Marc Martel sounds incredible on this beautiful rendition of “What Child is This.”
December 20, 2018
Admit it. We’ve all been there at the family gift exchange! Watch (and crack up) as comedian John Crist acts out 6 classic responses to “unique” Christmas gifts. Which reaction makes you laugh out loud the most?
December 18, 2018
Can you guess which of these Hallmark Christmas movie plots are real or fake? Play (and laugh) along with author Annie F. Downs and radio personality Joy Summers.
Test your knowledge even further in the ultimate Hallmark Christmas movie plot quiz!
December 13, 2018
How is Marc Martel’s voice so out-of-this-world incredible? You’ll LOVE his live performance of “All I Want for Christmas is You”
Mark Martel (formerly of the Christian band Downhere and known for sounding exactly like the band Queen) wrote and sang the Christmas song “How Many Kings.” Now he’s bringing more Christmas cheer and beautiful vocals to his own Christmas EP, “Christmastime Is Here.”
November 28, 2018
You will laugh your head off while you test your own knowledge of classic Christmas songs!
for King & Country, Hunter Hayes, Tauren Wells, CJ and Joy, and The Wally Show go head-to-head. See if you can guess the song before they do!
December 07, 2018
John Crist poking fun at some *ahem* semi-real conversations that maybe or may not go on during the Christmas season… haha
December 20, 2017
When Ellie came into the studio and started playing this Christmas melody, we couldn’t help but smile. It’s the perfect thing to get you in a Christmas-y mood! | A WAY Nation One-Take
December 01, 2018
This is the perfect way to reflect on the amazing celebration of Christmas. Thanks, Hollyn!
November 25, 2018
December 21, 2017
Lauren Daigle explains why she relates to these lesser-mentioned characters in the Christmas story. They can teach us a thing or two about what to put our hope in and why we should never stop hoping!
December 19, 2017
***EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREMIERE***Why God by Austin French is a powerfully honest song that will remind you it’s ok to ask God tough questions. The song came from a very personal place.
Why God started in a season of my life where I was on my knees screaming out those words for myself, and I remember feeling like it wasn’t allowed. Like it made me a bad Christian.But it was through his son that Austin began to realize God wants to hear our tough questions.
My son asks me all these questions about anything and everything and he doesn’t always get my answers. But what he does get is that he can sit in his daddy’s lap and ask me anything, and I want every single question, and I love him no matter what. I believe that asking, “Why God?“ doesn’t make us a bad Christian, maybe it just makes us a kid who needs their dad and that’s ok!