Lecrae: Read part of the thought-provoking epilogue in new book
Two-time Grammy Award-winning artist Lecrae’s first book, Unashamed, will be published on May 3, and the memoir’s conclusion could challenge the worldview of readers.
NF pens heartbreaking song to his mom who died from overdose
Over the past year, 25-year-old recording artist NF has drawn a fanatical following with emotional music — none more vulnerable than a new song written to his mother, who died from a drug overdose in 2009.
Music Premiere: V. Rose - I Love You So Much (ILYSM) ft. Trip Lee
V. Rose has premiered a new single for her album, Young Dangerous Heart, on Rapzilla.com, "I Love You So Much (ILYSM)" featuring Reach Records rapper Trip Lee.
"In my journey, so far I have faced heartbreak, tragedy, abandonment, fear and many more terrible things, but God..."
Trip Lee releasing new book on 'The Shocking Truth About Who You Really Are'
Trip Lee's third book is available for pre-order.
Thomas Nelson is expected to publish the Reach Records rapper's new book titled Incredibly Normal: The Shocking Truth About Who You Really Are on...
We're thoroughly excited to announce our next compilation, 'Rapzilla.com Presents... King Kulture: Stop The Traffic'! This project is focused on aiding organizations fighting human trafficking. Album proceeds will benefit a great organization based in, and focused on NYC, called NYCUP (New York City Urban Project).
S.O.U.LMAG has published 20 issues covering Christian hip-hop over the past decade. You can download them free at www.thesoulmag.com. The magazine will continue but has now expanded to include a new TV show that will debut on the JCTV Network for it's first season this fall.
Trillia Newbell is a freelance journalist and writer. She writes on faith and family for The Knoxville News-Sentinel, Desiring God, and serves as the managing editor for Women of God Magazine. Her love and primary role is that of a wife and mother. She lives in Tennessee with her husband Thern and their two children.
Solitaire was crafted to be played alone and writing is often something done in solitude. Those things are great to do alone. But for only a period. Eventually solitaire gets boring and writing for publication is never truly done alone (editors and others contribute). There are few things that are truly completed, sustained, and enjoyed completely alone. This is most definitely true of the Christian life. We might think we can make it on our own without the care of others, but we can’t. We will crumble under the weight and pressures of this world and our own flesh. It’s also not how God intended it to be.
Fresh off confirming his upcoming, highly-anticipated 'Hors D'oeuvres' EP,' pictures have surfaced revealing production of The Ambassador's album art. Philly-based Scouts Honor Media Company has been spotted taking some eye-catching, experimental "drowning" photos for the project.
My favorite teacher ever was my high school chemistry teacher Mr. Cuba. He wasn't a young, hip, cool teacher. In fact it was quite the opposite. Older, slim-ish build, and an uber nerd. Every year on Halloween he wore a full out Star Trek uniform to class. I mean the whole one piece, snug fitting uniform. He wasn't cool to us inner city kids but he was a favorite for many of us. But one thing he NEVER did with us was grade on a curve. If we got all of the questions on the test right, then he never wrote "Excellent!" or "Super Job!!" He would only write "satisfactory." You'd get 100% of the questions correct and he'd only put "satisfactory." Why? Well, his philosophy was "If I spent the last few days teaching it to you, and you got them all correct what's excellent about that? I taught it, now you know it so show it. That's satisfactory." So because of this he NEVER graded us on a curve. If we all got 100% then cool. If we all got 35% then that's what we earned. The standard is the standard and there's no point in changing it just because we all fell short. Either he needed to teach it better or we needed to pay attention more but either way there were NO curves. (And for the record, this was in an honors type of program).