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In honor of Valentine's Day, we challenged Matthew West to write an ultra cheesy Christian love song for a kid in youth group. See what he comes up with in our latest version of "Musical Chopped": Matthew also talked about his new album "Brand New" and the significance of a blue couch. Plus, we played a name pun game that didn't go according to plan:

If you've ever experienced a panic attack, you know how helpless they can feel. The next time you find yourself facing one, here's a playlist of songs to sing/cry/shout along to as you're reminded that God is in control. 1. Bethel Music - "Raise a Hallelujah" I raise a hallelujah in the presence of my enemies. I raise a hallelujah louder than the unbelief. 2. Switch - "Symphony" Even in the madness, there is peace…

“You know there were other people that died. Why is everyone so focused on Kobe?” That’s the comment I saw repeated online a few days after Kobe Bryant’s tragic death. It got me thinking: why do we mourn when a celebrity passes away? I never met Kobe, but I don’t remember a time when I didn’t know who he was. His gameplay graced our television for years, and I knew exactly what people were talking…

MercyMe's huge song I Can Only Imagine is almost 20 years old, so how would it sound if it was sung to a modern track from Justin Timberlake?   We ran cameras during the entire interview. These guys are hysterical, so we wanted to share the entire interview uncut with you.

Wally has always loved MercyMe's Cover Tune Grab Bag, where the band covers popular songs on video. Hear the story behind Bart's favorite songs, and then Wally lives out a lifelong dream by joining Bart in a new Cover Tune Grab Bag.   Or, if you're the kind of person who likes to skip straight to dessert, here's Bart and Wally performing Taylor Swift's "Shake". Related Posts: Bart from MercyMe faces Wally in iPod Roulette Bart from MercyMe gives…