January 1, 2023, marked the 250th anniversary of the first time the famous hymn, Amazing Grace, written by John Newton, was ever sung. Between 1787 and 1838, Amazing Grace was sung at many protest rallies in the movement to abolish slavery throughout the British Empire.
Celebrating its 50th anniversary after rehearsing amid missile strikes and blackouts.
From busking in shopping centres to travelling the world, music and worship has always helped Eloise Robertson express her heart to God.
The true story behind ‘I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day.’
Christian children’s entertainer says he’ll be “dashing through the bush in a rusty Holden ute.”
Calls for more diversity and younger participants amid cost of living pressures.
Several Gospel and Christian artists take home a pair of statuettes.
It is hard to find a person who hasn’t heard Amazing Grace. The well-known tune has been played at countless services worldwide, with many cover versions created and performed.
Stars Go Dim was originally formed in 2007 by Christian pop musician and composer Chris Cleveland. After years at the head of a secular band, Chris earned success in the Christian genre with his self-titled first album.
In the beginning of his music career, Nitro X won over music fans by recording and self-producing new, fresh music. He makes his own style by mixing catchy pop melodies with tracks that are produced in a creative and delicate way. He already has 600,000 Spotify streams at the age of just 16!
Taya Gaukrodger was a youth group leader before embarking on a music career as a Hillsong United singer. She rose to prominence after singing on the song “Oceans” and has just released her debut single as a solo artist.
Grammy award-winning duo for KING & COUNTRY make a powerful statement with the release of their third album. Joel and Luke explore forgiveness, hope and love on ‘What are We Waiting For.’
Dami told Rise and Shine that her lockdown obsession with cacti inspired her new single ‘Lonely Cactus’, but says the song actually has a serious meaning.
“I think God is going to reveal Himself to be really, really kind and good. And maybe He’s going to remind us of what really matters and it’s not about success.”
In the difficulties of Covid-19, Chris says believers have an opportunity to learn something new about worship: that it’s refined in times of trouble, and is our way through the trouble.
As Christmas draws closer, For King & Country reflect on the unique and challenging year that has passed and share the hope that Christmas brings.
Last year the Newsboys reunited with their former lead singer Peter Furler to form ‘Newsboys United’. Drummer Duncan Phillips shares how and why it happened.
As performances in some Churches get more and more elaborate, are today’s worship songs are for entertainment or genuine worship?
She talks about the early years of her career, public abstinence, her new EP ‘Dawn’ and trouble conceiving second child.
Dami Im shares part of her story about the the challenges of stardom and how she finds comfort, peace, and purpose in God.
As part of this year’s CONNECT20 Online – an Australian Media and Arts Summit, you can take part in some of the online experience – for free!
When singer Chris Sebastian and his wife lost a baby during pregnancy in 2018, it couldn’t have been more devastating.
Jeremy Camp talks about watching his life turned into a movie, and how it’s the message of hope we need right now.
Rend Collective’s lead singer Chris Llewellyn shares about how the band began and their heart for using music to share Jesus.
Reaching the music industry’s pinnacle with a Grammy, and being at the forefront of global Christian worship music, Brooke is at times “terrified”—and daily has to call on God for His help.