It’s hard to imagine how many times Micah Tyler spent his days wondering ‘what’s next,’ while driving a sausage delivery truck across southeast Texas. Surely he was questioning his own discernment to quit his youth pastor gig, sell half of what he owned to move his family into a single-wide trailer, and start traveling the region performing songs he’d written.

Not an easy move for a guy in his late 20s living in somewhat-reclusive Buna, Texas with a wife, three kids, and no strong connection to the music industry at the time. “I just knew I had to be obedient and step out into music full time,” Micah recalls. “I told the Lord, ‘I don’t know how to be a professional musician, but you’ve taught me to be faithful.’ It was a daily decision to wake up every morning and stop worrying about tomorrow.”


Thrive Worship is the sound of Bayside Church, a non-denominational, multi-campus movement in Sacramento, CA.
In partnership with Integrity Music, Thrive Worship, are a group of diverse singers and musicians across seven campuses, expanding their creative reach while keeping the same core passion and message. Working as a worship family, they express the following approach – “a church for people who don’t like church” – with songs that are focused on unwrapping the gospel to everyone.


New CCM duo Caleb & John are writing their own definition of brotherhood. Two men who came to music in completely different ways, Caleb & John have created their own distinctive sound with joy-fueled, high-energy vocals paired with vibrant musicality all pointing to Jesus. In short, their music is hopeful and fun, just like Caleb & John themselves.


Pastor/Brother Bryann Trejo was born July 4th, 1980 in Corpus Cristi, TX, one of 2 identical twin babies. He lived there through his adolescent years and then bounced around a couple more Texas towns before settling in Chattanooga, TN at the age of 13. There is where he started to delve into the street life and gangs. He spent most of his teenage years in juvenile detention centers for armed robberies and the selling of narcotics. By his twenties his life was a revolving door in and out of jail and prison. At the age of 23 he was facing 30 years in prison for 2 attempted murders in retaliation to an attack on his twin brother from a rival street drug syndicate. By the grace of God the charges were lowered to 2 aggravated assaults and he plead down to 7 years in prison where he served 4 years and got out on probation. So by the age of 27 going on 28 he had spent most of his adult life in prison. After he got out he returned to Chattanooga, TN to be with his kids. Soon later he moved to Fort Wayne, IN where his twin brother was at. In May of 2013 his brother was innocently murdered in a retaliation shooting stemming from the murder of a juvenile the week prior. Those involved thought Woo Woo Bryann’s twin brother had something to do with the murder. In actuality Woo Woo was trying to mentor the young man. After that Bryann could have revenged his brother in cold blood but chose to love and forgive. That is now the message of Jesus he spreads around the world today.


Hundreds of concert appearances in multiple countries have given Manic Drive a purpose: To speak to a generation passionately looking for something true to live for, many of whom suffer from addiction, hate and abuse, with a clear message of hope and truth.

“We’ve begun to measure our success in terms of the harvest for the Kingdom of God,” says Michael Cavallo. “We’re manic about it. We’re driven to see people jumping up and down to the music and going to their knees as the anointing hits the place.”

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After years of solo projects in the mission field of mainstream Pop, Hip-Hop and EDM music, the husband & wife duo, Lane and Cary Terzieff, came together to form Trampolines in early 2020.
The name Trampolines comes from their ‘trampoline wedding’ and the high energy jumping people experience at every live show. With a focus on mission work and ministry, Lane and Cary have gotten the chance to sing and rap about God’s love for people all over the world. From ISIS war zones in Syria, to dance parties in the jungles of Burma, and even having the first song from inside North Korea, Trampolines is sharing Christ through their live events at every opportunity they get.


Bobby Barrera (Bobby Bendito)


CHH artist, I can’t explain in 160 letters or less, but I’ve seen a lot been through a lot and I am Blessed to be here! God, Family and Music, who’s with me?

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After several mass shootings in the United States, worship leader Ryan Fonseca took to the piano and wrote a song.

Fonseca served alongside author and speaker, Max Lucado in their San Antonio church for over five years. After Fonseca shared his new song Unfold on Instagram, Lucado shared it as well with his 159,000 followers.

“I’ve been off and on songwriting … I still have a heart for songs and melodies. … Occasionally, I’ll sit down, whenever I’m inspired, especially when it’s along the lines of my faith,” says Fonseca.