In one sense, From Grace to Glory: The Music of Todd Agnew is a greatest hits collection. Though Todd would be quick to clarify: “No one needs a greatest hits anymore. You can just build a playlist on iTunes. And what’s a hit song anyway? My mom likes all of them.” But the project does function as a “best of” collection. Its cornerstones are four huge songs from his first two records: “Grace Like Rain,” “This Fragile Breath (The Thunder Song),” “In The Middle of Me,” and “My Jesus.” A download of his music awaits by clicking the image above.
Streets of Gold returns to Lead Me To The Rock Radio, and is a 2 hour program featuring Christian music classics from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s. Shows are theme based; from artists birthdays, to countdown programs, or a particular subject or word. Listen to Streets of Gold, Saturday at 10:00 pm Pacific Time.
A multi-day, family friendly Christian Music Festival for all ages in Quincy, CA, at the Plumas County Fairgrounds on July 28-30. There's a Sunday morning service, and know that JoshuaFest is a camping experience, so you'll be in God's great outdoors. There is room for RVs and tents. Click the image above for more information.
Christian author Eric Ludy calls believers to put a stop to an alarming trend in today's church. Contemporary culture has accused Christians of being politically incorrect, unloving, and narrow-minded in their devotion to God and His Word. How serious is the problem, and what are the solutions? What does a bravehearted kind of Christianity look like? Eric presents the Christianity of the Bible as the most explosive, most vibrant, most extraordinary force on Earth; a force meant to bring glory to the Most High God and turn people's hearts in His direction. Click here to learn more about Eric's book, "The Bravehearted Gospel."
Steven Curtis Chapman has just released a new book, sharing intimate details from his life; his childhood, his introduction to music, to his success as a Dove and Grammy-award-winning musician, and raising a growing family through births and adoptions with his wife Mary Beth. Steven also shares from his and his family's grief after the accidental death of their 5-year-old adopted daughter Maria. At this low point in life, Steven considered leaving the Christian music ministry, but even in the midst of the struggle, he chose, and chooses to have hope, trusting in God. Learn more about Steven's story by clicking here.