(AUGUST 2010) Marvin Sapp is a Gospel music legend. Now this 2010 BET Award winner and senior pastor of Grand Rapid's Full Life Center Church talks about staying focused on the message even amidst a ministry turned celebrity.
(JUNE 2010) Doctors told Dewitt and Kim Jones they couldn't have children. But God had another thing to say about it — this family outfit features the couple and their five offspring and a powerful testimony to modern day miracles. The group's matriarch talks about the making of a family band.
(MAY 2010) It's touted as Christian music's biggest night. And for good reason! The Dove Awards delivered on size and style. And bigger than all the celebrity, fashion, and honors was the presence of the Holy Spirit who filled up the Grand Ole Opry house so tangibly that you knew they had church!
(MAY 2010) Having been featured in such diverse settings as 'Essence', 'ABC's Extreme Home Makeover' and Bill Gather's 'Homecoming', Lynda Randle, sister of Michael Tait, is known for crossing traditional racial barriers as she unreservedly shares the Gospel through music.
(JANUARY 2010) His new studio album, UNDISGUISED, shows off the singer/songwriter's most in-depth spiritual insights. Read about that and more straight from the mouth of the music maker himself as he talks about his current endeavors, balancing tour life, and his active social life.
(JANUARY 2010) He just night be the most hardworking star in the business. tobyMac adds a fourth studio project, TONIGHT, to his resumé — and somehow finds time to launch a clothing line, mentor new artists, and get home in time for dinner.
(JANUARY 2010) Kierra Sheard is just your average college student... except for the fact that she's also a GRAMMY nominated recording star. And those are only TWO of the hats the young 20-something wears.
(APRIL 2008) Steven Curtis Chapman, tobyMac, CeCe Winans, Michael W. Smith, Amy Grant, Aaron Gillespie and Mark Hall, among others, have helped steer the course of Christian music and, in turn, this magazine.
(FEBRUARY 2008) With a new album, a new media company, and a new film in the works, Kirk Franklin is a bonafide multimedia juggernaut. But the R&B legend isn't ashamed to admit he still needs to keep his priorities straight.