Posts Tagged ‘Passion’

This New Passion Song Might Make You Jump Out Of Your Car

Kristian Stanfill, Melodie Malone, and Brett Younker from Passion join me on Episode 43 of the More Than The Music Podcast to share the stories behind their album, “Worthy Of Your Name,” including how a song they sang in their car was later sung by 55,000 people. Subscribe through iTunes | Subscribe through Google Play | Subscribe Using the RSS Feed Kristian says the first time he heard the demo of “Glorious Day” he couldn’t contain his excitement. We were writing… … Continue reading

Kristian Stanfill and Passion Prepare for Roadshow

The Rock and Worship Roadshow will be in Salem on Saturday March 18. Helping lead us in worship that day will be Kristian Stanfill and Passion. Kristian shared with us how they prepare for a tour like Roadshow. “We know that even as we rehearse God can use what we’re doing with His power. When you go on a tour like this you have all different kinds of people in the room. You have people… … Continue reading

This Passion Song is Full of Contagious Joy!

You called my name And I ran out of that grave Out of the darkness Into Your glorious day – “Glorious Day” by Passion This song, “Glorious Day” is all about what God has done for us. Kristian Stanfill, lead singer of Passion, says, “When you start singing about that and singing about coming back to life and our dead heart beating the life of Jesus, it really brings a joy out of people.” Check… … Continue reading

Watch This Awesome Surprise Performance by Carrie Underwood and Crowder!

Carrie Underwood surprised thousands of students at the Passion 2017 Conference in Atlanta! She joined Crowder onstage during his set, first adding some soulful backup on his original song, “Lift Your Head Weary Sinner.” (Carrie shows up at about the 3:00 mark.)   Crowder and the band returned the favor and accompanied Carrie on her song “Something in the Water.” The lyrics capture the joy of finding Christ’s love and mercy for the first time.… … Continue reading

Don’t Let the Passion Die

Water sloshing in the small pool, a man descends into the water sobbing. This is no ordinary looking man, but a very tall, muscular man. The sight of him crying stops me in my tracks. Grown men rarely cry and when they do it’s never openly in front of a crowd of people, but today is baptism Sunday at my church. The pastor talks with the man then dunks him under the water and raises… … Continue reading