Friday, December 19, 2014
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
The Make a Difference Tour just kicked off. Already, over 3,000 children have been sponsored through pledges from people just like you. With a goal of getting 25,000 children sponsored through World Vision, Max, Third Day, Michael and toby are well on their way to do just what they sat out to do—change the world.
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
This week, the CCM Radio Magazine spotlight will shine on Steven Curtis Chapman and Michael W. Smith.
Monday, January 26, 2009
Read an excerpt by Michael W. Smith from the book THE ART OF COMPASSION.
Monday, March 31, 2008
MICHAEL W. SMITH AND MIKE DONEHEY
Sunday, December 16, 2001
Michael W. Smith and Phil Keaggy prove it's the music that matters with passionate new instrumental efforts.
Sunday, August 05, 2001
Reminisce with us as we travel back to the day when Michael W. Smith’s hair could be described as tightly curled, his famous five o’clock shadow was a beard, and some serious studio time was being spent making The Big Picture. And to add to the experience, don’t forget to read about why Michael flipped out when he answered the phone in the studio one day. Hint: there was someone of Rolling Stones fame on the other end.
Michael W. Smith recalls 20 memorable moments from the past 20 years (and takes a look beyond his Second Decade).
Michael W. Smith and fellow sojourners weigh in on why today’s praise & worship music Can Rise Above Trends to Bring Glory to God
I ventured three hours north of Viva NashVegas to Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY for the taping of Michael W. Smith’s second live praise disc,Worship Again.
Sure, he wrote the ultimate ode to tearful goodbyes, but now here's 6 more ways you can always depend on Michael W. Smith.
Michael W. Smith still pinches himself from time to time. Sure, he strolled the red carpet at the Grammy Awards with the oh-so-finicky fashion critic Joan Rivers actually giving him the "thumbs up" on his couture
A few years ago, people began telling me that Brian Littrell of the Backstreet Boys had been quoted as saying that my music was a big influence on him. A few years ago, at the Grammy Awards, I learned he was backstage, and I decided to find him and introduce myself. Since then, we’ve talked a number of times. Excerpts of our most recent conversation are presented here as I make my debut as an interviewer instead of an inteviewee!
Hoping to impact the general market, Michael W. Smith shoots straight for the heart on Live the Life.
Michael W. Smith adds church planting, movie making and the long-awaited instrumental project to his to-do list for 2000. Yes, after years as a successful singer, Christian music’s king of pop is just beginning to realize his true potential—and find his voice.