save"

My first time hearing “Mighty to Save” (by Reuben Morgan and Ben Fielding) was while planning a worship service at my church, and one of our pastors tossed me the latest Hillsong United CD.

Third Day's Live Revelations Far from Perfect

There's yet to be a full definitive Third Day live concert CD or DVD; and the group’s latest, Live Revelations, won’t come close to fulfilling that role. While far from perfect, at least the professional and personal moments exposed are entertaining and insightful.

10 Questions with MercyMe

Celebrating 10 years of “I Can Only Imagine,” MercyMe drummer Robby Shaffer reminisces about the band’s storied career thus far and answers ten questions that speak to their present tour, an upcoming album and long-term plans.

Avalon’s Melissa Greene Stands Apart on Next Step

Combining the talents of a Who’s Who in Christian music songwriting team, Melissa Greene’s first major label solo effort hosts a framework of tightly-produced tracks to construct an eligible platform to demonstrate her solo chops.

Freedom Falls Short of Expectations

Those who watched Mandisa on American Idol can vouch for her mighty vocal pipes and charisma. While those attributes pop up in a few places throughout Freedom, they’re few and far between.

Israel Houghton: One Man, One Passion

Worship leader Israel Houghton shares with CCM about his decision to make a solo record, his personal call to social action and the effort of The Power of One to help the church make a lasting difference from the inside out.

Falling Up's Fangs! Will Captivate

The maturity and scope displayed on Fangs! will captivate those who devour the complete experience. Falling Up may have given us 2009’s first great Christian album.

My Soul Sings a Fitting Farewell for Delirious

My Soul Sings may be the last recording Delirious will ever release. These discs powerfully commemorate all that we have come to love about them, propelling this package—along with the band—into the annals of Christian music history.

Mandisa: Singing Freedom's Song

Powerhouse singer Mandisa candidly discusses her serious weight loss program (75 pounds and counting!), God’s commanding mercy in conquering the issues behind the body and how Simon Cowell spawned it all.

Israel Houghton's Not Alone on The Power of One

Anyone who’s worried about not seeing the name New Breed on the spine of Israel Houghton’s new CD need not fret. Thanks in part to a slew of guest collaborators, the singer/songwriter/worship leader is not on his own.

VOTA Relaunches with Self-Titled Project

VOTA has a secret. It’s not really a new band. Formerly known as Casting Pearls, the quartet changed their name in 2008. If their former project was palatable standard fare, then their name change launched standard to stunning.

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Melissa Greene's Next Step

Although Avalon is still going full steam ahead with no end in sight, the group’s touring schedule is slowing down ever so slightly, allowing Melissa Greene to focus on recording and releasing her own CD, Next Step.

Chorus a Solid Start for Revive

Revive’s debut disc, Chorus of the Saints, is off to a fairly solid start and already has some extra industry attention courtesy of Third Day. Front man Mac Powell co-produced this particular project.

Story Behind the Song: "Still My God"

In honor of their Greatest Hits project which just hit store shelves, we asked Jeremi Richardson, Avalon’s newest member, to share the story behind “Still My God”—their newest single.

Bluebird EP Good for New and Old Alike

Bluebird is a proper introduction for new Randall Goodgame listeners, as well as a fond return to form for the Square Peg Alliance member. And the six songs here stand as some of Goodgame’s best work to date.

Joy Williams: Back and Better Than Ever

The popular female vocalist has taken up playing her own instrument, expanded her songwriter's palette and abandoned the traditional label—all in an effort to be true to herself and create art on her own terms.

Esterlyn Keeps a Creative Indie Feel with Meaning

Presenting a creative indie feel without forfeiting tight production and articulate songs, Esterlyn’s Mending the Meaning offers stripped-down guitars, gentle pianos, crisp banjos and textured percussion that beautifully hang on every lyric.

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