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When it comes to ’90s Christian alt-rock, few names are as revered as dc Talk and Audio Adrenaline, who inspired Jesus Freaks the world over to keep their eyes on heaven’s big, big houses and who soundtracked every Christian summer camp worth attending. And now, at long last, they’re joining forces. Kevin Max, the sole member of dc Talk who isn’t a rapper or already in the Newsboys, is joining a newly reunited Audio Adrenaline. He’ll take the place of Mark Stuart, the original lead singer, who retired in 2006 due to vocal chord issues. Read More

Chris Tomlin :: Plus, filmmaker Nathan Clarke, the week's news and entertainment, your 80's CCM feedback and much more ... Read More

The Day (Christian) Music Died

How elevating message over art destroyed "Christian music." Read More

The Hands & Feet Project, a children’s village in Jacmel, Haiti that was started in 2004, has suffered severe damage from the latest hurricane to hit the area. Following the destruction from hurricane Fay, hurricane Gustav buried the village in several feet of rock that came tumbling down the mountain during the storm. Although the overwhelming process of restoration has begun, tropical storm Hanna that hit this week again devastated the village and relegated the children and staff, 48 people in all, to live in one second-story room.

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The Hands & Feet Project, a children’s village in Jacmel, Haiti that was started in 2004, has suffered severe damage from the latest hurricane to hit the area. Following the destruction from hurricane Fay, hurricane Gustav buried the village in several feet of rock that came tumbling down the mountain during the storm. Although the overwhelming process of restoration has begun, tropical storm Hanna that hit this week again devastated the village and relegated the children and staff, 48 people in all, to live in one second-story room.

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