AND THE WINNER IS… The Myriad!

(FEBRUARY 2008) The Myriad was announced as the final winner of the 2007 "MTV2 Dew Circuit Breakout." The Top 3 finalists were flown to New York City to perform during the Dew Circuit Breakout Finale, live from MTV's "TRL" studio in Times Square."

Ask Your Favorite Artist: The Almost

(FEBRUARY 2008) CCM reader Sarah Choate of Louisville, Ky.,puts The Almost's front man Aaron Gillespie to the test this month. Fresh off tour, see what Aaron has to say…

After Edmund: Well, Hello!

(FEBRUARY 2008) If you haven't heard After Edmund, you're in for a pleasant surprise...

February 2008 Book Reviews

Read the reviews of a few books that were published this year. In this issue: NO OTHER GODS / CHARACTER MAKEOVER / CULTURE SHIFT / WHAT CAN BE FOUND IN 'LOST' / HOLLYWOOD NOBODY.

The Final Word: The Arduous Pursuit

(FEBRUARY 2008) Nothing is more mysteriously absurd nor stunningly enticing than the prospect of seeking and finding the living God and linking our hearts with His. Yet knowing God is the most costly and difficult thing we can do with our lives. To doubt and struggle is to be human...

Israel Houghton: What God’s Heat Beats For

(FEBRUARY 2008) Serving at the largest church in the nation, Israel Houghton is passionate about balancing his dual roles as worship leader and touring artist.

February 2008 Music Reviews

Read reviews on albums of Rock, Worship, AC, Gospel, Indie, and more. This month: Sanctus Real; Kirk Franklin; The Afters; Children18:3; Leeland; Natalie Grant; Stellar Kart; Pillar; A Dream Too Late; Sevenglory; Arrested Development; and more...

Passion: Greater Things

(FEBRUARY 2008) The Passion World Tour reaches out to the 132 million university students around the globe.

Don’t Think THRICE, It’s All Right

(FEBRUARY 2008) Only half-way through an ambitious four-album odyssey, general market hardcore band THRICE continues to intrigue listeners of faith.

Kirk Franklin: Fight The Good Fight

(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.