Kim and I just saw the movie, “I Can Only Imagine” and will highly recommend it to you. Not only a great song but when you know the story behind the song and the band, the film is that much more significant.
While I’m at it, this song came out in the band’s early years. Our ISC/Journeyman Team at the IMB recommended that our creative videographers to get with the band and shoot a music video, this one is “Here Am I” (think missions and evangelism)…
And how can you forget this one, another story about his father, goes well with the film…
Easter is this weekend (April 8, 2012). Make sure to worship the risen Savior on Sunday. Once we know the cost of salvation, how can we continue to be “Christmas and Easter” Christians? Attend church and a small group every week.
Here is the gospel of Christ in one powerful song by Natalie Grant:
Here is Kari Jobe singing her hit song, “We Are.” Think about the impact that you can have on a lost and dying world. You don’t have to go around the world to shine, just cross the street or talk to the guy in the next cubicle.
Every secret, every shame. Every fear, every pain.
Live inside the dark, but that’s not who we are; we are children of the day.
So wake up sleeper, lift your head. We were meant for more than this.
Fight the shadows, conquer death, make the most of the time we have left.
We are the light of the world. We are the city on a hill
We are the light of the world. We gotta, we gotta, we gotta let the light shine.
We are called to the spread the news, tell the world the … [ Continue Reading ]
Courageous, the new action-packed movie from the creators of Fireproof, is a powerful reminder of the impact fathers have on their kids, and the legacy they will leave for future generations.
Multi-Platinum, Grammy Award-winning artist Casting Crowns wrote and recorded a song by the same title, “Courageous,” that will be featured in the film, and appear on the band’s upcoming album, Come To The Well, available everywhere October 18.
The movie opens September 30, 2011. I can’t wait for all my friends to see this film.
A song for the Men of Steel that urges you to be the man of God she and your kids need for you to be.