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  • Dara Maclean - New Album - Wanted

    Posted on July 10, 2013 by Family Christian

    Dara Maclean is scheduled to release her sophomore album, Wanted, on September 24. The album’s title track and lead single grabbed early attention jumping seven spots at radio to No. 30 on NCA chart this past week. Produced by Paul Mabury (All Sons & Daughters, Hillsong, Meredith Andrews), Wanted is the eagerly-awaited follow-up to Maclean’s debut album, You Got My Attention.

    For Maclean, both a passionate artist and advocate for the International Justice Mission, an organization that is pioneering the fight against human trafficking, this album is much more than just a compilation of songs. “This album is for those broken, the lost and the ones in need of rescue. It’s for me and it’s for them, whether ‘they’ are next door or half way across the world. This record is a reminder that through God’s grace and redemption, He has made us good enough, He sees us as ‘blameless.’ We’ve been forgiven and we can find the peace, satisfaction and rest we’re looking for in Him,” said Maclean. “This record is my mouthpiece to raise the volume of the already screaming heartbeat of the Father, crying ‘Set My People Free.’ When life hits in the hardest ways, and you need peace and you need an answer, let’s take Him at His word and together learn about truth, discover sustaining hope and put all of our trust in the only answer, God.”

    “She genuinely cares for people and has a story to tell; she genuinely wants to see people changed,” said Mabury. “I heard a girl singing at the beginning…now I hear a woman singing.”

    Sonically, Wanted reveals Maclean’s musical upbringing and love for powerful, soul-steeped vocalists from Etta James to Lauryn Hill.  This influence can be seen throughout the album that infuses her soaring vocals with modern pop and soul melodies thanks to the help of multi-talented producer Mabury. “Paul knows the world of worship and he’s a songwriter, a producer and one of the best drummers that I’ve heard,” said Maclean. “He is also extremely well-versed in the music that moves me. He has this backbone of soul and took the time to ‘get me’ and wanted to make music that was true to that.”

    During the past two years Maclean, who embraces song writing equally as much as being a vocalist, wrote heavily in preparation for this album. She co-wrote each of the 12 tracks on Wanted and loved getting to write with some of her favorites including Paul Mabury, Jason Ingram (Brandon Heath, Bebo Norman), Dave Barnes (Blake Shelton, Bebo Norman) and Cindy Morgan (Amy Grant, Mark Schultz).


    This post was posted in Music and was tagged with Featured, Mark Schultz, Hillsong, Brandon Heath, Bebo Norman, Dara Maclean, Dave Barnes, Amy Grant, All Sons & Daughters, Meredith Andrews, International Justic Mission, Blake Shelton, Cindy Morgan

  • Camp Comes to DVD This August

    Posted on July 9, 2013 by Family Christian

    Word Films announces the August 27 nationwide DVD release of the inspirational film “CAMP.” Inspired by true stories from camps for abused and neglected children, the film’s writer and director, Jacob Roebuck, tapped into real-life events to acknowledge the power of the camp experience and the opportunity it provides to give unconditional love to those seemingly forgotten children who need adults in their lives.

    “CAMP” is the story of a deeply troubled boy, Eli (Miles Elliot, “The Mentalist”), and an apathetic investment advisor, Ken (Michael Mattera), who get paired together at a summer camp for foster kids and discover the meaning of unconditional love. “We are excited for the opportunity to share the story of CAMP,” said Roebuck. “We want to entertain audiences, but we also hope they are inspired to get involved in the lives of abused and neglected kids in their communities. We are thrilled to work with Word on the video distribution of the picture. Not only do they bring a first-class distribution team for mainstream and Christian markets, they also understand the heart behind the film.”

    This inspirational film has received outstanding early acclaim from critics in addition to the Dove Foundation’s “Family-Approved” Seal:

    “This is a wonderful film about healing the wounds of your past... We are pleased to award this movie our Dove ‘Family-Approved’ Seal for ages 12 and over.” - The Dove Foundation

    “Most of the time, movies and television shows spotlight the lighter side of youth camps, but CAMP goes deeper to bring viewers face-to-face with the transformation that happens in the lives of children and even the adults that volunteer. It is incredibly heart affecting, even through the real-life interviews that play during the credits.” - DeWayne Hamby (Christian Retailing, White Wing Messenger)

    “Hollywood loves to entertain us. But CAMP does more than entertain – it inspires. It beautifully illustrates the huge impact the small sacrifice of a week’s time can make in the life of a child in foster care.” – Julie Gumm, best-selling author of “Adopt without Debt”

    Roebuck received inspiration for the film when he joined a summer missions trip and had the opportunity to help abused and neglected children through a program called Royal Family Camp. Once there, he felt the call to help the children he met that so desperately needed contact with loving and caring adults. A portion of the proceeds from the film benefit Royal Family KIDS, Inc., a 501 (c) (3) non-profit that serves as the nation’s leading network of camps for abused, neglected and abandoned children.


    This post was posted in Movies and was tagged with Featured, Camp

  • Behind the Songs with Darlene Zschech

    Posted on July 8, 2013 by Family Christian

    The long awaited live worship project from iconic worship leader Darlene Zschech is available now. Revealing Jesus is Darlene’s first worship recording in the U.S., and was produced by four time Grammy winner and Gold selling worship artist Israel Houghton at the Church of the Highlands in Birmingham, Alabama. In addition to Israel, Darlene is joined by friends Michael W Smith and Kari Jobe as co writers and performers on the project.

    Watch and listen as Darlene shares her thoughts behind some of the albums songs:

    Bonus video - Victor's Crown


    This post was posted in Music and was tagged with Featured, Kari Jobe, Darlene Zschech, Michael W. Smith, Israel Houghton

  • TFK Releases New EP Metamorphosiz II

    Posted on July 3, 2013 by Family Christian

    Modern rock favorite THOUSAND FOOT KRUTCH will release its second remix EP, Metamorphosiz II The End Remixes Vol. 2.  The EP features six songs from the independently released, five-star acclaimed and No. 1 selling Billboard Hard Rock album, The End Is Where We Begin, by noted remix talent Robbie Bronnimann, Andy Hunter, Solomon Olds, Rui Da Silva and Joshua Silverberg.

    The new EP follows the success of Metamorphosiz: The End Remixes, Vol. 1, which released Dec. 4, 2012 and sparked ESPN2 to load up “War Of Change,” “We Are” and “Let the Sparks Fly” remix tracks for placements on its show “First Take.”  New ESPN placements for “Vol. 2” are being considered now, including for NASCAR coverage.

    Bronnimann (Nicki Minaj, Chicane), Hunter (The Matrix: Reloaded, The Italian Job, ABC’s Alias) and Olds (Family Force 5, Newsboys), all featured on the first EP, return with brand new remixes.  Bronnimann tackles SiriusXM’s Octane Big ’Uns Countdown Top 10 single “Fly On The Wall” and hit radio single “Be Somebody. ” Hunter and Olds ‘trip out’ “Down” and “The End Is Where We Begin,” respectfully.  New to the mix are Portuguese musical innovator Silva (“Touch Me”) who takes on the militant “Courtesy Call,” and producer/songwriter Silverberg (Edison Glass, Abandon) with an unsullied take on “So Far Gone.”

    The full Metamorphosiz II The End Remixes Vol. 2 track and remix artist list follows:

    1) “Fly On The Wall (The Robbie Bronnimann Mix)” – Robbie Bronnimann
    2) “The End Is Where We Begin (Solomon Olds Remix)” – Solomon Olds
    3) “Courtesy Call (Rui Da Silva Remix)” – Rui Da Silva
    4) “Down (Andy Hunter Remix)” – Andy Hunter
    5) “Be Somebody (The Robbie Bronnimann Mix)” – Robbie Bronnimann
    6) “So Far Gone (Joshua Silverberg Remix)” – Joshua Silverberg

    As the band prepares to releases the new remix EP, TFK is also hitting the festival circuit this summer following its “War Of Change” winter/spring tour that was named one of Pollstar’s Top 50 tours this year.  While on tour, the band is performing fan favorites and hits from The End Is Where We Begin, including the top 40 Active Rock tracks “Let The Sparks Fly” and “War of Change.”  The latter song not only hit No. 1 on SiriusXM Satellite Radio’s Octane Big ‘Uns Countdown and is the No. 1 most-played this week on KADR FM (Des Moines), but also has become the band’s first-ever independent music video.  The video has recently been picked up by ClubCom Hard Rock (500 health clubs in the U.S., as well as locations in England, Australia and Japan), Promo Only Video Pool Express Video (Walt Disney World, MTV, Harrah's Casinos, Hard Rock Cafes, Royal Caribbean Cruise Line, Universal Studios, more), California Music Channel, TVU’s The Most Wanted, JCTV, Video Hits and many more. “War of Change” further became TFK’s 13th No. 1 song overall at Christian radio.

    TFK’s current single, “So Far Gone,” busted into the Top 10 of the Billboard Hot AC Christian chart for the first time April 15 at No. 9 and remains a Top 10 hit today, a full 8 weeks later.

    “This is a very intimate song. It’s a love song, and my way of saying, ‘I can’t get enough of you,’” says TFK frontman Trevor McNevan. “It’s a worship song to me.  There’s not a day in my life when I don’t need God more and want to get closer.”

    TFK has found that sometimes the best way to move forward is to go back to the basics, taking all of the raw energy and emotion of the past and channeling it into the present.   For those who’ve been following the Ontario, Canada-bred players since their formation in 1997, it’s been a continuously escalating highlight reel that includes best-selling albums, top Active Rock hits (“War Of Change,” “Let The Sparks Fly,” “Fire It Up” and “Move”), tours like last summer’s Third Annual Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival, plus a slew of soundtrack slots. In fact, the group has literally infiltrated every facet of pop culture, from ongoing ESPN appearances, to various NASCAR, MLB, NHL, WWE, NCAA and NFL airings (including the 2010 Super Bowl and Tennessee Titans’ 2012-13“kickoff” song), along with the “GI Joe” movie trailer, WGN-TV’s “Smallville” and EA Sports’ NHL 2010 and 2013 video games.


    This post was posted in Music and was tagged with Featured, Thousand Foot Krutch

  • The Cost of Freedom - Jenny Simmons

    Posted on July 2, 2013 by Family Christian

    written by Jenny Simmons

    Two days before my wedding, my dad received a call. He was being called up on a surprise deployment for the first anniversary of 9/11. He would leave in two days. By God's kindness, this was extended to four days and he was able to stand on the alter and lead my husband and I through our wedding vows before leaving to serve. He is a Chaplain- and as long as I have been alive- he has been in the military. I am 32.

    My mom could tell you the same kind of stories about her dad. My grandpa spent the better part of her growing up years deployed to Vietnam. He has four daughters and they all have moments where dad couldn't be there.

    My sister has a similar story. She and my brother-in-law tried to get pregnant for several years without luck. Then one day, they found out they were pregnant. The next week- literally the next week- he was deployed to Afghanistan. His third deployment to the battle zone since graduating from West Point nine years ago. My little sister is the most brave woman I know. As are most military spouses. He deployed and she journeyed through her very first pregnancy alone. Stationed half way across the world from our family, with her husband in eminent danger each and every day, she grew a baby. In the military, you get something called R&R, rest and relaxation. It's a two week escape from war. He chose his R&R for two days before her due date. He flew from Afghanistan to Hawaii- and I promise you my sister coaxed that sweet baby girl out of her the second he landed on Hawaiian soil! They knew they were on borrowed time. He watched his daughter come into the world. He spent two weeks with her. And then? He flew back to the war zone of Afghanistan.

    No new momma should have to figure out motherhood alone by day and pray that her husband will come home alive by night. But she did it. With grace. Strength. And bravery. She did what was required.

    Freedom is never free. It always requires sacrifice. And sacrifice hardly follows our plans. It doesn't check to see if anyone is getting married, buried or having a baby. It doesn't inquire about whether this is good for the kids or good for the spouse or even good for the man or woman being asked to serve and put their lives down on the line. And still, for hundreds of years, men and women have voluntarily said that this experiment in freedom is worth it. If, as Thomas Jefferson wrote, we truly hold these truths to be self evident: that all men are created equal and endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights; that among those are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness; then someone has to bear the cost of those liberties both at home and abroad.

    As we celebrate the birth of our nation and this grand experiment in freedom and self-governance, I am so grateful for the men, women, children and families who understand that freedom is never free. To those who offer themselves up as willing and ready- no matter when the call comes in- we thank you for protecting our inalienable rights. Life. Liberty. And the pursuit of happiness. We remember and celebrate you, and the many men and women who have served America before you, as we remember and celebrate our own freedom. Thank you for paying for the cost.

    "Our great modern Republic. May those who seek the blessings of its institutions and the protection of its flag remember the obligations they impose." ~Ulysses S. Grant

     

     

     

     


    This post was posted in Music and was tagged with Featured, Jenny Simmons, Freedom

  • "Blondes Do Have More Fun" Says Chonda Pierce

    Posted on July 2, 2013 by Family Christian

    Chonda Pierce Is The RIAA's Top Certified Female Comedian

    Chonda Pierce is known for Southern charm, neck snapping wit and a consistent ability to fill an arena, so it's no surprise that the sassy sensation was recently honored as the 'Top Certified Female Comedian' by the RIAA for career certifications comprising eight gold and three platinum long-form DVDs.

    In addition, on Saturday, June 22, Pierce performed to a sold-out, hometown crowd at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. The venue echoed with laughter as she delivered three hours of non-stop hilarity. The event was captured on film and will become her 10th long-form DVD. From Spanx and plastic surgery to men and 'tips for speaking Southern' Chonda's infectious style has earned her spots on The Wanda Sykes Show and The View.


    This post was posted in Movies and was tagged with Featured, Chonda Pierce

  • Love & the Outcome to Release Self-Titled Debut

    Posted on July 2, 2013 by Family Christian

    Word Entertainment’s Love & The Outcome, recently included in Billboard’s “Bubbling Under” feature on new and noteworthy acts, are gearing up to release their self-titled debut album on August 27. The 11-track album recalls the highs and lows of the journey vocalist Jodi King and bass player/vocalist Chris Rademaker have braved since departing their homeland of Canada, risking it all to pursue their musical dreams. That Jodi and Chris are also husband/wife makes the story that much more vivid. The album features the duo’s debut single, “He Is With Us,” which skyrocketed to the Top 25 on Billboard’s Christian Songs chart and No. 10 on Canada’s CCRC chart in a little over a month since its release.

    Co-Produced by Seth Mosley (Newsboys), Ben Glover (for KING & COUNTRY), David Garcia (TobyMac) and Jeff Pardo (Matthew West), Love & The Outcome balances Chris’ rock sensibilities with Jodi’s love of melodic pop artists. In addition, the duo’s influence is also revealed in the lyrics as they had a hand in writing each of the 11 tracks on the album.

    “We want these songs to become the soundtrack to people’s lives, and hope that the truth of these songs goes beyond the thrill of the live show to plant a seed in people’s hearts: to go for the things that they might be afraid to go for and join this joyful revolution,” said King. “That’s the whole point. A life that requires faith is worth living, and a life on the edge is one where you live hand-in-hand and arm-in-arm with God. That’s what we’re living for.”

    Love & The Outcome Track Listing:

    1.       When We Love
    2.       He Is With Us
    3.       No Mistaking (It’s You)
    4.       City Of God
    5.       Ask
    6.       The Story You’re Building In Me
    7.       Closer To You
    8.       Bring Us Back
    9.       King Of My Heart
    10.   Heart Like You
    11.   What A Promise

    Currently Love & The Outcome are on the road playing dates with the following upcoming shows:

    June 29 – Marina Park – Menominee, MI
    July 18 – India Hook United Methodist Church – Rock Hill, SC
    July 19 – Topeco Church of the Brethren – Floyd, VA
    July 20 – AllOutPraise! Festival – Donegal, PA
    July 23 – Celebration Community Church – Celebration, FL
    July 28 – CornerStone Church – San Antonio, TX
    August 3 – Covenant Ranch – Caddo Mills, TX
    August 9 – Knoebels Amusement Resort – Elysburg, PA
    August 10 – Royal Tailor @ Back to School Bash – Harrisonburg, VA
    August 11 – Indiana State Fair – Indianapolis, IN
    August 17 – First Baptist Church – Newcastle, OK
    August 19 – Young Harris College – Young Harris, GA
    August 21 – Cornerstone Church – East Longmeadow, MA
    August 22 – Crossroads Church – Pelham, NH
    August 23 – Sunday River Resort – Newry, ME
    August 24 – Keswick Landing Mall – Keswick, Canada
    August 31 – Van Wert County Fair – Van Wert, OH


    This post was posted in Music and was tagged with Featured, TobyMac, Matthew West, for King & Country, Love & The Outcome, Newboys

  • "Grace Unplugged" Film Soundtrack to Release in August

    Posted on July 2, 2013 by Family Christian

    Soundtrack Features Songs From The Film's Stars AJ Michalka And Jamie Grace, Also Includes Songs From TobyMac, Colton Dixon, Chris Tomlin And More

    Sparrow Records and Capitol Christian Music Group announce the "GRACE Unplugged" movie soundtrack, set for release on August 27th at both retail and online. "GRACE Unplugged," a Lionsgate/Roadside Attractions feature film starring AJ Michalka, James Denton, Kevin Pollack, Jamie Grace and more, is slated to hit theaters nationwide October 4.

    The soundtrack features the music heard throughout the movie, including three brand new recordings from Michalka ("Grace Trey"), such as the key song "All I've Ever Needed." Additionally, the soundtrack features songs from TobyMac, Chris Tomlin, Jamie Grace (who plays "Rachel"), Colton Dixon, Luminate, Josh Wilson, Shawn McDonald, and Nine Lashes.

    ABOUT "GRACE Unplugged":
    A talented young singer and aspiring songwriter’s Christian faith and family ties are tested when she defies her worship-pastor father and pursues pop-music stardom in "GRACE Unplugged," a moving and inspiring new film that explores the true meaning of success.

    Grace Trey (AJ Michalka) has just turned 18 and aspires to do more than sing in her church’s worship band, which is led by her father, Johnny Trey (James Denton), a one-time pop star who gave up his life in secular music when he became a Christian. Grace longs to escape his shadow and make a name for herself singing songs about something other than God, but Johnny warns her that fame is not as glamorous as it looks and reminds her that serving and worshipping God with the talent she’s been given is a far more worthwhile goal.

    When Johnny’s former manager, Frank “Mossy” Mostin (Kevin Pollak), shows up 20 years after the two parted ways to offer him another shot at the big time, Johnny declines the opportunity. But Grace takes it – without telling her parents. She records a cover version of her father’s old Top 10 hit, runs away to Los Angeles and, under Mossy’s guidance, begins to taste the kind of success she’s always dreamed of.  But with each rung of the ladder she climbs, Grace feels pressure to compromise her Christian values and learns not everyone who says they’re on her side really is. The one exception is Quentin (Michael Welch), an intern at her record company and a fellow Christian who urges Grace to reassess her choices and put God first again in her life. Will everything she experiences lead her to reject her faith … or rediscover it?

    "GRACE Unplugged" soundtrack song listing*:
    "All I've Ever Needed" – AJ Michalka
    "Desert Song" – AJ Michalka
    "You Never Let Go" – AJ Michalka
    "Misunderstood" – AJ Michalka
    "Holding On" – Jamie Grace
    "Our God" – Chris Tomlin
    "Steal My Show" – TobyMac
    "In and Out of Time" – Colton Dixon
    "The Void" – Nine Lashes
    "The Space Between Us" – Shawn McDonald
    "Welcome to Daylight" – Luminate
    "Amazing Grace" – Josh Wilson
    *Track listing subject to change


    This post was posted in Music, Movies and was tagged with Featured, TobyMac, Chris Tomlin, Josh Wilson, Colton Dixon, Grace Unplugged, AJ Michalka, Jamie Grace, Luminate, Shawn McDonald, Nine Lashes

  • New Spirit-Filled Life Bible Now in New Living Translation

    Posted on July 1, 2013 by Family Christian

    The best-selling New Spirit-Filled Life Bible has already captured the attention of two million readers around the world and can now be purchased in the easy-to-understand New Living Translation. This latest edition of the New Spirit-Filled Life Bible, is published by Thomas Nelson and available now.

    Presented in a crisp, new modern packaging, the NLT New Spirit-Filled Life Bible features the popular verse-by-verse study notes written by Editor Dr. Jack Hayford, founding pastor of The Church on the Way, and a team of anointed leaders. A great resource for gaining a deeper understanding of God’s Word, Hayford and his team are thrilled to have these notes now available in the New Living Translation.

    “There is a 'breathing' that comes through the New Living Translation which will assist readers in opening them to the essence of the Holy Spirit, actively transmitting the truth and wisdom of God's Word,” shares Dr. Hayford. “With His 'breath' comes understanding that will always relay the life and graces He originally 'breathed' (II Tim. 3:16).  Such reading with understanding and receptivity will always help us see Jesus Himself in the Word.
I welcome the NLT as a fresh, timely assist to our experiencing Christ revealed in our hearts and minds; increasingly making us “more and more like Him”--transforming of our daily worship and practical living as promised (II Cor. 3:18).”

    Compiled for Christians who want a fuller, more in-depth understanding of the Scriptures, the New Spirit-Filled Life Bible follows Dr. Hayford’s balanced biblical teaching and preaching ministry that will encourage daily Bible reading and study. The New Spirit-Filled Life Bible equips Christians through the power of the Word with content such as Kingdom Dynamics, Truth-In-Action charts, annotations that give clear verse-by-verse explanation to thousands of scriptures, Word Wealth, and maps, plus introductions and outlines for every book of the Bible.

    “Two decades! That’s how long the Spirit-Filled Life Bible brand has been serving Christians with best-selling Bibles,” said Robert Sanford, Vice President & Associate Publisher at Thomas Nelson. “We’re so pleased, now, to have partnered with our friends at Tyndale House Publishers to bring the New Spirit-Filled Life Bible in the popular New Living Translation.”

    The New Spirit-Filled Bible is also available in the NKJV translation, which was recently updated with a fresh, new packaging that complements the look of the NLT.


    This post was posted in Bibles and was tagged with Featured, New Living Bible, New King James Bible, Dr. Jack Hayford

  • Derek Webb Says: I Was Wrong, I'm Sorry & I Love You

    Posted on July 1, 2013 by Family Christian

    People say one of the hardest things to do is admit when you are wrong. Not so in the case for perennial critic favorite Derek Webb who is using his new studio album, I Was Wrong, I'm Sorry & I Love You, to do just that. Announced last week on RelevantMagazine.com, the long-awaited new project will be available beginning September 3. I Was Wrong, I'm Sorry & I Love You marks the 10 year anniversary of Webb's solo debut (She Must and Shall Go Free) and continues the conversation that began from his first record. In addition to playing almost every instrument on I Was Wrong, I'm Sorry & I Love You, Webb joins a handful of elite artists who wrote, recorded and produced every song on his record.

    Derek explains the project: "A lot changes in 10 years. Then again, a lot doesn't change. I'm so grateful for the fact that I can still sing and agree with every word of the 11 songs on my first album. But as I approached this 10 year anniversary I began to wonder what the album would have looked like if I were writing it today. What was initially nothing more than personal reminiscing and reflection quickly became the coordinates that led me to a new collection of songs - essentially a follow-up to my first album of 10 years ago."

    The result of these reflections is what birthed I Was Wrong, I'm Sorry & I Love You, an album that showcases Webb's rich, poetic songwriting and critical yet confessional insights into the church culture where he's made his living for over 20 years. His solo discography of records include: She Must and Shall Go Free, I See Things Upside Down, Mockingbird, The Ringing Bell, Stockholm Syndrome, Feedback and last year's Ctrl.

    Track Listing for I Was Wrong, I'm Sorry & I Love You:
    1. I Was Wrong, I'm Sorry & I Love You
    2. Eye of the Hurricane
    3. Lover Part 3
    4. Closer Than You Think
    5. Heavy
    6. Everything Will Change
    7. I Measure The Days (Simplified Anglicant Chant)
    8. A Place At Your Table
    9. Nothing But Love
    10. The Vow
    11. Your Heart Breaks In All The Right Places
    12. Thy Will Be Done


    This post was posted in Music and was tagged with Featured, Derek Webb

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