Family Life Music News 1/6/14

01.06.14 | Terese Main | Comments[0]

Over the holidays, worship leader Darlene Zschech revealed on her church website that she was recently diagnosed with Breast Cancer. The “Shout to the Lord” singer says it was found at a routine mammogram. She says “the Holy Spirit has brought endless comfort and the Word of God is literally holding me moment by moment".

She was able to come home from the hospital on Christmas eve.

Chris Huffman is back with the band. The Casting Crowns bass player as been on hiatus from the group while his infant son, Silas, waited for a heart transplant.

The daughters of Matthew West are making their television debut. Lulu and Delaney recently taped a cooking show segment for the NBC Nashville affiliate.

Paul Baloche has announced plans for an Asia tour in February. He'll make stops in Dubai, Chennai, Bangalore, Singapore, and Kuala Lumpur February 13 - 25.

Steven Curtis and Mary Beth Chapman were experiencing a little dejavu over the New Year holiday. The couple was back in Paducah, Kentucky, and stopped by the gazebo in Noble Park, where Steven asked Mary Beth to marry him 30 years ago.

MercyMe's Bart Millard recently shared what he identified as the best advice he was given when he became a parent.
1) Your kids will be as weird as you are. 
2) If you're constantly worried whether you're a good parent or not...you're a good parent.

Is a DC Talk reunion coming, yes according to Michael Tait. He says “It’s gonna happen…it'll be a pricey ticket, for sure, but I think it's going to happen. I'm working that end. I have some magical powers with Toby and Kevin.”

Game Show Network has given a green light to “It Takes a Church,” a new show hosted by Natalie Grant. In each one-hour episode, church members play matchmaker in a competition to help an unattached parishioner find their match. The network has ordered eight episodes of the series, which is scheduled to debut in mid-2014.

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