Month: July 2018

Gospel artist Reuben Kigame is set to launch a book titled “Christian Apologetics through African eyes”   on Sunday 29th July 2018 at All Saints’ Cathedral from 2pm. He will also be giving a public lecture the same day on the same. Despite being blind, Reuben has never stopped and doing what he is passionate about. In […]

The family gospel trio “The Martins” will be realeasing their new album titled ‘Still Standing’ on 13th July 2018. This will be their 14th album. Nearly 30 years into their music ministry, The Martins are still enjoying the experience of singing, recording and performing more than ever, but that doesn’t mean everything’s always been rosy for the eight-time […]

In mid-June, Gospel group Zion’s Joy! quietly released a music video for their new single, “What Would Heaven Look Like” – the title track from their upcoming album from Habakkuk Music/InGrooves/Universal.  On or about July 1st, with over 12,000 views and climbing, Facebook deleted the video without warning or notification. Attempts to reach Facebook to […]

Lexi’s continued success with her current album, JUST LISTEN, generates new remix EP Just Listen: The Remixes available digitally today ( The remix EP includes fresh versions of top tracks from the new album, and Lexi shared the original and charming cartoon cover on her social platforms page today. Released last month, JUST LISTEN, debuted at number 5 on Billboard’s […]

The Church of England has some of the most impressive church buildings in the world, but many of them are largely empty. Church statistics show average attendance is only 35 worshippers, and one quarter of churches average only 13.  The average Church of England member is 68 years old. Looking to fill its pews again, church […]

The popular Bible Tour returns this fall, visiting 14 markets around the U.S. Now in its fourth year, this not-to-be-missed live concert worship event will feature music from award-winning artists Matt Maher, Natalie Grant, Andrew Peterson, Daniel & Harvest Bashta, and Steven Malcolm. The Bible Tour 2018 is more than just a concert—it’s a live worship experience suitable for the entire family. […]

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