(MAY 2010) Delirious? has had one of the most successful, influential and blessed tenures at the top of the Christian music worship community. Frontman and father of six, Martin Smith, shares with CCM what it feels like to move on to the next chapter.
(APRIL 2010) Worship has been characterized as many things today. But true worship involves God, love, and the exchange of such between a human heart and the Creator of every heartbeat. CCM has created a section for worship resources, conversation, and encouragement. Come share your thoughts...
(APRIL 2010) Catalyst: an agent that speeds significant change or action. The leadership development organization, Catalyst, together with INO Records decided it was time to use music to impact this generation. This worship project includes artists like Laura Story, Phil Wickham, Fee, and more...
(APRIL 2010) A worship leader in his hometown of Greeneville, South Carolina for many years, Chasen Callahan is first and foremost grounded in the worship of the Father. He tells CCM how he goes back to the heart of worship.
(JANUARY 2010) In honor of Passion 2010 taking place at the beginning of this month in Atlanta, GA, Passion founder / pastor Louie Giglio and crew reflect on the heart and history of the college-geared conference.
(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.
(MARCH 2008) The changing times have brought the print CCM Magazine to an end and is birthing a new digital magazine. The tech advances and social trends have effected the music industry too, where actual CDs are making way for digital audio that is easily downloadable... sometimes, too easily.
(FEBRUARY 2008) A growing number of churches aren’t just embracing the arts in a big way—they’re also recording and distributing them, too. Artists like Sarah Macintosh help nurture gifted people in their churches.