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Channing Eleton: Making the Most of Every One of These Days

    Channing Eleton: Making the Most of Every One of These Days   By Lorraine Walker   Channing Eleton is a brilliant pianist with a resume that includes top…

Christmas Wrappings

Merry Christmas everyone! ‘Tis the Season for packages under the tree, gift bags exchanged over a cup of steaming mocha cappuccino and mysterious boxes in the mail. I love giving…

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Southern Artists’ Favorite Christmas Songs ‘Tis the season of music! Christmas songs and carols are everywhere and what a great time to listen to old and new favorites, organs, bells…

Trimming The Tree And…The Excess Of My Heart

It was right about when she hung that mess of balls together and he strung the gold beads all criss-crossy on our tree that I remembered a scene from a…

A Canadian Christmas with The Chapelaires

By Sheila Jackson as told to Lorraine Walker The Chapelaires are one of Ontario’s favorite mixed groups and have been singing Southern Gospel for over four decades. Dave and Sheila…

Booth Brothers Concert Review

Booth Brothers Concert Review   By Rhonda Frye There’s no doubt about it, the Booth Brothers are one of the most respected and adored groups in the Southern Gospel Music…

Mark 209: Nashville’s Newest Name in Christian Music

There’s a new name in Southern Gospel, from Nashville, Tennessee: Welcome the Country quartet Mark 209. At the retirement of the Mystery Men Quartet name and group, several members of…

WILBURN AND WILBURN

WILBURN AND WILBURN By Sandi Duncan Clark   A young boy stood proudly beside his Mother; fresh-faced, his dark hair parted and combed perfectly. His suit was spotless and his…

We Are Proud To Be Christians: Written and Sung by Tammy Jones Robinette

  Songwriters sometimes use different happenings and occurrences in their lives as sources for their inspiration in writing gospel songs.  I too have written from experiences, and from situations that…

Thanks But No Thanks

I love free swag, whether it’s a stuffed owl from the local phone company or a squishy stress ball shaped like an apple from a life insurance agent. I especially…