Jason Crabb, the Grammy award-winning singer and author, released his first children's book, "One God, One You," and will be available at www.JaseCrabb.com and at his concerts.
"For as long as I can remember, I've wanted to write a children's book. This has been a dream of mine– to impact the lives of our most precious gift, our children," Jason told LittleJesusFreaks.com. "As a father, I know how important it is for those little eyes to read good, positive, material. This book lets the reader know they are something special and that God created them with a purpose! I hope this will touch the hearts of children, parents, grandparents and anyone with a child in their life. All children need to know they are special!"
The book follows the story of Evan, a boy who sings and plays ukulele. Evan learns how important the love for music is through getting his own personal Jase the Crabb at a Jason Crabb concert, according to a press release. more >>
Winter Jam 2013 produced many spectacular moments, but perhaps none greater than pop/rock sibling trio OBB as they wowed the crowd with their performances.
Signed to Curb records, the brothers will have a number of "high-profile" appearances around the country and are set to debut on national radio with their single "Come On Home" next month, a press release from the group said.
Winter Jam was the No. 1 tour of the first quarter of 2013, and OBB got to enjoy that statistic as they played to around 500,000 people according to the press release. more >>
Hillsong Live will be releasing their 22nd live recorded album, Glorious Ruins on July 2, and for the first time it will be recorded in two locations.
The dual locations are London, England and Sydney, Australia. Having two locations was instrumental to the vision of the church's plan, to spread the message around the globe, according to The M Collective.
"Ruins can speak of crushing defeat or perhaps of something abandoned, but the good news today is that the ruins come to life," explains Senior Pastor of Hillsong Church Brian Houston in a press release. "Through Jesus Christ what we look at is ruins that become glorious." more >>
Lecrae is scheduled to perform at this year's Rock the Bells hip-hop festival that will also feature veteran acts such as the Wu-Tang Clan and Rakim.
The line-up for the festival was released today along with the dates as Rock the Bells will kick off at the Shoreline Amphitheater in Mountain View, California on Sept. 14 and 15.
"We have curated a multi-generational line-up that includes the best and brightest artists in the genre," said Chang Weisberg, owner and founder of Guerilla Union the company that puts on Rock the Bells. "It's is not great hip-hop music. It's great music, period. It's a collection of artists who represent, respect and recognize everything that Rock the Bells ... has accomplished in its storied history" more >>
Katy Perry's mother approved of Perry's divorce from comedian Russell Brand last year, a new report revealed.
In fact, the pop singer's Evangelist mother was grateful to God for the end of Perry's 14-month marriage.
"My mom thanks God every day for my divorce," Perry told The Sun U.K. more >>
Outspoken rapper and entertainer Lupe Fiasco had his Twitter account taken over by his management team soon after getting into a Twitter debate over the role Marxism plays in a revolution.
The rapper tweeted Sunday a known Marxist theory as part of the #PhilosophySunday forum taking place on Twitter. The rapper was asking his followers to give their opinions on the idea that: "Actual Revolution which affects wholesale societal change is only seen via technological advancement."
After some back and forth Fiasco weighed in on the issue. more >>