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Lauren Daigle

Lauren Daigle has certainly made a name for herself in the music industry. A native to Louisiana, Daigle has experienced pain and hardships first hand at a young age after falling ill to an immune deficiency that kept her away from school for two years. However, that did not stop Daigle from pursuing her dreams.

Southern Gospel Family Group Releases New Project of Familiar Favorites August 1

When a group decides to release an entire project of cover songs, one of the first questions they ask is, “What songs do we choose?” For a few years, The Lore Family, from Portsmouth, Ohio, has had the desire to record a project of classic Southern Gospel songs.

Brennley Brown’s Faith Shines on Hit TV Show The Voice

The music industry is not the best place to find positive female role models. In fact, it’s hard not to fall for the idea that depravity and raunch rule in the modern popular music culture. This is why Brennley Brown stands out, shining the light of her faith like a city on a hill.

You Worship by Surrendering

“Give your bodies to God because of all he has done for you. Let them be a living and holy sacrifice—the kind he will find acceptable. This is truly the way to worship him.” Romans 12:1-2

An Interview with Carrie Gibson

Carrie Gibson has been serving God and singing for Him in the Tampa area all of her young life.  She remembers, as a child,...

Local Worship Leader, Jeanny Alexandre, Releases EP Recording

Jeanny Alexandre, the 2013 Gospel Music Award vocalist of the year and resident of Palm Beach County, is set to release the first EP...

The Journey of a Musician

Maralyn Coscia began her music career in early childhood.  As her mother tells it, Maralyn came out of the womb singing.  Her mother loves...

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Interview with actress Shari Rigby of hit movie Overcomer

The hit faith-based movie Overcomer has grossed more than $34 million and will release on DVD/Blue-Ray on December 17 in time for the holidays. The...

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What if you could turn a PG-13 movie into a family-friendly film that even a seven-year-old child could watch? Thanks to a new venture between Vudu, Walmart and Clearplay, you can.

Once King, Always King

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