When I wrote the song “Edge of My Life” I was picturing families or that person who is struggling just to survive or make ends meat as the saying goes. I’ve experienced those moments in my life where I felt like I was on the edge of quitting or just in a hard place. 1 Timothy 6:12 tells us to...
Trip Lee Announces 'Rise' Album Release Date
Little is known about Trip Lee's upcoming album Rise, but today we received a release date. The Reach Records artist is scheduled to release the music he's "the most excited he's ever been about" on...
Free Download: Skrip - For Another Day
Skrip opens up on his new free download, "For Another Day".
St. Louis Rapper Thi’sl Takes Action After Michael Brown Killing
Thi’sl and his pastor Kenny Petty identify with the frustration in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson by protesters who demand justice for Michael Brown.
Social Club - Benjamin Trillington
They first brought you "Chocolate Bobka", now Beat Politicians producer D-Flow and Social Club hit you with a new, nasty, bass heavy single, "Benjamin Trillington".
The truth is, we live not in a Theocracy. Long gone are the days where Rulers, Kings, Monarchs, and Presidents look to a higher being in the decision making process. Human reasoning and understanding has become the final authority in all matters.
There is a tension that many believers find themselves in; the desire to stand up for what they believe in while understanding the world in which they live.
As a business, hip hop has always relied on the power of sex for profit. For years, artists like Patra, Foxy Brown, Lil Kim, and Nikki Minaj, to name a few, have capitalized on their sex appeal to great effect. Meaning they've made heaps of dollars by coupling art and sexuality. So with the reality of sex as entertainment ever before us, certain questions must be asked: how do we educate the impressionable minds being bombarded daily with sex and sex and more sex? Who is to provide this education? Parents, school teachers, the church?
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Why do we suffer? Why does God allow all this pain? These questions and more are addressed thoroughly by Believin Stephen on his debut album 'The Suffering Servant'. The heavily thematic album tackles the topic of suffering in a threefold manner:
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Captured is an album that was derived from a personal burden on FLAME’s heart. When reflecting upon the state of the world and the church, FLAME noticed that people fell into two categories:
1. being captured by sin and still under its grip and control; or 2. having been captured by God and under His rule and sway.
Yet, he saw something similar in both groups: the need to be recaptured. The non-Christian needs to be captured by God for the first time, while the Christian needs to constantly be captured by God’s beauty, His holiness, and His grace. As the psalmist says in Psalm 42, “As a deer pants for flowing streams so pants my soul for you, O God. My soul thirsts for God for the living God…” This is the language of one who is captured and is being captured by a holy God and a sweet Savior.
FLAME takes you on a journey from what its like to be captured from birth to childhood to adulthood and then throughout your Christian journey. FLAME shares many personal stories of how God captured him and is continuing to capture him. He also gives a glimpse of how he and all the saints will eventually be captured once and for all in the presence of God. This album is a plea and a call for God’s created people and His children to follow hard after God and to cling to Him. Who or what has captured you?
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