Author: Robert Till

Hope Darst: “Peace Be Still” and Overcoming Fear

Hope Darst is a Fair Trade recording artist and a worship leader at the Belongingco church in Nashville alongside the likes of Natalie Grant, Mia Fieldes, Meredith Andrews, and many more well-known worship leaders and artists. But a record deal and commercial exposure were a long time in the making

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Andrew and Michael

LION & BEAR: Finding Beauty In Brokeness

BEC Recordings’ artists Andrew Enos and Michael Landingham (“Lion & Bear”) have suffered more than their fair share of loss and tragedies. The young California natives, actual brothers-in-law, have adopted the theme of lament for their music. And rightly so.  Michael and his wife lost their twin sons within days

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Matthew West

Matthew West: A Brand New… Everything!

The 5-time Grammy nominee, Matthew West, is hitting the reset button! Matthew is in a brand new season of leadership with younger artists and producers. This flood of productivity has come after a self-described “desert season” that has finally come to an end. With a whole new attitude and new

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Jillian Edwards: Finding Herself In Heaven’s Eyes

“Tell me again a million times,Who I am in heaven’s eyes,” sings Jillian Edwards, a native of Texas now pro singer-songwriter living in Nashville with husband, Will Chapman, and daughter Willow Faye. With songs placed on episodes of Nashville, Grey’s Anatomy, Pretty Little Liars, and Citibank ads, Edwards is in

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Phil Joel: Newsboys, Zealand Worship, and Choosing Family Over Fame

Phil Joel, bassist and vocalist with the iconic Christian band Newsboys for over a dozen years, solo artist, author, and frontman for the band Zealand has sworn off social media.  No Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Youtube, Qzone, Weibo, Reddit, Flickr, Tumblr, Meetup or Odnoklassniki, which, by the way has 71

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