Miguel Davilla is the lead pastor of Hampton Roads Fellowship in Hampton Roads, VA.
"For the word of God is living and active, sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing to
the division of soul and of spirit, of joints and of marrow, and discerning the thoughts
and intentions of the heart." -Hebrews 4:12
There is no question today that the face of America is changing. The population is
undergoing radical demographic changes unlike in any other time in our Nations history.
The rise in immigration along with the high birth rates among minorities, have been the
largest contributors to this demographic change. More specifically, hispanics are
projected to represent over 30% of the American population within the next 25 years.
That is staggering when you think about. How will the church today relate to this coming
talks new mixtape, Humble Beast signing & gives title of next album.
Catchy slogans are a dime a dozen. Everyone uses them and Hip Hop culture is filled with plenty (Who hasn't heard "Turn Up!" the last 24 hours?). Being keenly aware of this tendency, Beautiful Eulogy member Odd Thomas
has created his own slogan to use: More Humble Rappers Please. Beyond the eye-catching T-shirt design and clever irony, the statement communicates much more depth than the six syllables suggests.
On day 1 of the Legacy Conference, the weight of the temporal life that each human being faces was met with the greater reality of the glory of God. In song, rap, teaching, preaching and celebration; the conference theme of "God getting glory alone" was present everywhere. For most participants, it was hard to imagine how the gathering experience could possibly improve.
Gatherings like the Legacy Conference are always approached with high expectations. Attendees invade the venue anticipating refreshing fellowship, healthy teaching and fire-kindling exhortation. This year's Legacy theme, Soli Deo Gloria, further cements these expectations with the goal of God receiving the glory alone. And on day 1 of Legacy Conference, He was lifted high.
talks various assumptions behind his motives, and what goes on behind the scenes with his mainstream industry artists relationships.
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gives an update on Church Clothes 2.
He went from gang bangin' and rappin' about thug life, to being apart
of one of the most popular CHH groups around. Check out Prince AJ of
Still Trill Christians' testimony and find out what STC hoped to
accomplish with their debut "Kings" album now!
Rich Perez is the pastor of Christ Crucified Fellowship in (Washington Heights) New York City.
I vividly remember those moments when my self-esteem was considerably influenced by who I was friends with. Despite the fact that I played it cool and never gave the impression of worry or concern, those moments were very real and likewise their effects. But if you can, think back with me on those moments when a classmate, a teammate or just some kid down the block asked you to do something in order to hang with him/her or just be their friend. What did they ask you? Was what they asked worth friendship with them? How does what they ask inform you about them and their heart?