Posted on Monday, Feb 15, 2021 by K-LOVE Staff

We are excited to announce the 2022 K-LOVE Cruise with Premier Vacations and Events is departing from Port Canaveral, FL, on January 24, 2022. The fan-centric cruise will feature a variety of entertainers and some of your favorite K-LOVE artists!

Check out who's setting sail with you in 2022!


1. Casting Crowns 

The bridge in “Start Right Here” takes its cues straight from 2 Chronicles 7:14 (NLT): "Then if my people who are called by my name will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sins and restore their land." - @Casting Crowns 

For more on this song, check out: Casting Crowns Sends a Message of True Change in New Song “Start Right Here.”


2. Zach Williams 

"I wanted to write a song that just really touched on how imperfect we are as humans. For me, I know I struggle with feeling like I'm not worthy or good enough. I have my good days; I have my bad days just like everybody else," he says of the message behind the tune he penned with respected songwriters Hank Bentley and Mia Fieldes. "I want everything to be pointed back to Him. This song's not about me… It's about embracing the imperfections and knowing there's a God who's perfect, who loves you just the way you are." - @Zach Williams 

For more on this song, check out: Zach Williams Resolves to Be More Like Jesus in 2021.


3. Crowder 

“This song is just some good old-fashioned group singing! And what I love about that is it is a group of people in harmony together,” Crowder shared on Instagram when the song released in mid-January. “That’s what we need and what I’m praying for, some harmony and togetherness.” - @Crowder 

For more on this song, check out: Crowder Returns with Gospel Singalong “Good God Almighty.”


4. We The Kingdom 

The rhythmic "God So Loved" encapsulates the beauty of the Gospel message and concludes with the familiar refrain of the traditional "Doxology." Two years in the making, this song has been a labor of love for the family band.

"Each culture, each people group, and each person is so deeply loved by our God," - @We The Kingdom 

For more on this song, check out: We The Kingdom Brings Scripture to Life with New Song "God So Loved."


5. Big Daddy Weave 

"When a person realizes the hope that they have in Jesus, and that becomes the greater voice in a person's life, that reveals the purpose that's bigger than the pain," Weaver says of the story behind the song. "It's like when the prophet Jeremiah says in chapter twenty, verse nine, 'What if I decided to stop talking about You?' Jeremiah says that God's Word is in his heart like a fire, a fire shut up in his bones. He can't hold it in." - @Big Daddy Weave 

For more on this song, check out: "This Is What We Live For" Redefined by Big Daddy Weave.


6. Cory Asbury  

“I think I wrote eight songs in two weeks,” Asbury recalls. “I couldn’t shut it off. I couldn’t sleep at night, and when I did, I would just be having dreams; and the dreams would be songs and song ideas… It felt like the heavens opened, and all of a sudden, God was speaking. It was awesome.” - @Cory Asbury  

For more on this song, check out: Cory Asbury Soars With Comforting Single, “Sparrows.”


7. We Are Messengers 

"These are challenging times where we need unity, hope, empathy and love," shares lead vocalist, Darren Mulligan. " 'Image Of God' is a song to unite us, reminding us that every single person is created wonderfully in God's image, and as such are invaluable and fully worthy of our time, respect, love and honor." - @We Are Messengers 

For more on this song, check out: New We Are Messengers Song Reminds Us We are Made in "Image Of God."


8. Kari Jobe & @Cody Carnes 

"I have cried so many times as I've watched different people all over the world declaring 'The Blessing' over their families, their churches and their nations," Jobe says of the song's global impact. "God is a God of His Word, and this song is straight from Scripture. I love how He never changes and is always with us and for us. That brings so much peace, especially in a season of disappointment, uncertainty and fear like we have all been walking through this year. 'The Blessing' is truth that we can declare daily over our lives, families and others. So grateful." - @Kari Jobe 

For more on this song, check out: "The Blessing" Reaches Worldwide.



"It is like a person building a house who digs deep and lays the foundation on solid rock. When the floodwaters rise and break against that house, it stands firm because it is well built." (Luke 6:48) - @I AM THEY  

For more on this song, check out: "My Feet Are On The Rock" by I AM THEY.


10. Steven Curtis Chapman 

"So it is with a heavy yet hopeful heart that I share this new song with a prayer...a cry...a Desperate Benediction for all of us....praying for peace, and praying that it starts with me, with you, with each of us." - @Steven Curtis Chapman 

For more on this song, check out: Steven Curtis Chapman Calls for God's Peace in New Song "A Desperate Benediction." 

For the full line up of artists and events, or to book your cabin, head to the K-LOVE Cruise website!

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