LOMA LINDA, Calif. — Openly Christian heartthrob and recording artist Justin Bieber has accepted an invitation to be the praise leader for Loma Linda Academy’s Week of Prayer later this school Read more […]
BRADFORD, England — British heartthrob Zayn Malik spoke out for the first time today about his plans after quitting ultra popular boy band One Direction earlier this week. In a complete Read more […]
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Wildly popular a capella group Pentatonix has been booked to perform at this summer’s July 2-11 General Conference session in San Antonio. The group, formed in 2011, Read more […]
SILVER SPRING, Md. — Hundreds of church executives and other employees have been trapped inside the General Conference building since the spotting of a suspicious-looking drum set in the Read more […]
Takoma Park, Md. — Hailed as an “historic milestone in the growth of Sligo Church,” Senior Pastor Charles Tapp announced today that the church would inaugurate a smoke machine next Sabbath. Read more […]
You’ve probably heard the argument that only hymns should be sung in church as they are the most holy (read: can be played softly on a piano or organ) and don’t have those evil voodoo beats. You’ve probably also heard the counter-argument that most hymn tunes originated as a bar song. We’ve always wondered about this and decided to do a little digging into the history of some beloved hymns. (Note: All hymns come from the Seventh-day Adventist Hymnal, 1986 edition. Yeah, we’re old school like that.) Now get ready to rock!
DULUTH, Ga. — Cody Huckley, a 16-year-old Adventist junior at Atlanta Adventist Academy, has begun touring churches around the country with a burning message he’s titled All We Need is Drums. Cody Read more […]
PLACERVILLE, Calif. — In what has quickly been branded as the biggest reinvention in Adventist music history, the Heritage Singers announced today that they will release a hip-hop album. Read more […]