Unspoken'srelease of this single, along with the announcement of their third album, both titled “Reason”, marks the band’s first full-length record in three years. In that time, Unspoken has not lost a single spec of the spark they've always had.
His own personal response to the voices that said he would never make it, Zach Williams came up with this song of deliverance and freedom. It's a powerful statement that Zach has set to an equally powerful official music video. The presentation may not be suitable for younger viewers. Parental discretion is advised.
This song epitomizes the slogan, “It’s not about you.” Casting Crowns sings, if others forget who we are, or the spotlight just won’t shine on us, then that’s just fine. We’re nobodies who need to tell everybody about Jesus!
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.
On the heels of his enormously successful duet, "There Was Jesus", sung with Dolly Parton, GRAMMY winner Zach Williams has released another single that let's us know - the success is not all going to his head!
Here is the official music video of Zach's song, "Less Like Me"...
The worship leader/songwriter who co-wrote "Good Good Father" with Chris Tomlin, comes on the scene on his own with a worship anthem that celebrates who Jesus Himself is - the Way, the Truth, and the Life!
Here's Pat Barrett with a touching (official) acoustic performance of his song, "The Way (New Horizon)"
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".
“Colossians 2:13-14 speaks of our lives before Christ as being ‘dead.’ There was a time I felt emotionally and spiritually dead, but then God changed me radically,” said Camp. “That is why I’m excited to share ‘Dead Man Walking’ – because it’s a song of thankfulness that even though I was once a ‘dead man walking’ I’m now a man ‘walking with God.’”
Here's the official music video for Jeremy Camp's "Dead Man Walking"...