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Will You Pray for Natalie Grant’s Health Update?

This heartfelt message from Natalie Grant is inspiring. After watching her thyroid for a couple of years, her doctors have decided to operate on several tumors and nodules found there. It’s unclear what exactly that means or what the status of those tumors are, but she hopped on Facebook anyways and decided to be honest about it. She says, “I’ve kind of just always chosen to live life with transparency and the payoff has been… … Continue reading

If You Like for King & Country, You’ll Love This New Band!

for King & Country is known for making great music, but the talent doesn’t stop there. Lead singer Joel’s wife, Moriah Peters, announced the formation of a brand new female band called TRALA. Joel had nothing but sweet things to say about how proud he is of these ladies and their music. Their first single is called “Holy Collision.” Here’s what Joel from for King & Country posted about TRALA: “Enormously proud of these brave… … Continue reading

This is the Song Hollyn Couldn’t Wait for You to Hear!

Hollyn said, “been waiting for you guys to hear this one.” It’s a new song called “All Good,” released by her buddies, Capital Kings, but featuring Hollyn’s lovely vocals.   i want to stay in moments like this one… ❤ i love what i get to do & Who i am doing it for. A post shared by Hollyn (@iamhollyn) on Sep 1, 2017 at 8:07pm PDT Watch Hollyn’s enchanting live performance video!   … Continue reading

How to Hack Facebook (and Change Your Mind)

It’s literally my business to understand how Facebook works and hack it. Facebook serves us more of what it thinks we like. If you’re a conservative who shares posts from Fox News, Breitbart, and the Drudge Report, Facebook makes sure more of the same appears in your newsfeed. If you lean liberal and share content from the Daily Show, Rachel Maddow, and Mother Jones, Facebook will be happy to put more of the same in… … Continue reading

Watch One 5 Minute Video and Understand the Whole Bible Better

We know God has a plan, but does anyone else have a hard time seeing it? If you’re struggling to trust God right now, you should check out one of my favorite videos from The Bible Project. Their videos are absolutely stunning and keep my attention every time. This one starts with several Bible stories you know – Adam and Eve, Abraham, the end times… but then it shows you how they all fit together… … Continue reading

Bart Millard is the Best at Pranking MercyMe!

Yeah, Bart Millard wrote “I Can Only Imagine,” but he’s also hilarious and great at practical jokes. He filmed a few recent pranks he played on the band members of MercyMe! Bart says, “So whenever Barry and Mike are doing their own thing and not really paying attention, I can get them to sing any song that I want them to and they don’t even realize it…” And he goes on to show us exactly… … Continue reading

Jason Gray’s Song “Learning” Is the True Empowerment Anthem You Need

“We all love empowerment anthems, but sometimes I feel like they ignore a lot of the reality.” – Jason Gray When regular empowerment anthems weren’t enough in his own moments of disappointment, Jason Gray decided to write his own. It’s called “Learning.” We hope it inspires you to look at moments of failure in a new light.   Jason continues to say this about empowerment anthems: “‘I’m awesome, I’m self-sufficient… I can do this!’ That’s all… … Continue reading

See the Instagram Photo That Perfectly Sums Up tobyMac

This post from tobyMac sums him up quite well. It’s a picture of his Gotee Records’ 20th anniversary mug and the saying that goes with it. Morning…. We are Gotee Records and we approve of this ad. #Gotees20thAnniversaryMug A post shared by TobyMac (@officialtobymac) on Jul 31, 2017 at 9:17am PDT It says, “A little older, a little wiser… but still funky.” Toby started Gotee Records with two friends back in 1994! He was still… … Continue reading

“To the Table” by Zach Williams Will Make You Grateful for Who Jesus Is

I think this song might be Zach Williams’ favorite. He didn’t actually say that, but when he sat down in our studio with his guitar and I asked him to play “Chain Breaker,” he said he wanted to play “To the Table” first. And I’m very glad he did.   Zach says, “This song for me was my reaction to seeing how great God’s grace, mercy is… The fact that He called me something that… … Continue reading