Worship leader Kristian Stanfill sits down with host Nancy Turner to share about his part in creating Passion’s latest album, Worthy of Your Name, recorded live in the Georgia Dome with the help of several thousand college students. What they came away with was over a dozen songs proclaiming God’s love and declaring that He is indeed worthy of His name. Don’t miss going behind the music with Kristian Stanfill on Moody Radio’s This is the Day podcast at www.thisistheday.fm. That’s...
For King and Country
Joel Smallbone of the two-time Grammy Award-winning duo, For King and Country, joins Nancy Turner on the This is the Day podcast. You’ll hear about what inspires him and his brother Luke in their songwriting and why they decided to expand the reach of their message that every life has value through a feature film called “Priceless.” It’s a powerful conversation you won’t want to miss!
Up Close & Personal with David Crowder
With a unique style all his own, David Crowder’s songs are being sung in churches across the country reminiscent of old-time gospel music. His passion is to see people express themselves to God through music that tells a story on his latest album ‘American Prodigal.’ Join Nancy Turner along with artist David Crowder for an up close and personal conversation on the next This is the Day podcast.
Up Close & Personal with Rend Collective
Hailing from a small coastal town in Northern Ireland, the band Rend Collective describes themselves as more of a family. Their unique approach to worship with a folk music influence clearly resonates with a generation seeking a fresh expression of faith. Go behind the music with Rend Collective on the next This is the Day podcast.