May 29, 2011

In Memoriam: Video Playlist

We here at Christian Knight are proud to present a collection of artists, singers and Christian music pioneers who have gone on to glory; We remember their lives and their legacies.

Keith Green (1953-1982)

Your Love Broke Through (Performed Live on 700 Club)


Mark Heard (1951-1992)

House Of Broken Dreams (Mark Heard performs for the last time at Cornerstone 1992 with Pam Dwinell Miner)


Rich Mullins (1995-1997)

The Color Green (from the "Rich Mullins: Pursuit of a Legacy" DVD (© 2003, Reunion Records)


Gene Eugene (1961-2000)

"I Remember You" perhaps one of his last vocal recordings.


Dana Key (1953-2010)

‘Kingdom of Grace” - Dana Key (Tribute Video)


Walter Hawkins (1949-2010) 


Walter Hawkins and the Hawkins Family group sings “Going Away”

“Therefore, since we are surrounded by such a great cloud of witnesses, let us throw off everything that hinders and the sin that so easily entangles. And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us,

Fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith. For the joy set before him he endured the cross, scorning its shame, and sat down at the right hand of the throne of God.

Consider him who endured such opposition from sinners, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart.”

- Hebrews 12:1-3

May 25, 2011

Prayer Requests and Donations

We here at Christian Knight would like to take out time to thank everyone for their support throughout the years and helping to keep us going with your prayers and contributions.

We ask that you continue to pray for us to continue this work, using the talents and gifts God has given to publish Christian comics, distribute and promote Christian artists and writers and encourage our online followers throughout the world.

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Thank you again for your support and may God’s blessings and favor be upon your life today.

- The Staff of Christian Knight Media

May 23, 2011

DEVOTION: Poetry - Art Inspired By The Hymns of Faith

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FROM THE INTRODUCTION: "We started this special collection of poetry based on the hymns of faith determined to combine the rich, spiritual heritage of the hymns with contemporary settings, people and events into a series of poems that would find hope in hopelessness, strength in weakness and love in the unlovable. Inspired years ago to do an ode to the hymns after attending a church worship service, we began to view them not only as songs but as poetry, realizing how fascinating they truly are.

"It is songs like "At The Cross", "I Surrender All", "Just A Closer Walk With Thee" and "Amazing Grace" in which we pay tribute in this collection. You'll notice the change in song titles and the rearrangement of them in a different perspective. We even incorporated some lines from the hymns within the poems themselves as hints to the messages being conveyed. So, you have a greater explanation to most of what we have done. It's not always good to reveal too much of one's artwork to an audience at hand but its always helpful when presenting a new idea that otherwise would only cause others to scratch their heads. It was both exciting and rewarding digging deep into the foundations to which Contemporary Christian music and the world owes a debt.

The Artist's Sword - Psalm 144:1 - Poster

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Christian Knight is proud to present the poster: The Artist’s Sword featuring Psalm 144:1

This poster is intended to bring encouragement and inspiration to the Christian artist or writer. To serve as motivation also to the cause of Christ and to use the talents He has blessed us with to perform His good work.

May 19, 2011

Featured Profile: Jars of Clay - Christian Rock Pioneers

Jars of Clay is a Christian rock band from Nashville, Tennessee. They met at Greenville College in Greenville, Illinois.

Jars of Clay consists of Dan Haseltine on vocals, Charlie Lowell on piano and keyboards, Stephen Mason on lead guitars and Matthew Odmark on rhythm guitars. Although the band has no permanent drummer or bassist, Jeremy Lutito and Gabe Ruschival of Disappointed By Candy fill these roles for live concerts. Past tour band members include Aaron Sands, Scott Savage, and Joe Porter. Jake Goss was recently added to the band to play drums for their summer tour. Jars of Clay's style is a blend of alternative rock, folk, acoustic, and R&B.
The band's name is derived from the New International Version's translation of 2 Corinthians 4:7: “ But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.”

This verse is paraphrased in their song "Four Seven", which appears as a hidden track on the CD release of their self-titled album.


Jars Of Clay – Flood


Jars of Clay - Worlds Apart

May 11, 2011

Ten Shekel Shirt - Much - CD

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Ten Shekel Shirt is a Christian rock band based in New Haven, CT. The band was founded by Lamont Hiebert, and currently consists of Hiebert along with Jonny Rodgers, Colin Meyer and Tim Sway.

In 2000, Hiebert wrote, recorded and co-produced the album Much. Before releasing the album Hiebert recruited Austin Morrison (drums) and Tommy Lee (bass) to fill out the band. The independent release of that album sparked the attention of Integrity Music who then signed Hiebert. Much sold 130,000 units, was nominated for a Dove Award and featured the #1 hit "Ocean".

May 8, 2011

Featured Profile: Nicole C Mullen

Aileen Nicole Coleman-Mullen (born January 3, 1964) is an award-winning singer, songwriter, and choreographer. She was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. She recorded her first solo album, Don’t Let Me Go, in 1991 with the independent label Frontline Records.

Mullen continued her singing-songwriting-choreography career in the 1990s, singing backup for Michael W. Smith and the Newsboys, writing for Jaci Velasquez, and working as a dancer/choreographer with Amy Grant. She also provided backup vocals for the music video at the end of the VeggieTales program, Larry-Boy and the Fib from Outer Space! and the opening of the VeggieTales presentation, Larry-Boy and the Rumor Weed. She was signed to Word Records in 1998 by VP of A&R Brent Bourgeois. Her fourth album, Talk About It, was certified gold for sales in excess of 500,000 copies on April 15, 2008.


Featured Profile: Point of Grace

Point of Grace is an all-female Contemporary Christian music group. The trio consists of Shelley Breen, Denise Jones, and Leigh Cappillino. The group started out as a quartet in 1991, with original members Breen and Jones, as well as Terry Jones and Heather Payne. In November 2003, Terry Jones decided she needed to spend more time with her family after giving birth to her third child, and left the group, with Cappillino joining in March 2004 for their 2004 release I Choose You. In June 2008, Payne announced her retirement from the group, in order to spend more time with her husband and four children.

The group's debut self-titled album was released in 1993; since then, they have been recognized as one of the top Contemporary Christian music bands in the United States. In 2003, they released their ninth album, 24 - a compilation of their 24 consecutive No. 1 radio singles. To this date, no band in any genre has matched this record. As of 2006 the girls have 27 No. 1 radio singles.

Point of Grace got its start at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia, Arkansas. Denise Masters, Terry Lang and Heather Floyd, who knew each other from Norman, Oklahoma, coincidentally found themselves at OBU, and naturally got involved in music. They sang in a vocal group called 'The Ouachitones,' which was made up of 14 girls. Within the group, the girls formed a trio, and after a sound check for a Ouachitones performance, the girls were singing a cappella when they were told by an onlooker that they should do something together. Shelley Phillips had come from Little Rock, Arkansas to OBU with a scholarship in vocal performance. She sang in a group called the Praise Singers, made up of four girls and four guys and they traveled around the country performing concerts. She became friends with Terry and Heather through Denise, who was her roommate and sister in the social club Chi Delta. After Heather, Terry and Denise made plans to form a trio and sing together over the summer, Denise went back to her dorm room and excitedly told Shelley about their summer plans. After Shelley suggested that the trio became a quartet, it seemed to be the perfect fit.

They called themselves Say So, taken after Psalm 107:2 where it says, "Let the redeemed of the Lord say so." It truly was a do-it-yourself project, and group's tasks were delegated amongst themselves according to each one's best ability. Heather took care of publicity and album sales, Terry took care of the money, Shelley was in charge of booking and Denise was in charge of all their music. Before their performances, they were the ones who would haul their equipment onstage and set it up. They developed quite a following that summer, and spent the remainder of the year singing every weekend. After many fan requests, they recorded an independent album, and became favorites in the South and Midwest. Despite not seeing a reason to pursue a major record deal, the girls, encouraged by their family members attended the 1992 Music in the Rockies Christian Artists Seminar in Estes Park, Colorado. They wowed the crowd and the judges when they performed "He's The Best Thing" and wound up winning the Overall Grand Prize in the Group competition.

The girls found that, after their performance, there was major record label interest, and by prayerful decision, the group decided to sign with Word Records. They then moved to Nashville to start work on what would become their self-titled debut album.


Featured Profile: Twila Paris

Twila Paris Wright (born December 28, 1958(1958-12-28) in Fort Worth, Texas) is a Contemporary Christian Music songwriter, author, vocalist and pianist.

Since 1980, Twila Paris has released 22 albums, amassed 33 number one Christian Radio singles, and was named the Gospel Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year three years in a row. Many of her earlier songs such as "He Is Exalted", "We Will Glorify," "Lamb of God," and "We Bow Down," are found in church hymnals or otherwise sung in church settings.

As a child she released her first album, Little Twila Paris, in 1965. The album included songs drawn from among those she sang with her family in their evangelistic outreaches.

Paris released her first full-length album, Knowin' You're Around, in 1980, and along the way she has written books, recorded children's music, and created worship songs. Her song "God Is In Control" won a GMA Song of the Year award in 1995 and her 1992 Sanctuary release won the GMA Praise & Worship Album of the Year. She has won five GMA Dove Awards and three American Songwriter Awards.


Featured Profile: Amy Grant

Amy Lee Grant (born November 25, 1960) is an American singer-songwriter, musician, author, media personality and actress, best known for her Christian music. She has been referred to as "The Queen of Christian Pop". As of 2009, Grant remains the best-selling contemporary Christian music singer ever, having sold over 30 million units worldwide.

Grant made her debut as a teenager, and gained fame in Christian music during the 1980s with such hits as "Father's Eyes," "El Shaddai", and "Angels". In 1986, she scored her first number one charting Billboard Hot 100 hit song in a duet with Peter Cetera The Next Time I Fall. During the 1980s and 1990s, she became one of the first gospel artists to cross over into mainstream pop on the heels of her successful albums Unguarded and Heart in Motion, the latter of which included the number-one single "Baby Baby."

Grant has won six Grammy Awards, 25 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, and had the first Christian album ever to go Platinum. Heart in Motion is her highest selling album, with over five million copies sold in the United States alone. She was honored with a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2005 for her contributions to the entertainment industry.


Seven Day Jesus – Hunger – CD

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The Hunger is the first album of the band Seven Day Jesus. It was released in 1996. 

Track listing

All songs written by Brian McSweeney, except where noted.

   1. "A Time to Heal" - 3:35
   2. "Strength" - 3:46
   3. "Flybye" - 5:02
   4. "Forgive Me" - 4:45
   5. "Forgive You" - 4:16
   6. "Pavement" - 3:59
   7. "The Hunger" - 3:23
   8. "Restrained" - 5:04
   9. "Delightful You" - 4:15
  10. "Ashamed" - 4:43

May 7, 2011

Davey and Goliath DVD - 4 DVD Set

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Relive your childhood memories and share the important, simple values you learned from Davey and Goliath with your children and grandchildren today. Each DVD is digitally enhanced and restored, breathing new life into these classic 3-D, stop-motion animated characters. Produced by “Gumby” creators Art Clokey and Ruth Clokey Goodell, Davey and Goliath provide a welcome alternative to other children’s programming featuring the timeless lessons and morals they need to grow and succeed.

Plus One - Obvious CD - Available Now!

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The remarkable group known as Plus One burst into the music world as a hot boy band with a twist -- the twist being a Christian message mixed in with the teen idol good looks and smooth vocal harmonies. Gabe Combs, Jeremy Mhire, Nathan Walters, Jason Perry, and Nate Cole make up Plus One. Each member is from a different location in the United States and was selected from tons of talented competitors.

The group worked with producer and songwriter David Forster, who has won more than a dozen Grammy Awards during his career and is the chairman for Atlantic/143 Records. Other big names on the production team were Eric Foster White, Buster & Shavoni, Chris Farren, and Bradley Spalter.

Pete Stewart - CD - Christian Rock Collection

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Track listing

1. Out of My Mind
2. Better Off
3. Uphill Battle
4. Worship Song
5. Little Country Church
6. Don't Underestimate
7. Spinning
8. Up in the Sky
9. Reason Is You, The
10. One, The
11. Waiting For the Son

He's back. Even though his band broke up underneath him, this man has gotten right back out there with a solo album before our tear-soaked tissues could dry up. Pete Stewart is back. Some may know him from the late hard rock band Grammatrain which broke up last fall (hence the tear-soaked tissues). But Pete didn't let that stop him. Only a month or two after the break-up, Pete ventured into the studio with dc Talk's Michael Tait producing, to record his first solo project on Forefront Records.

The ultimate highlight on this project isn't the duet with Michael Tait in "Uphill Battle" (which is fantastic and comes in as a very close second), but is the rocker "Don't Underestimate Me." It's a pop/rock song that sort of carries a "Grammatrain Lite" sort of vibe. An instant favorite.

This album, when I first heard it, didn't seem all too spectacular, but after multiple listens, this project has grown on me and is working its way into my daily CD rotation. It's still not Grammatrain and is still somewhat of a tease to hear Stewart's vocals gracing a completely different kind of musical backdrop. - Review date: 2/14/99, written by John DiBiase


Jonathan Pierce - One Love - CD

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This former member of The Imperials and the Gaither Vocal Band proves on is first solo effort that he can hold his own with no problem! This is pure pop with a fresh sound. The title track "One Love" was nominated for Song of the Year at the 1996 Dove Awards and set the standard for all of his future singles. There are some beautiful slow ballads on this album (i.e. I Rely On You) that showcase Jonathan's amazing vocal ability. Stevie Wonder's "Heaven Is Ten Zillion..." is a perfect mood lifter and though you might find it an odd choice for a "white boy," it works beautifully with the rest of the songs on the album. The most beautiful track is definitely "Healing Hands." This is a wonderful collection of songs in its own right, but it is also a great setup for his other two albums.

Jonathan Pierce Mission CD

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Track listing

1. Single Grain of Faith
2. Hold Me in Your Arms
3. Praise the Lord
4. With All My Heart
5. I Believe in Christ
6. Farther Than Your Grace Can Reach
7. Together
8. Mission of Life
9. You Carried Me
10. To Be a Christian
11. Single Grain of Faith - (Remix)

"Mission" is Jonathan Pierce's second solo album and it doesn't disappoint. It is more vocally ambitious than "One Love," his first album. A few of the cuts (such as "Hold Me In Your Arms) let us see the fun side of Jonathan's music, while songs like "Farther Than Your Grace Can Reach" show us the softness and power of his voice. His remake of "Praise the Lord" is amazing and "I Belive In Christ" follows in the same vein. My favorite track is "To Be A Christian." This song depicts what being a true Christian is all about. It would have had great potential if it had been released as a single. This is a great album that will encourage the listener to be all they can for God. Enjoy it!

Johnny Q. Public - Welcome To Earth CD

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Track Listing

1. Sliver (3:13)
2. Body Be (3:48)
3. Already Gone (3:48)
4. What Am I (3:32)
5. Move (4:12)
6. Violin Song (3:33)
7. P. K. (3:48)
8. Hey Johnny (5:25)
9. Talk Show (3:31)
10. Beautiful Face (4:05)
11. Today (2:53)
12. Welcome to Earth (9:46)

Johnny Q. Public was a Christian alternative rock band from Springfield, Missouri. Although their sound was wholly modern, it was influenced by bands such as Led Zeppelin and Cream. In addition to their music they were known for their Charismatic theology, which they would dramatically display through audience participation at their live shows.

Their follow up record, Welcome to Earth, was released by both Gotee and Roadrunner records.Its sound shifted toward pop with hints of hard rock. HM magazine likened it to the Newsboys, stating that the band could easily receive radio play in both Christian and mainstream markets. In support they toured with Bleach and Skillet.

Johnny Q Public is a band that lays down all its cards. There's no bluffing, no surprises, just a full house of rock burning throughout. After a five-year self-imposed hiatus, the band returns with their sophomore release Welcome to Earth. "Body Be" was actually featured on the now defunct MTV 120 Minutes and finds its re-release here. The cut is a full-throttle joy ride of heavy guitars that features a tasty mid-song breakdown, proving less is actually more. "Already Gone" is well-oiled machinery. Drummer Nathan McCorkle lays out a solid punch. The tune's chorus is engaging, aiding a song brimming with electricity. "Move" chugs along at a steamroller pace. The cut is an example of hard rock/alternative splendor. Vocalist Dan Fritz has an engaging edge while guitarist Shawn Turner peppers the tune with well-placed licks. "P.K." boasts a hypnotic bassline that fittingly drives the song. The cut is one of JQP's heaviest and showcases Fritz's vocals nicely. Individually Johnny Q Public emerges musically competent, but as a whole each band member really cooks. Throughout Welcome to Earth, the band throws out several standard rock riffs that help make the disc potent but not overbearing or cliché. After a five-year hiatus, this could be the second coming Johnny Q Public was hoping for. ~ Steven Losey, All Music Guide


Darrell Evans CD - Consuming Fire

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Consuming Fire is a live Christian worship music album by Darrell Evans and friends released in April 2004. It was recorded at World Revival Church in Kansas City, MO and Trinity Church in Amarillo, TX.

Track Listing:

   1. "Worship Intro"
   2. "Consuming Fire" - (Darrell Evans)
   3. "Jesus I Come to Follow" - (Evans)
   4. "Anywhere with You" - (Evans)
   5. "Precious Jesus" (with Kate Miner) - (Evans)
   6. "Exalted" (with Charlie Hall) - (Evans)
   7. "Blessed Be the Lord" - (Evans)
   8. "My Everything" - (Evans and Andre Gonzalez)
   9. "Fields of Grace" (with Mike Weaver of Big Daddy Weave) - (Evans)
  10. "My Reward" (with Paul Baloche) - (Paul Baloche)
  11. "The One and Only" - (Evans)
  12. "Just As I Am" - (Evans)
  13. "Harp in My Heart" (with Kevin Prosch) - (Kevin Prosch)
  14. "Dream Before You" (with Kate Miner) - (Music: Kate Miner; Words: Judie Lawson)
  15. "Let the River Flow 2" - (Evans)

The title track, as with most of Darrell's songs on this album, has an economy of words and is infinitely singable. Both 'Consuming Fire' and 'Jesus, I Come to Follow' have rhythmic grooves and will serve the Sunday morning worship well if done in the same electric style. Kate Miner backs up on both tracks. As far as Darrell's up-tempo songs go, 'Blessed Be the Lord', 'My Everything' and 'Field of Grace' are all great songs. I especially like 'Fields of Grace'. The song came to Evans as he felt God asking Him to dance with Him. As invasive as this was to his comfort zone, and admitting that he didn't even know how to dance, he did know how to shout and spin around. So he did; he danced with God right there in the end zone of a football field. This is a tremendous song to help break down the walls of pride and self-focus in our lives.

'Exalted' features Charlie Hall on vocals and is a wonderful song with excellent guitar work, and again, simple, but powerful lyrics. 'My Reward' was written and sung by Paul Baloche and is a very melodic, mid-tempo song that props up the eternal rewards against the temporal ones. This song is a definite keeper. This marvelous work will give the worship leader some diverse material from which to choose. It will also serve well as private worship in the home, car, etc… This CD and its live performance make this great project to buy. Get it now while the supply lasts! - Review by John Ausmus Inc.

Grits - Grammatical Revolution CD

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Nashville-based Christian rap group Grits (an acronym for "Grammatical Revolution in the Spirit") consists of Teron "Bonafide" Carter and Stacy "Coffee" Jones, who debuted in 1995 with Mental Releases. Factors of Seven followed in 1997 (on the dc Talk-associated label Gotee), and Grammatical Revolution appeared in 1999. ~ Steve Huey, All Music Guide
Track Listing

1. Lil' Man Intro
2. Ima Showem
3. They All Fall Down
4. Strugglin'
5. C2k
6. Time Is Passing
7. Supreme Being
8. Man's Soul
9. Count Bass D
10. Soundcheck
11. Stop Bitin'
12. It Takes Love
13. Return of the Antagonist
14. I Still Know What You Bit Last Summer
15. Millennium
16. The End



Cindy Morgan - The Best So Far – CD

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The Best So Far is the sixth album from Contemporary Christian music singer Cindy Morgan. This greatest hits collects tracks from her first five albums.

Track listing

All songs written by Morgan, except where noted.

   1. "Love Is the Answer" Powell, Rundgren, Sulton, Wilcox - 4:20
   2. "Tell Me That You Love Me" - 4:24
   3. "Picture Me in Paradise" Cunningham, Hammond - 5:36
   4. "It's Gonna Be Heaven" Cunningham, Hammond - 4:08
   5. "Sweet Days of Grace" Hammond, Morgan - 3:58
   6. "How Could I Ask For More" - 3:33
   7. "Real Life" Morgan, Thurman, Thurman - 4:14
   8. "Listen" - 3:45
   9. "Let It Be Love" Cunningham, Hammond - 5:36
  10. "I Will Be Free" - 4:55
  11. "I'll Stand" Hammond, Morgan, Sims - 4:05
  12. "Praise the King" - 3:54
  13. "I Know You" - 4:38
  14. "Take My Life" - 4:38

May 6, 2011

Keith Green (1953-1982) Singer, Songwriter, Musician

Keith Gordon Green (October 21, 1953 – July 28, 1982) was an American gospel singer, songwriter, musician, and Contemporary Christian Music artist originally from Sheepshead Bay, Brooklyn, New York. Beyond his music, Green is best known for his strong devotion to Christian evangelism and challenging others to the same. Often considered controversial for his frequently confrontational lyrics and spoken messages, some notable songs written by Green and/or his wife, Melody Green, include "Your Love Broke Through," "You Put This Love In My Heart," and "Asleep In The Light." Green is also known for numerous popular modern hymns, including "O Lord, You're Beautiful" and "There Is A Redeemer."

In 1975, the Greens began an outreach program in the suburbs of Los Angeles, California, in the San Fernando Valley. Purchasing the home next door to their own and renting an additional five in the same neighborhood, Keith and Melody provided a environment of Christian teaching for a group of young adults, the majority of whom were of college age. Much to the consternation of neighbors, those living in the Green's homes included former drug addicts, the homeless and even some prostitutes who had been referred to the Greens by other ministries and shelters. In 1977, the Greens outreach was officially named Last Days Ministries.

Keith Green's initial tone of ministry was largely influenced by Leonard Ravenhill, who pointed Keith to Charles Finney, a nineteenth century revivalist preacher who preached the law of God to provoke conviction in his hearers. During his concerts he would often exhort his listeners to repent and commit themselves more wholly to following Christ. Green later softened his approach, and this transition is evident in his music beginning with So You Wanna Go Back To Egypt in 1980. He described the changes he went through in his next-to-last article for the Last Days Magazine.


VIDEO: No Compromise: The Life Story of Keith Green
On the 25th anniversary of Keith Greens death, his wife Melody has expanded and updated her husbands biography with many added stories and insights, never before published photos, extra selections from Keiths private journals, and glimpses into Melodys season of grieving and raising their two surviving children on her own.


VIDEO: Keith Green - When I Hear the Praises Start

My child, My child, why are you weeping?
You will not have to wait forever
That day and that hour is in My keeping
The day I'll bring you into heaven

For when I hear the praises start
My child! I want to rain upon you
Blessings that will fill your heart
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I see no stain upon you
Because you are My child and you know Me
To Me you're only holy
Nothing that you've done remains
Only what you do for Me
Just what you do with Me


VIDEO: Keith Green - Grace By Which I Stand


VIDEO: The Altar Call - Keith Green


Commission Art Rates - Christian Knight

Christian Knight Commission Art Rates and Ordering Update

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You may ask, what is a commission? It is a paid request. It's where you pay the artist to draw what ever you like, it can be Bible Characters, Superheroes, Fan art, etc...

Commissions and Information – Rates and Service

We have updated our commission rates. We have researched and checked the regular prices and did comparisons to others so the prices we have listed are fairly reasonable. While others charge $200 for a cell shaded picture, not including the additional characters, we have made our prices affordable for the work involved.

Some commissions are expensive because once you get a copy of your commissioned work, you can do what ever you want to it, make different prints for example.

Artwork will be on 11 X 14 Glossy Paper and 1 CD-ROM that will include the illustration at 200-300DPI [about 3000+ pixels] for larger printing, you can make it to a poster if you like and it won't even lose quality and turn around time is approximately 2-4 weeks for most commissions and depending on workload.

Commission art can consist of Comic Book Characters, Bible Characters, etc. with a child or person’s name, personalized message or bible verse.

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Once a commission work is in the final drafts, you will be emailed a low-resolution image as proof and kept in contact concerning the progress by email or phone.

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May 3, 2011

Charlie Peacock - Kingdom Come - CD

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Singer/songwriter, Charlie Peacock, who co-wrote Amy Grant's huge hit "Every Heartbeat." has crafted another Christian music classic. 

This album includes: Cheer Up Church * Don't Be Afraid * Genius in the Details * Is the Brightness Still in Me * Kingdom Come * The Night Won't Last Forever * Only You * Sacrifice of Love * What Do We Do * Wouldn't It Be Strange.

Chasing Furies - With Abandon - CD

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With Abandon CD - Chasing Furies - Chasing Furies was a Christian band from Fort Worth, Texas, USA. The band consisted of three siblings, with Sarah MacIntosh performing lead vocals and playing guitars, Rachel Meeker playing the piano and doing backing vocals, and Joshua Meeker playing lead guitars (often switching lead vocals with Sarah in some songs). Despite its brief active period, the band received good airplay with their single "Thicker" becoming the eighth most requested song of 1999 on the online radio broadcasting. Their first album was featured on the Top Ten of 1999 albums sharing the ninth position with Wilco's Summerteeth on the specialized Christian music online magazine The Phantom TollBooth and was nominated for the 2000 Dove Awards in the category of Best Modern Rock/Alternative


Chasing Furies - Throw Me

Chasing Furies – Enchanted

Chasing Furies - Wait Forever


Sixpence None The Richer - CD

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Some songs define moments in our lives we will never forget. They're songs that years later can evoke the sights, sounds, and even smells of the time we first heard them. "Kiss Me," the red-hot, irresistible single from this self-titled release, will probably be one of those songs for the many who've by now experienced its charms. The culprits? A trio of youthful central Texans, by way of Nashville, called Sixpence None the Richer. On the rest of this Grammy-nominated gem, Sixpence serve an airy blend of Abra Moore-meets-Sundays acoustic pop. It's beautifully rich and constantly augmented by Leigh Nash's earthy vocals, Matt Slocum's songwriting genius, and steady rhythms from Dale Baker. Like Jars of Clay, Sixpence have "raised the bar" for the rest of late-'90s contemporary Christian music. --Michael Lyttle


Mark Lowry - Twenty Stories Tall

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Track Listing:

1- Take A Pill And Cook The Vegetables
2- Paw Paw's Chin
3- Praying To A Single Adult
4- Wrestling In The Kitchen
5- Mama Had Enough
6- Buses, Beds and Bill Gaither
7- Open Heart Surgery
8- The Old Sanctuary
9- Miss Barth
10- Mama's On Hold
11- God Likes Hyperactive Kids
12- Summa Cum Laude
13- All Mama Ever Wanted
14- Feelings Or Faith
15- Alarm Clock
16- The New Dentist
17- Exit Row
18- The Church Brat
19- Psychiatric Help
20- Flying With A Baby

My Utmost for His Highest CD – Various Artists

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Track listing

1. You Are Holy - 4Him
2. Lover of My Soul - Amy Grant
3. Man After Your Own Heart - Gary Chapman
4. You'll Be There - Cindy Morgan
5. Sometimes He Comes in the Clouds - Steven Curtis 
6. God of All of Me - Sandi Patty
7. Move in Me - Michael W. Smith
8. Hold on to Me - Point of Grace
9. Heart Like Mine, A - Bryan Duncan
10. Where He Leads Me - Twila Paris
11. Shine on Us - Craig & Dean/Phillips

Taking its inspiration from Oswald Chamber's classic daily devotional of the same name, My Utmost for His Highest is a collaboration of many of the top names in Christian music, each performing songs that pertain to a certain day from Chamber's devotional. Lest you think of this as merely a fantastic marketing ploy to sell more copies of Chamber's book, the depth of honesty and chronicling of spiritual truth contained in this album are unparalleled.

Some songs come closer than others in relating to Oswald's point each day. Steven Curtis Chapman nails it on the head with "Sometimes He Comes in the Clouds," when he sings, "Sometimes His face cannot be found/Sometimes the sky is dark and gray/But some things can only be known/And sometimes our faith can only grow when we can't see/So, sometimes He comes in the clouds." Acknowledging that God sees and works in us where we can't even see, Sandi Patty scores with "God of All of Me," in which she confesses "Lord, in my soul, in secret parts of me/There are places in my heart that only You can reach/Brighter shines my hope than the morning light/Deeper is my stain of sin than any dark of night." Twila Paris also connects with "Where He Leads Me" where she acknowledges our need to be receptive to God's call on all of our lives.

Beautifully produced by Brown Bannister, this Utmost project tends to be pretty mellow and reflective, keeping the focus on the message of the songs. Michael W. Smith's songs "Move in Me" which proclaims the confidence of God's reality as being found inside his heart, has a tremendous orchestration to it but with a melody reminiscent of his songs "All I Needed to Say" and "Do You Dream of Me.'

Other great performances are turned in by Amy Grant on "Lover of My Soul," Gary Chapman on "Man After Your Own Heart," Cindy Morgan on "You'll Be There," and Bryan Duncan on "A Heart Like Mine." -- Mark A. Smeby (c) 1995 CCM Communications, Inc.