Jeremy Camp

Jeremy Camp Photo Gallery

Dec 12, 2013

Jeremy Camp has been making music since 2000. With six #1 hits and five Dove Awards wins, he has a lot of great music to choose from. His look, over the years, hasn't changed much.

Smart Phone

5 Reasons to Leave Your Phone in Your Pocket at Concerts

Dec 12, 2013

We've all seen them ... those people at concerts with their cell phones in hand, taping the whole thing. Wanting to capture memories is understandable but posting bad videos online is another.


Winter Jam 2014

Dec 11, 2013

Ten artists on 48 stages ... it must be Winter Jam!

John Schlitt with the Saylors brothers

John Schlitt's New Video for "Little Drummer Boy"

Dec 11, 2013

Grammy and Dove Award-winning vocalist John Schlitt has released a music video for "Little Drummer Boy," a song from his first Christmas CD, 'The Christmas Project.'

Ohio House of Representatives Seal

Freedom OF Religion vs. Freedom FROM Religion

Dec 11, 2013

In Ohio, the goal of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act is to make sure citizens are able to freely express their religion. In the wake up lawsuits filed against various school districts in the state by the ACLU and the FFRF (Freedom From Religion Foundation), the act, if passed, will stop anything Christian from the battering ram techniques used to remove Jesus from public view.

Steven Curtis Chapman

Giving the Gift of Hope

Dec 10, 2013

Show Hope, a nonprofit orphan care ministry founded by GRAMMY award-winning artist Steven Curtis Chapman and his wife Mary Beth, will be celebrating this Christmas season with the "Gift of Hope" campaign. The campaign encourages everyone to do something different this Christmas by ending the year with a life-changing gift.


Switchfoot on Leno

Dec 10, 2013

Tonight, Tuesday December 10, Switchfoot will be performing on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno! Be sure to tune in at 11:35pm EST/10:35pm CST to watch.

Band-Aid - Do They Know It's Christmas?

This Day in History - December 10

Dec 10, 2013

On December 10th, two very important events occurred - one in music history and one in the history of the church.

Andrew Peterson

15 of the Easiest Green Room Requests

Dec 07, 2013

Outrageous hospitality riders for mainstream bands have shown fans just how pampered (and sometimes ridiculous) performers can be. Christian bands are a lot easier to work with as the most outrageous request found is for different color Sharpies!

Matt Maher - All the People Said Amen

56th Annual Grammy Awards Nominees - Christian / Gospel

Dec 07, 2013

The nominees for the 56th Annual Grammy Awards were announced last night. Across five categories, 17 Christian and Gospel artists got the nods for the 2014 awards.


A Win for Pro-Lifers

Dec 06, 2013

Today a St. Louis Circuit Court judge dismissed charges against pro-life activists, Brian Westbrook, executive director of Coalition for Life St. Louis, and Rita Sparrow, veteran sidewalk counselor, for a peaceful demonstration outside the local Planned Parenthood.

American Atheists Billboard

Editorial: Spewing Hatred

Dec 06, 2013

I read two articles today that made me cringe. Both were about organizations who spew hatred. The one about the American Atheists didn't surprise me. They are, after all, people who don't believe in God so they won't hesitate to denigrate Him or those who believe in Him. The one about Westboro Baptist didn't come as a shocker either. This is a group who may call themselves Christian, but they sure don't behave like people following Jesus.

Britt Nicole (2013)

5 Christian Artists to Follow on Facebook

Dec 06, 2013

While everybody and their grandmother may have a Facebook, some artists post more than others ...

Casting Crowns - Peace on Earth

Pop Christmas Playlist

Dec 06, 2013

If your musical taste leans towards the pop side of music, the Christmas Pop Playlist is a perfect short list for you.

The Nativity

What Christmas Means ... and What It Doesn't

Dec 06, 2013

Christmas falls every year on December 25th and each year, the sales get earlier, the hustle and bustle gets more intense and the focus leans more towards not being out-gifted than why we celebrate in the first place.