Thursday, January 01, 2015
Newbies: Meet MercyMe…Again - From April 2014, we visited with lead singer Bart Millard who openly shared the struggles of his life that led up to the release of "Welcome To The New." Read how he rediscovered the truth of "there's nothing in our life to make Christ love us any more than He does..."
Monday, April 06, 2009
Celebrating 10 years of “I Can Only Imagine,” MercyMe reminisces about the band’s storied career thus far.
Monday, March 16, 2009
Check out our profile of Dove nominee MercyMe.
Monday, September 29, 2008
Live from Night of Joy 2008, MercyMe talks about what they love most about Walt Disney World, "You Reign" and a special upcoming tour.
Wednesday, August 06, 2008
We’re counting down the days until Night of Joy 2008 with a little help from artists playing at this year's event. MercyMe kicks things off...
Thursday, December 26, 2002
Its song "I Can Only Imagine" could be the biggest song in Christian music since "Friends," but MercyMe isn’t excited by big songs and sold-out shows; it longs to hone in on the very presence of God and hopes that others will come along for the ride.
You could call MercyMe the "little band that could." Without changing its mission or the message the band started with in 1994, this rock-edged worship act has won the favor of countless Christian listeners as well as climbed to the pop-chart stratosphere most often reserved for "American Idol" winners these days.
MercyMe’s latest release Spoken For is the highly anticipated follow-up to Almost There. I sat down with Bart Millard to discuss what listeners should expect from the new release.