A song that originally came to Matthew West as a whisper, "The God Who Stays" was the Lord's reminder - "He’s in it for the long haul." In West's new joint venture with Provident Label Group/Sony Music and his own imprint Story House Music, here's the music video for "The God Who Stays."
Inspired by the story of Gary Miracle, who worked with MercyMe for many years on the road, but tragically lost both arms and legs in January of 2020. "Say I Won't" shines light on God’s ability to turn any tragedy into a stunning victory.
The song that's a frank musical discussion about the contrast between the struggles and pain we have now (in this life) in contrast to the joy and eternal hope we can have because of God’s plan for our lives.
There has been so much heartache and loss across the globe this past year. This song by Casting Crowns will resonate with everyone who has lost someone close either recently or as they remember from years past.
Watch the touching music video for "Scars in Heaven"...
Showing us the heartwarming ending first of the story that is to be told through music video from each song in their upcoming album, tentatively titled, the Spaceman, MercyMe gives us the official music video of their song, "Almost Home".
A stirring reminder from Jordan St. Cyr (who gave us the song, "Fires") that we are not alone. Wherever we find ourselves, God is always with us. Loving us. Healing us. Protecting us. And speaking to us through songs like this.
Two-time GRAMMY® award-winning duo for KING & COUNTRY released their poignant new single entitled “joy.”, which is the debut single from their highly-anticipated forthcoming third studio album, set to release later this year.
Of her song "Rescue", Lauren Daigle says, “’Rescue’ is the most emotional song on the record [Look Up Child]. It brings me to one of the deepest places in myself & means more than I can express. I’ve been waiting so long for you to hear it.” Here’s Lauren’s official music video for “Rescue”…..