features

  • Captured in Time
    Captured in Time
    (FEBRUARY 2013) A Look at a Decade’s Worth of Homecoming Tapings!
  • Ten Years of Goodbyes
    Ten Years of Goodbyes
    (FEBRUARY 2013) Over the past decade, we’ve weathered the loss of many Homecoming Friends whose names are indelibly carved in our hearts and minds. We honor those who have gone on to the presence of the Lord.
  • Lou Hildreth: A Closer Look at a Gospel Industry Icon
    Lou Hildreth: A Closer Look at a Gospel Industry Icon
    (JANUARY 2013) A beloved figure in the Southern gospel music realm, Lou Wills Hildreth has been active in the industry for 75 years. Homecoming Magazine recently interviewed her about her career, faith, family and long-time friendship with Bill and Gloria Gaither.
  • Charlotte Ritchie: Simply a Treasure
    Charlotte Ritchie: Simply a Treasure
    (DECEMBER 2012) Once a painfully shy wallflower, Charlotte Ritchie continues to blossom as a solo artist with a new Christmas album, December.
  • A Chat with Actress Haylie Duff
    A Chat with Actress Haylie Duff
    (NOVEMBER 2012) Homecoming Magazine interviews Haylie Duff, who is featured in the films "Love Takes Wing" and "Love Finds a Home," both from the "Love Comes Softly" series.
  • Through the Eyes of Karlye Hopper
    Through the Eyes of Karlye Hopper
    (OCTOBER 2012) Karlye Hopper, the daughter of Homecoming friends Dean and Kim Hopper, talks about her faith, her traveling family and what it's like to be a teenager in the midst of it all.
  • Gordon Mote:  Playing By His Own Rules
    Gordon Mote: Playing By His Own Rules
    (OCTOBER 2012) Gordon Mote is enjoying his solo career and having the time to connect to people more.
  • The Hoppers — Knowing What Counts
    The Hoppers — Knowing What Counts
    (OCTOBER 2012) After recording music for 55 years, many groups might be hesitant to take risks, sticking to the “tried-and-true” methods that have brought previous success. Not so with the Hoppers!
  • Gaither Vocal Band: Pure and Simple
    Gaither Vocal Band: Pure and Simple
    (OCTOBER 2012) The Gaither Vocal Band’s newest release features their tried-and-true sound with a refreshingly simple twist.
  • Read Your Bible, Pray Every Day
    Read Your Bible, Pray Every Day
    (OCTOBER 2012) An inside look at the Bible-reading habits of some of the Homecoming Friends who contributed their words to the Gaither Homecoming Bible.
  • The Word Of God: Alive and Singing!
    The Word Of God: Alive and Singing!
    (OCTOBER 2012) Modern technology has brought the world into our hands, but God’s ultimate navigational app has always been right there for us — for every step of our journey.
  • Dean Hopper Speaks from the Heart
    Dean Hopper Speaks from the Heart
    (SEPTEMBER 2012) Dean Hopper shares a favorite Bible verse and talks about the inspiring ways God has moved during recent Hoppers concerts. Plus, a special video preview of the Hoppers' album "Count Me In"!
  • David Phelps Releases "Classic" CD/DVD
    David Phelps Releases "Classic" CD/DVD
    (SEPTEMBER 2012) David Phelps' newest release, "Classic," is sure to become a Homecoming fan favorite, with updated twists on classical and modern tunes.
  • What Makes Kim Hopper Tick
    What Makes Kim Hopper Tick
    (SEPTEMBER 2012) One of the most popular female vocalists in Southern Gospel music, Kim Hopper obviously loves to sing. But what else does she enjoy? Read what she shared with Homecoming Magazine...
  • Robin Roberts' Mother Passes Away at Age 88
    Robin Roberts' Mother Passes Away at Age 88
    (AUGUST 2012) Lucimarian Tolliver Roberts, the mother of "Good Morning America" host and Homecoming friend Robin Roberts, has passed away at the age of 88 in Pass Christian, Mississippi.
  • Remembering Homecoming Tour Artist Stephen Hill
    Remembering Homecoming Tour Artist Stephen Hill
    (AUGUST 2012) A LIFE WELL LIVED. Homecoming artist Stephen Hill passed away suddenly on August 5th from a massive heart attack. Here, we remember this "gentle giant" and the quiet, loving impact he made on so many around him.
 
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