How can Christians interact respectfully with those of different beliefs while remaining faithful to the Gospel? This is the crucial question best-selling author and Pastor Timothy Keller and Washington University Professor John Inazu sought to answer in their new book, Uncommon Ground: Living Faithfully in a World of Difference, to be released by Nelson Books April 14.
Sarah Groves returns with a second Christmas collection, following her excellent 2008 release O Holy Night. What might look like a list of traditional and modern Christmas favorites and a few originals is actually a journey of perspectives, highlighting the varied audiences of the incarnation.... Read more
Sara Groves, Audrey Assad, Ellie Holcomb, Propaganda and Robbie Seay Band have joined forces for a unique worship anthem inspired by International Justice Mission (IJM). The result of the collaboration is this ...
Singer/songwriter Sara Groves unveiled "Jesus, See The Traveler," available now. A poignant collaboration with Groves' daughter, Ruby, Groves received inspiration for the song while traveling overseas, listening to recounted stories of refugees fleeing war and oppression in various parts of the world.
Few seasons connect through music like Christmas, with familiar holiday tunes drawing out memories of cheer-filled Christmas mornings, family gatherings, and thoughts of the perfect gift. Yet, all too often those songs turn stale as we hear them repeated over and over again, covered by different artists. Here are ten of our favorite CCM Christmas originals, written and performed by the artist, in no particular order.
Joining just a few others before him—Fernando Ortega comes to mind–Greg LaFollette has written an album of songs inspired by the Book of Common Prayer. In essence, Songs of Common Prayer applies the power of music to the hymnbook’s neighbor on the pew rack.... Read more
Sara Groves is arguably one of the greatest poets storyboarding Christian music over the past two decades. Her propensity for penning the most human verses, married with the most elegant melodies, is so poignant her musicianship can persuade even the hardest of hearts to simply confess and believe. And for those of us who teeter between faith and doubt, Sara’s songs have expressed our heart without judgment, shouldering up with us in our questions as if to say, or sing, “It’s okay. I’ve been there, too. And I suspect God is right here with us.”