Gospel Music Association will be rebroadcasting their #LoveGoesViral night of worship and inspiration, tonight, Thursday, April 2 at 8:00pm. You can watch the whole event, featuring For King and Country, Natalie Grant, Kari Jobe, Hillsong Young & Free, and more, HERE.
The Afters are offering listeners a free download of their current single “I Will Fear No More”. Many people are struggling in the grip of unemployment, self-isolation, and COVID-19, and feel overwhelmed in a constant news-cycle where uncertainty and panic is a headline. “I Will Fear No More” is an invitation to declare victory against these feelings of fear, worry, and anxiety. The “I Will Fear No More” download, along with videos and extra resources, can be found at freeccm.com/fearrnoore.
Austin French held an online concert on his Instagram. You can view it HERE.
Amy Grant joined with Circle All Access to be a part of a live streamed event from the Grand Ole Opry on Saturday, March 28. The show includes performances by Vince Gill, Amy Grant, daughters Jenny Gill and Corrina Grant Gill, with host Bobby Bones. You can watch it HERE.
Brandon Heath will be live on Facebook with his guitar Tuesdays at 6 p.m. EST taking requests, playing covers and performing some of his oldies. Check it out on HERE.
Casting Crowns held a Facebook Live concert. You can watch it HERE.
Cochren & Co. presents “The Tour of my House Tour” throughout the month of March on Facebook Live, YouTube and Instagram. The shows will be live at 8 p.m. EST. You can watch the Live and Past shows HERE.
Danny Gokey teamed up with Unspoken to stream “Coffee & songs” on Facebook this week. Watch the #LoveGoesViral video HERE.
GMA Dove Awards streamed a Facebook Live home show with Unspoken and Apollo LTD on Thursday, March 19. You can watch it back HERE.
GMA streamed a Facebook Live event, #LoveGoesViral, on Sunday, March 29. You can watch the whole event, featuring For King and Country, Natalie Grant, Kari Jobe, Hillsong Young & Free, and more HERE.
Jason Roy of Building429 has been posting encouraging messages and devotionals on the band’s IGTV. You can watch them all HERE.
Jeremy Camp posted a video from his home featuring his wife and a new song God laid on his heart this week. You can watch it HERE.
JJ Weeks decided to hold a Facebook Live concert after the cancellation of Winter Jam Tour. The “Sound of Freedom FB Live” event was Sunday, March 22 and can be re-watched HERE.
Kari Jobe and Cody Carnes held “The Blessing – Live From Home” on Thursday. You can watch on Kari’s Instagram HERE.
Kirk Franklin shared an encouraging word about frustration and trust on Instagram Friday, March 20, which can be found HERE.
Lauren Talley shared an online concert from her home on Facebook Thursday, March 19. You can watch it HERE.
Leeland is posting on IGTV from his home and his parents’ home. Catch the videos HERE.
Matt Maher and his daughter performed from their home on Instagram
Matthew West hosted a concert “Live from the Story House” on Facebook and what he is calling “Quarantine Quiet Time,” a devotional series where he shares scripture, songs and includes special guests from his family HERE.
His concert can be found HERE.
“A Message of Hope” was live Friday, March 20 on Facebook with Will Graham and The Afters’ Josh Havens and Matt Fuqua. Their inspiring messages and music are HERE.
Michael W. Smith will be hosting a live concert from his studio on April 4 at 6pm. You can watch it HERE. He also uploaded “A Message of Hope from Michael W. Smith" on Tuesday, March 17. Watch it HERE.
Natalie Grant says, “A song a day keeps the crazies away,” which is what she is calling her new IGTV series, which can be found HERE.
Phil Wickham has been sharing performances from his home on his Instagram. You can watch them HERE.
Remedy Drive has been going live on Facebook to play songs! You can find them HERE.
Rend Collective held a Facebook Live concert. You can watch it HERE.
Riley Clemons live streamed her “Living Room Live Session.” You can look back on part of the stream on her Instagram HERE.
Sidewalk Prophets went live on Thursday, March 19 on multiple platforms to bring their fans “The Things That Got Us Here,” which can be replayed HERE.
Stars Go Dim will bring the series “Fridays with Friends” 6 p.m. EST on Instagram Live (@starsgodim) for songs and a chat. Previous guests include Meredith Andrews and Jason Roy. Check out the page HERE. Stars Go Dim also features “Take 5 Workouts” every Tuesday and Thursday at 11 a.m. on Instagram along with “Melody Mondays,” which features covers at 9 a.m. to start off the week.
Steven Curtis Chapman posted his thoughts, a word of encouragement and performed on Instagram.
Switchfoot has posted several low key performance videos this week on the band’s IGTV, check them out HERE.
Tenth Avenue North began its Stay at Home series entitled “Friends of Tenth” Friday, March 20. You can find all of their videos in the series HERE.
We Are Messengers went live for a #LiveWithLove stream on Facebook, if you missed it or want to see it again, click HERE.
Zach Williams couldn’t perform the dates as scheduled for his “The Rescue Story Tour” so he and his crew produced a concert for Facebook live. Watch the incredible performance HERE.
On Friday March 27, I Still Believe will be made available on premium on demand platforms such as Apple TV, Google Play, Amazon Prime, YouTube and more. Due to the closing of theatres in response to COVID-19, the film will be available for a 48-hour viewing period before purchase is necessary following its official digital release. The 48-hour window can occur anytime between Friday, March 27 and April 28. More information on the film and the on demand release can be found HERE.
The Pilgrim’s Progress will be broadcast free of charge online until April 30. The Pilgrim’s Progress is a CGI-animated feature based on the book by John Buyan, a pastor who was imprisoned for sharing his faith. The story is an allegory that symbolized people’s journey through life, from earth to heaven. You can view the film at http://watchpilgrims.com
Comedian Michael Jr. offered a free comedy special via Facebook on Sunday, March 22. The inspirational comedian presented his 80-minute special that features encouraging, funny stand-up material and tells the inspiring stories of people finding the punchline in their lives by helping others. You can see the show HERE.
The Skit Guys host Bedtime Bible Stories on Facebook at 6:30 p.m. EST. Check it out HERE.