The Newsboys are celebrating the release of their new album “BornAgain” this summer and mixing together great music and acts of service! The Newsboys are heading to Baja, Mexico, to build homes for those in need and they are personally inviting you to be a part of this mission! Come experience a summer you’ll never forget as you, your friends and your family impact real lives for God with the Newsboys!

“The song ‘Born Again’ was the first song we pinned for the album. It’s a throwback phrase from the 70s… When you were a Christian in the 70s, you were Born Again. The song and the record have this theme musically going through this whole thing of redemption and that to me is faith at its best. ‘Born Again’ has a redeeming factor to it for sure thematically.It’s got a fresh sound to it and we didn’t know what it was going to sound like… but we knew that was something special God was doing, so we threw away the old canvas, threw away the plans from the past, everything that worked in the past and we are doing something new. And so, ‘Born Again’ was birthed.”

-Michael Tait

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