Jaquita, Logan and Amber, known as 11th Hour, have this month’s #1 spot on Texas Gospel Canada’s top 20 with the title cut from their latest project, “A Lot with a Little.”
The group has been traveling and singing together for over a decade and are is stranger to the number one spot on the Gospel music chart, but this is a first for one of its members. It’s the first number one song for 11th Hour since Logan Smith signed on.
Here is the Mid-April Texas Gospel Canada Top 20:
||A lot with a little
||Go ask Moses
||Mark Trammell Quartet
||Can I get a witness
||It never gets old
||Days like this
||If God pulled back the curtain
||I believe the book
||The God I serve
||Karen Peck & New River
||When I turn to you
||Heart 2 Heart
||Come to the well
||Sometimes it’s the radio
||The Healer hasn’t lost His touch
||When God says wait
||Name above all names
||I’ve ever been glad
||Walking through the fire
||Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
This video to Ernie Haase & Signature Sound’s “Walking Through Fire” was created just this past week.
The song’s lyrics are always relevant but perhaps now more than ever. Little did we know when we first released what our world face today. But God knew, and we are grateful for the timing.
Nashville, TN (March 27, 2020) – Like most of us, The Collingsworth Family has the desire to do something helpful during this unprecedented time in our history, and they have found a way to do just that. As a family group, they are uniquely set up to be able to offer a concert from home. This Sunday evening, March 29, they will gather around the piano and do a free concert via Facebook Live. It will begin at 8:00 pm Eastern (7 pm Central). Not only will this be a special time of worship, but it will also be a fundraiser for the international organization, Samaritan’s Purse.
“What an opportunity we have to model Jesus to a world that is sitting up and taking notice in this unprecedented climate,” shares Phil Collingsworth. “We’re thrilled to partner with a sister ministry like Samaritan’s Purse, who is on the front lines of this fight.”
Currently, Samaritan’s Purse, based in Boone, NC, and founded by Franklin Graham, is set up on the frontlines in Cremona, Italy, where their medical team has set up a field hospital and is treating patients who have been diagnosed with COVID-19. During the hour-long Facebook Live concert, fans will have the opportunity to donate directly to Samaritan’s Purse while enjoying the harmonies and music of The Collingsworth Family. 100% of all donations will go directly to Samaritan’s Purse.
For more information on Samaritan’s Purse, click HERE.
Greater Vision has our number one song for the month of March: You’ve Arrived. Our chart is compiled by volunteers who give their time to create programming for Texas Gospel Canada. While the song is on top of our chart, it’s nearing the top of the Singing News’ list. They report You’ve Arrived as their #5 song for the month.
Greater Vision is made up of Rodney Griffin, Gerald Wolfe, Jon Epley and Chris Allman. Gerald founded the group in 1990, and the “new guy” is Jon, the Baritone singer. Congratulations to Greater Vision for taking our top spot this month. And thank you for making good Gospel music!
Here is the Mid-March chart:
- You’ve arrived – Greater Vision
- God says you can – Hyssongs
- The power of an empty tomb – Erwins
- Love still flows – Taylors
- Go ask Moses – Mark Trammel Quartet
- Lot with a little – 11th Hour
- Hallelujah March – Heart2Heart
- Can I get a witness – The Sound
- Glorious God – Lauren Talley
- It never gets old – The Perrys
- You are loved – Jeff & Sheri Easter
- Come to the well – Kingdom Heirs
- Keep me close – Whisnants
- Sometimes it’s the radio – Joseph Habedank
- This storm – Brian Free & Assurance
- The Healer hasn’t lost His touch
- I’ve ever been glad – The Kingsmen
- Name above all names – The Guardians
- Walking through fire – Ernie Haase & Signature Sound
- I got saved – Diplomats
Evangelist and singer, Walt Mills, has passed away. Mills is best remembered by southern gospel fans for his hit, “I’ve Got A Feeling”.
A family member made the announcement on his Facebook page:
“Our beloved father, father in law, grandfather and husband Walt Mills was promoted to his heavenly home tonight around 5:30pm CST. He is now rejoicing with those that have gone on before him. We will greatly miss him and look forward to seeing him again one day in that place called heaven.”
Funeral arrangements are pending.
Here are the Texas Gospel Canada Top 20 Southern Gospel Songs for Mid February 2020:
1 Going There – Triumphant Quartet
2 The People that God Gives You – Bowling Family
3 Come Sunday Morning – The Old Paths
4 Come to the Well – Kingdom Heirs
5 God Says You Can – Hyssongs
6 What Only God Can Do – Michael Booth
7 Go Ask Moses – Mark Trammel Quartet
8 The Power Of An Empty Tomb – The Erwins
9 A Lot With A Little – 11th Hour
10 Hallelujah March – Heart 2 Heart
11 Can I Get A Witness – The Sound
12 Be That Kind – Zane & Donna King
13 Days Like This – Martins
14 Glorious God – Lauren Talley
15 This Is The Place – Gaither Vocal Band
16 You Are Loved – Jeff & Sheri Easter
17 Keep Me Close – The Whisnants
18 This Storm – Brian Free & Assurance
19 When The Answer is No – The Talleys
20 When God Says Wait – The Browders
Texas Gospel Canada added a new song from The Taylors to our Southern Gospel Music channel this evening. House of God is the first single from The group’s new project Salvation’s Song.
In this song, The Taylors remind us of the purpose of the church: a place where saints and sinners alike can find rest for their souls. Ernie Haase of StowTown records said he hopes the song will encourage listeners to be true to the character of Christ to everyone who comes through the doors.
“This song might also bring hope to the backslidden or non-believer that their local church could be a place for them to find refuge and hope in Jesus for this life,” said Haase
The Taylors are in their 13th year in Southern Gospel. The brother-sister trio, made up of Jonathan, Suzanne, and Chris Taylor, is based in North Carolina. Listen for their new song House of God on Texas Gospel Canada!