I got a teal GameBoy Color when I was about seven years old, and I especially remember playing Kirby’s Tilt ‘n’ Tumble on it. One, because it was a clear-pink cartridge unlike all of the gray game cartridges that I had, and two, because I thought it was the coolest thing that moving the actual GameBoy made the little pinball go in whatever direction you wanted it to go.
I’ve seen Alexandra K. Trenfor quoted as saying, “The best teachers are those who show you where to look, but don’t tell you what to see.” as well as a couple of other things.
I never knew who Alexandra was but I just never stopped to think about it until someone asked me, “Who is Alexandra K. Trenfor?” after having seen her quoted somewhere.
“A writer…? Right?” I didn’t know.
“I can’t find her anywhere.”
I really couldn’t believe that. Surely Alexandra K. Trenfor was somewhere, so I began to look for her.
But it was true, all that I could really find about her was this post, where I found that many people have searched for her to no avail.
Andy Mineo for me is usually a fun, more upbeat kinda rapper, but on this EP, things get serious. In these new songs, we get to “meet” a whole new side of Andy.
Each song on this album, flows easily into the song after it, giving this album a lot of unity. They are all connected in themes such as doubt, faith, feeling lost, and the beauty of God’s presence despite whatever we may be feeling. I am going to go a little deeper as I review each individual song below.
[Read more…] about ‘I: Arrow’ by Andy Mineo [Saturday Morning Review]
Here on ChurchMag, we have already told you about ChurchMem.es, here, here, and here, and a bunch of other times too. But as I have joined the ChurchMem.es team, I would like to brag about it a little bit too. 😉
I don’t know about you but I think that Jesus laughed when He was down here. I mean, we live in such a funny world — don’t we?
We humans, have taken ourselves seriously since forever. We have the choice to laugh or cry and how many times do we choose to cry?
Christians, in particular, have gotten the reputation for being straight-laced, uptight, and serious. If anyone needs to laugh, it’s those of us who claim to have heard The Good News, right?
I love rap music, * cue the DC Talk song *, and I am always interested in hearing new rappers, especially ones that keep their lyrics clean. I like it when I can listen to it with my little brother and sister, without having to worry about it.
Lecrae, a hip-hop rapper and record producer, released his major label debut, and the eighth studio album entitled All Things Work Together.
Spoiler alert: It’s really, really, good.