Ever thought God had taught you a lesson, and that was it; book closed, notes filed away, class dismissed…only to get a letter in the mail a year or so later saying you needed to re-learn that lesson you’d theoretically already crossed off the checklist. Yep, God does this. And as much as I dread opening … More When God Sends Mail From the Past
Three simple words; Avett Brothers rock. Yes, it’s taken me this long to truly listen to the Avett Brothers. And I am certainly not disappointed. There is definitely a unique and distinct sound to this group that sets them apart from others. I don’t need to convince music junkies to the talent that sheds off of … More Three. Simple. Words.
Born in Austin,Texas, but slowly sweeping across the country with his infusion of blues and rock is Shakey Graves, also known as Alejandro Rose-Garcia. Shakey Graves’ first album, released in 2011, Roll The Bones seduced festival groupies with the smokey vocals and pumped up guitar riffs. Here are some reasons why Shakey Graves will have you running the … More Roll The Bones
Let’s have the discussion about this “hiatus”. The boys who rocked the world and stole the hearts of countless girls have announced that they will be taking a “break”. Avid fans are plagued with the gut wrenching reality that the ultimate love serenaders may be setting down the roses and hanging up their guitars. Why … More Which Direction?
I did a little two year throwback this past week. With the recent casting of Tom as The Amazing Spider-Man’s Peter Parker, I decided to do some research on his previous movies. Naturally, I stumbled across How I Live Now. It wasn’t just Tom Holland and Saoirse Ronan I was impressed by, but the entire question that the … More How Would You Live?
I’ve always been a sucker for Disney Pixar films. But Disney has started to evolve over the past few years, taking a more scenic route which involves portraying important messages and values. Their latest film, Inside Out, grapples with emotions. Riley, the human of the film, is given five emotions that govern and dictate her actions … More What We Can Learn From Pixar
The Gentlemen of the Road have shocked the pants off of everyone and decided to go for a different sound on their latest album, no banjo–sorry folks. The english boys who are known for their rich use of banjo and subtle hints of bluegrass have opted for a synth feel, similar to many indie bands today. … More Gentlemen of the Road
Lord Huron recently released their latest album, Strange Trails, this past February. Fans have long awaited the release of this groups catchy new vibes. They surely won’t be disappointed. With hits like Ends of the Earth, listeners have awaited a new upbeat song to bop around to, and Lord Huron has brought the heat with their … More Strange Trails
Technically compasses have eight directions, north, northeast, southeast, south, southwest, west, and northwest. But are directions really that simple? As Christians we are given the bible and some basic directions, the ten commandments. But other than this, we are left to be guided by the holy spirit, Jesus’ teachings, and other Christians around us. This … More Spiritual Compass
One of the most interesting aspects of beginning a new year, for me, are New Year’s resolutions. When I was a youngin I used to make resolutions all the time. They consisted of stop eating cheetos…no matter how cheesy they are, write something intellectually clever in my diary every day (embarrassing), or ,as I matured, make an … More New Year…New You