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Jason Castro

on March 2, 2015 - 4:17pm

“I’ve heard it said that music is the language of the soul,” says internationally-renowned recording artist Jason Castro. “I think it’s something God created for our souls to be able to rejoice in.”

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Sara Groves

on March 2, 2015 - 4:06pm

Some albums are born out of a place of struggle and wrestling, others flow easily from a seemingly endless wellspring. Abide With Me, the new hymns collection from Sara Groves, is like warm, welcoming sunshine after a long, hard rain. Her 2015 album, Floodplain, was the result of a season marked by change that left her overwhelmed. This time around, Groves says, the process couldn’t have been smoother.

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Jared Anderson

on March 2, 2015 - 4:03pm

There are musicians who know from the very start just what they want to do. For the contemporary Christian worship artist, that often means learning guitar, moving to Nashville, and “paying your dues” in the smallest of venues while you struggle to get by.

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Elias Dummer - The City Harmonic

on March 2, 2015 - 3:58pm
I have sung these words forever, ‘Hallelujah’ from my lips!
How I meant them in the moment, but in the moment failed the test
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Laura Story

on February 26, 2015 - 4:24pm

Throughout the Bible, there are countless stories of ordinary people whole-heartedly attempting to live a life fully surrendered to God’s unique calling on their lives. More than once, God asks people of faith to relinquish control and simply trust Him. These days, singer/songwriter Laura Story is discovering the beauty found in letting go. It’s this posture of surrender that she’s striving for on her fifth studio album, Open Hands (Fair Trade Services).