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The Artist Spotlight – With Colton Dixon

Dropped by his record label, Colton Dixon shares in this Artist Spotlight interview how, as he trusted in God, God brought about bigger plans. 

The Artist Spotlight with Rebecca St James

On the 25th anniversary of Rebecca St. James’s first big album ‘God’, she reflects on 25 years and lets us in on new music she’s working on now.

“I Didn’t Know If Using My Gift Was Appropriate” – ‘Voice’ Winner Bella Taylor-Smith

Having experienced some pushback about her singing ambitions, Bella Taylor-Smith now sees clearly about what she should do with her talent.

Mahalia Barnes on Music, Christmas and What Makes Jimmy Barnes Cry

The Barnes family love Christmas, and music is a big part of that. Mahalia talks about how they come together to sing, jam and enjoy time together.

Matthew West’s New Album Sums Up Another Pandemic Year: ‘We Need Christmas’

Releasing ‘We Need Christmas’ is something Matthew hopes will help people have their own moments of clarity with God at this time of year.

Needtobreathe’s Josh Lovelace Has Redefined Success and It’s Not More Awards

Finding the balance between what he does with Needtobreathe and what’s important outside band life was a surprising gift for Josh Lovelace.

Religion and Politics: Is a Relationship Between the Two All Bad?

Greg Sheridan AO is an Australian journalist who has been immersed in the world of power, politics and faith for over 40 years.

Finally Free and a Little Afraid: Mac Powell on Making Music After Third Day

Christian music veteran Mac Powell (Third Day), has just released his first Christian solo project, ‘New Creation’.

Jamila Rizvi on Giving Women Their “Work Confidence” Back

A lot of women lose confidence in their career prospects when they become mothers. But confidence isn’t a reflection of ability says Jamila Rizvi.

Tragedy Shows Us Humans Are Compelled to Help: ‘A Fire Inside’ Book and Doco

“This idea that is built into all of us, into our DNA, is this desire and reflex to help,” Ebony Gaylor, sociologist and social futurist.

Five Years In The Making: Young & Free’s Alexander Pappas Releases Solo EP ‘Idaho’

Alexander Pappas inadvertently captured the COVID fatigue feeling in his first single, that was actually inspired by pre-pandemic challenges.

The Fight for Our Attention is Real Says Colony House Frontman Caleb Chapman

Caleb Chapman shares about his desire to live intentionally and be present with his wife, children and bandmates – not just record songs.

Ruthless Comparison is the Key to Success Says Hollywood’s Phil Cooke

Phil Cooke has produced TV and film in more than 60 countries around the world. He’s been shot at, survived military coups and threatened with prison.

Switchfoot’s Tim Foreman Says Opposition is an Opportunity to Grow

“…Can you make something beautiful with people that you strongly disagree with? I think you can, and I think we need to.”

“I Was Always Aware I Had to be Bigger Than the Black Line” – Olympian Elka Whalan

Olympian and former competitive swimmer Elka Whalan believes it’s important to find meaning and purpose beyond your sport.

“Sharks Are Like Dogs”: Valerie Taylor Has Had to Undo Her ‘Jaws’ Influence

Valerie Taylor has spent much of her work as a conservationist re-educating the public about what sharks are really like.

Grieving Can be One of the Greatest Paths to Joy – Award-Winning Artist Ellie Holcomb

Singer songwriter Ellie Holcomb co-wrote ‘Color’ with Needtobreathe frontman Bear Rinehart, a song that overflows with joy.

Most Asked About Parenting Topics: “Queen of Common Sense” Maggie Dent

“COVID has taught us that some things are out of our control. We can’t change them,” says podcaster and author – Maggie Dent