LEXINGTON, Ky. (BP) – A grant will allow the University of Kentucky, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and other educational entities to preserve historic southern sacred songbooks dating back to the middle of the 19th century by digitizing them.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Fifty years ago, as they prepared to bring their third child into what seemed to be increasingly chaotic times, Bill and Gloria Gaither found themselves concerned about the kind of world their son Benjy would grow up in.
NASHVILLE (BP) – Putting words to God’s character traits is something all Christian creatives try to do. Books, poetry, songs, sermons – every expression provides a new way to explore and relish in the reality of the Creator.
EULESS, Texas (BP) – The crowd of approximately 700 Hispanic young people sang and swayed to the Christian singers and musicians at Cross City Español Friday night, March 19. The sight didn’t surprise Pastor Humberto Gonzalez. In fact, it’s one he expects to see more and more.
LAS VEGAS (RNS) — Carman Dominic Licciardello, a Christian music legend known simply by his first name, has died.
BELLINGHAM, Wash. (BP) – "Way Maker" was the top worship song in 2020 as churches sought comfort in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, based on Faithlife's report of more than 2.2 million uses of its Proclaim software.
MORRISTOWN, Tenn. (BP) – Gospel singer Gerald Wolfe was visiting his father, who was suffering from Parkinson's disease dementia at a care facility, when a guitarist playing "In the Sweet By and By" struck a chord of memory among patients there.
CANTON, N.C. (BP) – In his own words, Worship Pastor Nathan Parrish developed his Tik Tok username Original Panda Man because he "was a big guy" and "had dark circles" around his eyes.
CELINA, Texas (BP) – The Gospel Music Association’s 51st annual Dove Awards ceremony honoring excellence in Christian music looked different from previous years, with organizers foregoing an in-person event because of COVID-19.
NASHVILLE (BP) – “Just like everything else in 2020, it’s unlike anything we’ve done before.”