Over the course of a week, nine musical artists of different styles, backgrounds, and faiths were invited by Glenn Beck to compose, arrange, and record as a unit. Tonight, TheBlaze debuted Part 1 of Believe Again, the new Christmas special that took audiences for a backstage look at the making of the album. As part of the show, viewers were invited to participate in a live chat with some of the artists like David Osmond, Cody Carnes, and more, as well as Glenn Beck and his son Raphe.
#BelieveAgain Raphe here. I'm watching with my dad and My grandpa and my sister I keep reading all the comments. HI YALL— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) December 11, 2013
Wait...shouldn't Raphe be in bed by now?
#BelieveAgain Raphe again: hi Diane my bed time is at 9:30 and dad says I can power 4 states all at once.this show is amazing .— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) December 11, 2013
Raphe wasn't the only one enjoying the show:
#BelieveAgain This version of "Angels We have Heard on High"? Oh, yeah. So singable, over and over and over again. Wow!— HuitzilopochtliAdams (@HuitzAdams) December 11, 2013
Can't believe how stripped down, raw, vulnerable REAL all the performers and producers are in #BelieveAgain— Skip LaCombe (@skiplacombe) December 11, 2013
The artists and producers were moved by the special:
#believeagain my wife is crying!— Mark Mabry (@markmabry) December 11, 2013
reliving the best week of my life... pretty happy right now #believeagain— Ashley Hess (@ashleyhessmusic) December 11, 2013
And Glenn told viewers how honored he was to be involved with such an amazing group of people focused on faith and hope:
Robp55 #BelieveAgain you think this is harrowing, you should have seen the studios today with six Christmas special episodes in edit.— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) December 11, 2013
#BelieveAgain for those who are asking for more shows like this on the blaze: WE AGREE. Wildly expensive. We need your help, spread the word— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) December 11, 2013
#BelieveAgain the best part of this is the fact that it is all Christ driven but not in your face. Just not ashamed. Never see this on MSM— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) December 11, 2013
#believeagain ... Most tv producers would tell you WE NEED CONFLICT. We hoped for the opposite. Nothing planned, no gimmicks. FAITH/hope!— Glenn Beck (@glennbeck) December 11, 2013