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  • A Homecoming Tent Revival
    A Homecoming Tent Revival
    (AUGUST 2011) Not long after their “step back in time” taping of an old-fashioned 'Homecoming Tent Revival', Homecoming Friends reflect on what the day meant to them.
  • Part Of Her World: Jodi Benson
    Part Of Her World: Jodi Benson
    (AUGUST 2011) Gloria catches up with voice actor, Jodi Benson — the voice of Disney's "Little Mermaid" Ariel, along with many others favorite characters — to find out where she's headed next...
  • Kidding Around
    Kidding Around
    (AUGUST 2011) The Homecoming Friends remember the sweet, hopeful, and sometimes embarrassing glories of their childhoods!
  • Let The Children Come
    Let The Children Come
    (AUGUST 2011) Bill Gaither, Ben Isaacs, and the Gaither Vocal Band put a high energy, modern spin on the songs that impacted generations of kids and remind us again that we are all still a promise.
  • RUSS TAFF: Far and Away
    RUSS TAFF: Far and Away
    (JUNE 2011) Russ Taff rediscovers the power of music and glories Jesus with his latest album.
  • The Return of the Martins
    The Return of the Martins
    (JUNE 2011) It’s a new day, with a brand new album of hope-infused songs, from the sibling trio.
  • Wisdom In The Balance
    Wisdom In The Balance
    (JUNE 2011) Excerpt from the book 'A Collection of Wednesdays: Creating a Whole from the Parts' by Amy Gaither Hayes on wisdom in balance.
  • Balancing Acts
    Balancing Acts
    (JUNE 2011) When your life includes being on the road a good portion of the year, maintaining balance can be difficult. Read how some artists have managed to keep centered and growing…
  • Shaped In Suffering: Reba Rambo McGuire
    Shaped In Suffering: Reba Rambo McGuire
    (APRIL 2011) Reba reminds us that in the midst of our wounds, we have a Friend who understands, empathizes and heals our shattered hearts.
  • Shaped In Suffering
    Shaped In Suffering
    (APRIL 2011) The Homecoming Friends assess what traits and lessons in their lives were created through a time of suffering.
  • Kim Hopper: Singing Through The Storm
    Kim Hopper: Singing Through The Storm
    (APRIL 2011) Kim Hopper has had her share of struggles and sufferings, but has grown in them and sees the Father's hand through them.
  • The GVB Goes Global
    The GVB Goes Global
    (APRIL 2011) Gaither Vocal Band Set For International Sojourn To South Africa, Europe, and South America.
  • David Dark: Light from Dark
    David Dark: Light from Dark
    (OCTOBER 2010) Gloria Gaither talks with American writer, David Dark, about his new book and more...
  • Miller’s Time: Donald Miller
    Miller’s Time: Donald Miller
    (APRIL 2010) Gloria talks with Donald Miller, the writer who's climbed the fabled ruins at Machu Picchu, cycled his way across America and visited the poorest of the poor in African missions.
  • The Misadventures of Mark Lowry: Cool Grandparents
    The Misadventures of Mark Lowry: Cool Grandparents
    (AUGUST 2004) In his inimitable fashion, Mark Lowry shares about some very special people in his life--his grandparents.
  • Ivan Parker: Son of a Preacher Man
    Ivan Parker: Son of a Preacher Man
    (JUNE 2004) He came into this world “screaming and singing.” At least that’s the way Ivan Parker describes his very first performance before a “captive” audience...
  • The Misadventures of Mark Lowry: Art Who?
    The Misadventures of Mark Lowry: Art Who?
    (JUNE 2004) Class clown Mark Lowry braves challenges put to him by Homecoming readers... but this time, this challenge was given by Gloria Gaither, and it's all about ART.
  • Remembering VESTAL GOODMAN
    Remembering VESTAL GOODMAN
    (APRIL 2004) The Queen of Gospel Music was laid to rest on New Year’s Day in Nashville, Tennessee, 2004. It was a dignified service, with tributes read from the governor of TN and the President of the USA. But because it was for Vestal, it was also full of laughter, stories and good music...
  • David Phelps: You Can Dream
    David Phelps: You Can Dream
    (APRIL 2004) Homecoming Magazine spoke with the talented tenor about his music, his growing family, and his new solo release, REVELATION.
  • Remembering JAKE HESS
    Remembering JAKE HESS
    (APRIL 2004) JAKE HESS, Pioneer, Minister, Showman... Everybody loved Jake, and Jake loved everybody. A simple way to sum up 76 years of living, but a fitting eulogy for the extraordinary man Bill Gaither described as “Gospel music’s finest gentleman.”
 
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