Posts Tagged ‘video’

Full Interview with NEEDTOBREATHE – The Stories Behind “HARD LOVE”

NEEDTOBREATHE grew up in “Possum Kingdom,” one band member built a luxury treehouse, and the stories behind the songs on their new album come from a very personal place after some beautiful growth as a band. Grab a cup of coffee and click through the un-edited interview with this one-of-a-kind band as they talk about the new album, “HARD LOVE.” Subscribe and get the “More Than The Music Podcast” each week. Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through… … Continue reading

Have You Seen Lauren Daigle’s Breathtaking New Video?

Lauren Daigle sings a haunting rendition of  her song, “Come Alive (Dry Bones).” This is her stunning live performance and the story inspiring the song.   We talked with Lauren and Michael Farren, a friend who co-wrote “Come Alive (Dry Bones)” with her. They told us the personal story from the day this song came to life. Michael: You kind of went into telling a story about a friend… and just the struggle and the… … Continue reading

It’s Time for You to Wake Up and Come Alive!

Lauren Daigle sings a haunting rendition of  her song, “Come Alive (Dry Bones).” This is her stunning live performance and the story inspiring the song.   We talked with Lauren and Michael Farren, a friend who co-wrote “Come Alive (Dry Bones)” with her. They told us the personal story from the day this song came to life. Michael: You kind of went into telling a story about a friend… and just the struggle and the… … Continue reading

Vote on the Best Christian Artist’s Rendition of the Star Spangled Banner!

In honor of Independence Day, we’re taking a look at WAY-FM artist renditions of our National Anthem – the Star Spangled Banner. They’ve sung it for various sporting events, television specials, or maybe just for fun as a band. Now, just for kicks, we’re having a little showdown! Vote for your favorite in the poll below the clips! 1. Steven Curtis Chapman at… a Motor Speedway? I confess, I didn’t know singing the National anthem… … Continue reading

4 Things About Honduras That Surprised Carlos & Joy

Some of these things will definitely surprise you! Others… maybe not so much. 😉 Hear from Carlos and Joy about their trip to Honduras with Compassion International and see why they walked away surprised.   Interested in sponsoring a child in families like these? We dare you to take a look. … Continue reading

Why You Shouldn’t Write Worship Songs Like Wally Does

Wally challenged Aaron Shust to write a worship song about the most random verse they could find. The result, a song called, “Send the Bears,” was really something else! Not only do our artists have an incredible heart for ministry, but they’re tons of fun, too. Wally brings out proof of that here! Thanks for being such a great sport, Aaron!!   You can always visit the Wally Show page for more laughs and good… … Continue reading

How Do You Respond When Things Are Broken?

The guys from The Afters looked around at one point in their career and felt overwhelmed by all the loss and hurt in the world. Have you ever been there? School shootings, natural disasters, death in the family, sickness… It’s everywhere. The band couldn’t stop thinking about the story of Job in the Bible. The guy lost literally everything he owned, but in the midst of his pain, he dropped to his knees and praised… … Continue reading

Like for King & Country, You Can Make This Song Your Motto

“Fix My Eyes is now an anchor for the band; a mantra.” – Joel Smallbone from for King & Country What do you want your life to be all about? Seriously, have you ever thought through the specifics to your answer? The guys in for King & Country have and they turned it into a song. Joel and Luke Smallbone wrote the song “Fix My Eyes” in the middle of a crazy point in their… … Continue reading

4 Lessons from “Your Grace is Enough” by Matt Maher

Maybe you sing this song in church or you’ve heard it on WAY-FM, but have you ever taken a minute to let the words sink in? Matt Maher sings powerful lyrics that teach us a lot about God and life. Here’s 4 lessons you can take away from “Your Grace is Enough.” 1. God wrestles with the sinner’s restless heart. Who are the sinners? Well, that’s you and me, friend. Until Christ comes back to… … Continue reading