It’s quite amazing how someone’s testimony of faith in Christ amidst the horror of life gave birth to a powerful and beautiful song. Well, we’re talking about “I Believe in a Hill Called Mt. Calvary,” which the Gaither Vocal Band ...

“He Touched Me” is without a doubt Bill Gaither Trio’s most famous song.  Released in 1969, off the trio’s album Heartwarming, several artists have recorded the song, including Jimmy Durante, Connie Smith, Tennessee Ernie Ford, and Elvis Presley. The Song ...

Home is more than a physical structure. It is a sanctuary providing an escape from the busyness and intrusiveness of the world. It has been a subject of abundant written works because of the profound memories built in it. Via ...

The Past and present members of the Gaither Vocal Band gave us a sweet rendition of the worship song “He Touched Me.” They came together for a reunion performance of this song which is written by Bill in 1963. Today, ...

The talented members of the Gaither Vocal Band give us a beautiful song entitled “Jesus Is Everywhere.” Via YouTube.com by Screengrab If you think that you are in the wrong place right now, remember that “Jesus Is Everywhere.” The best ...

Although Christmas is three months over, this does not stop us from celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. In fact, as Christians, it should be part of our daily devotion to glorify God for sending His son to dwell on ...

How do you picture the coming of Christ? Do you think it will be as silent as the night? Or would it be grand, where people rejoice and praise Him? Will the coming of the King be a frightening sight ...

Who would not know long-time gospel singer JD Sumner? More than having a big, bass voice, God has tremendously blessed him with a big heart overflowing with love. With this, we want to honor his memory by making one of ...

Gaither Vocal Band | Photo: Screen grabbed from Youtube The proverb, “Home is where the heart is” originated from Gaius Plinius Secundus, a Roman philosopher better known as Pliny the Elder. This old adage has been used since time immemorial. Nowadays, we often ...

If I were to ask you to enumerate the songs of the great Kris Kristofferson, what would be the first song that would come into your mind? “Why Me, Lord” would probably be on the top list of most of ...

That was indeed spirit-warming! Thanks to this amazing gospel band who never failed to move us with their stunning performances. Every singing session with them is inspiration-filled and truly soul-piercing. The song that we just enjoyed singing with the Gaither ...

The Gaither Vocal Band / (Photo credit: Screen grabbed from Youtube) Jesus, our Savior, protector, dear friend, and everything deserves all the glory and praises from us, His children. Yet, oftentimes, we forget to thank Him for the countless things ...

                      Photo: Screen grabbed from Youtube “I am the Alpha and the Omega,” says the Lord, “who is and who was and who is to come, the Almighty.” (Rev. 1:8) ...

Gaither Vocal Band/Screen grabbed from Youtube (GaitherVEVO) Songs that are being sung jubilantly radiate positive vibes that they oftentimes leave listeners extremely delighted. That particularly rings true to the featured song and its performers in our story today. The tune ...

Ray Palmer penned the words to this hymn in a personal notebook that he used for poetry, prayers, and prose. He wrote it in response to a tough year and never planned to show it to anyone. Years later, he ...

Source: GaitherVEVO Our God is indeed an awesome God. Although we don’t see Him personally, He works in ways that allow us to see, hear, and feel His presence. He even promised to be with His people no matter what ...

We all face it at least once in our life – storm. Even in the Bible, we can meet a lot of people who faced their own storms. To cite some examples, Job endured just about every terrible thing imaginable. ...