Music

A Craft Surrendered

Instead of being served by the marketplace, the worship leader can become the servant of the marketplace. 

Embracing the Burden

It is the life that is turned outward, to the needs of others, that often becomes the life with a more fully-formed perspective.

Modus Operandi

It is the fatal flaw of modernity to believe that placing mind over emotion will ever result in anything, other than a self-affirming conclusion – as if the wrangling of the human will into submission were an academic puzzle to be solved.

Speaking With Your Own Voice

When our convictions aren’t any more substantive than bumper sticker platitudes and memes – they’re just a poor substitute for real convictions.

Secure and Insecure

I know it’s all part of the human condition, but we don’t ever want it to be part of OUR condition!

Out of the Corner of My Eye

When I look directly at Christmas, I find a storehouse of memories and touchstones, an intertwining of personal experiences with my faith traditions — and over the years there is a discernable cumulative effect.

A Different Drummer

For the creative mind, the social norms, which for most people, end up being either followed or challenged – are mostly ignored.

Not An Orphan

Tell it to my soul and I’ll tell it to the world…I’m not an orphan anymore.

Dream Of A World Like That

We all live with some measure of discontent, making us all susceptible to accepting various impermanent remedies, without question.

HOPE RISING: An Online Worship Event

Candace Cameron Bure will have a “Full House” this Sunday, virtually hosting a large group of global Christian influencers to fight the good fight of faith against COVID-19. Together with her brother, Kirk Cameron, the two Cameron actors are uniting with a broadcast of Christian musicians and speakers like For King and Country, Casting Crowns, […]

Celebrating MAKE MUSIC DAY

At Kingdom Winds, we join together with everyone across the globe to recognize God’s wonderful blessing and gift of music. It is with particular thankfulness and joy that we celebrate our favorite genre—Praise and Worship music!

MercyMe, They Had Quite a Year

While MercyMe stands with 24 years in the Christian music industry, their 2018 prosperity indicates the band’s inveterate success.

Josh Baldwin’s The War is Over

Josh Baldwin reminds listeners that everything changed after Jesus freely gave Himself. The war with death and the grave ceased, and He walked away with abundant life, promising humanity that there is hope, victory, and eternity if they surrender to Him.

Dance to Freedom

The seasons have changed, the tide has shifted, and the time to move is near. Allowing yourself to let go and begin again is always hard but within the difficulty, you find true growth and freedom.