On the Billboard Gospel charts this week we have a new number one for a second straight week. The compilation CD “Billboard #1 Gospel Hits” debuts at #1. Continue reading
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This week Christmas music has relinquished its hold on the top spot, making way for Fred Hammond’s album “I Will Trust” to take over the top sales spot. Continue reading
Gospel newcomer Ruth La’Ontra released her third single off her album “So Good” this week. Continue reading
It’s been an incredible year, and Path MEGAzine is glad to have kept you informed with everything Gospel and Christian. Below are the top 20 stories that impacted the Gospel community in 2014. Continue reading
There was only minor movement on the charts this week, but some movementÂ none-the-less. Motown Gospel’s “Motown Christmas” compilation continues to lead the way for a fourth straight week. On into the new year listeners are still enjoying the sweet sounds of some of Gospel’s best artists coming together in harmony. Continue reading
All it takes is one listen to Brian Courtney Wilson. Then youâ€™re wondrously hooked. Continue reading
This week for a third consecutive week Motown Gospel’s “Motown Christmas” comes in first place. With Christmas in the rear-a-view mirror it will be interesting to see how quickly the album drops from the top 10 in coming weeks. Continue reading
On the Billboard Gospel charts this week Christmas CDs continue to flood the top 10. Record label Motown Gospel’s compilation “Motown Christmas” is at #1 for a second straight week. Continue reading
The events that are transpiring today – from extreme terrorism to extreme earth changes and more – are challenging our core beliefs. If there is a God, why did He allow man to fall? If God is omnipotent, why does He allow Satan to exist in his creation? Why canâ€™t God just make everything alright? These are a few of the provocative questions which are currently asked of Christianity. Continue reading