The highly aticipated 2016 release of the new Newsboys “Love Riot” Album is here.
God’s Not Dead – The Movie! A story of intersecting lives, each on a different path but all on the same journey – an atheist Philosophy professor (Kevin Sorbo), a converted Muslim (Hadeel Sittu), a callous businessman (Dean Cain), a desperate reporter (Trisha LaFache), an anxious pastor (David A.R. White), and an abused girlfriend (Cory Oliver). Weaving together in a journey of faith, denial, doubt, and trust leading to a decision that will change all their lives. (featuring Newsboys).
For the first time in the iconic band’s history, Newsboys presents a collection of favorite hymns. Hallelujah For The Cross features the group’s rock take on nine classics and one new selection.
This album finds Michael Tait leading his bandmates through a well-rounded set of worship originals and covers with a palpable sense of mission. Tait’s sure grasp of his grooves gives these tracks an insistent rhythmic undertow to match the brawny guitars and rallying-cry background vocals. God’s Not Dead benefits from forceful new material written by Jason Ingram, Jared Anderson, and Me in Motion’s Seth Mosley. Tracks like “The King Is Coming,” “Here We Stand,” and “Pouring It Out for You” are musically bold and lyrically fervent. More nuanced but equally effective is “All the Way,” a rock waltz lent color by acoustic guitar and organ. Newsboys complement their fresh material by injecting “fresh” into such worship favorites as “Forever Reign,” “Your Love Never Fails,” and “Revelation Song.” Worth special mention are the guest vocals of Tait’s old dcTalk partner Kevin Max on “God’s Not Dead (Like a Lion)” and “I Am Second.” Tait and the ‘Boys make powerful praise music together, and that’s good news indeed.
The highly anticipated 2019 release of Newsboys United the Album is here.
The Rev. Dave Hill faces an unexpected setback when his beloved church burns down — prompting the officials at the adjoining university to try and kick his congregation off campus. Battle lines are quickly drawn between the church and the community as the reverend now finds himself at odds with his longtime friend — the president of the school. Facing a legal battle, Hill soon seeks help from his estranged brother — a big-city lawyer and atheist — in a fight to help rebuild the church.. (featuring Newsboys).