“Dry Bones” is a song that gets up and goes and we enjoy singing it! It is the song of the week and we hope you give it a listen and enjoy the message of “Dry Bones.”
No matter what we got through in life. No matter what we face. God is still in control of our lives and He is in control of our situation. Our Song Of The Week talks about that, listen to “You’re Still Lord.”
This classic song written by Bill and Gloria Gaither is a classic song and one of the most powerful songs that we have ever recorded. We are thrilled to feature it as our Song Of The Week and we hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
This is our last concert (for this trip) in Michigan and we would love to see you in Battle Creek this coming Sunday at 10:30 AM. For more information on upcoming concerts in New York, Kentucky and Georgia, check out the schedule page on our website! Be sure to always verify that the concert is still happening as planned as our schedule is still continuously changing.
Pamela Warren wrote “The Cross” a few years ago and this week we are featuring that song as the Song Of The Week. As an added bonus, we are including Pamela Warren telling the amazing story behind the song.
This week we are still in Michigan at Factoryville Bible Church. Stop by and see us if you are in the area!!! For more information, visit our concert schedule page.
The only a cappella song that we have ever recorded is our Song Of The Week. “The Love Of God” is a song that celebrates God ‘s love for us and the vastness of it. It is a well-known song and we always enjoy singing it.
There will come a day when the cares of this earth will no longer matter! We will be done with them! This is an old song that celebrates that day and we love the upbeat message and the upbeat tempo! Enjoy this live version of “We’ll Soon Be Done With Troubles And Trials.”
Our Song Of The Week came out several years ago when the Gaither Vocal Band recorded it. We love the message of the song and while we do not sing it much in concert anymore, we hope you enjoy “Give It Away.”