Some genres were just never meant to work together, but sometimes someone breaks the rules. And they make something new and amazing altogether.
Friday the 20th of February was one of the the best, most worrying nights of my life.
Do you know someone who looks down on you because of your youth?
Are we perfect, or is our perfection but a mere cover-up?
God is quite a complex being, at least that’s what it seems. There’s a whole college dedicated to studying Him and its ways. But it’s got me thinking, with all the different ideas of God, is it helping us or just getting in the way?
Jeremy Camp’s I Will Follow was easily one of my most anticipated and hopeful releases of the year, mainly because I was ready for an amazing album after Reckless, which was, well, a letdown. As I pulled up the stream on my computer, I was ready for the best Camp album since Speaking Louder Than Before. So is it better than Reckless?
As all writers know, one of the most difficult parts in the process of writing a novel is the end. The end has to tie everything together, be satisfying, leave an impact, and be the most memorable part of the book. With that in mind, writing the end of my newest novel has been the hardest part of the process.
Today I want to look at a topic that we as Christians sometimes place too much emphasis on: judgement.
Does anyone remember Steve Taylor? Does anyone remember his last album, Squint, released back in 1993? No? If so, don’t worry, because he’s back! After twenty-one years (longer than my whole life), Steve is back, and he’s brought a new band along with him. Steve Taylor and the Perfect Foil released their debut album, Goliath in November last year, and if anyone recalls my 2014 album list, will remember this got pretty high.
One of my favourite parables in the Bible is when Jesus says to turn the other cheek. What does that mean exactly? In writing my newest novel, Virulent, it’s been a subject of thought for me, so I thought I’d dig below the surface to find what it truly means.