Are Christian artists too preachy? That depends on who you ask. After all, perception is in the eye of the beholder, right? Well, what I would like to do now is to dispel any notion or preconceived myth that I, as a Christian artist, am holier than thou. . . . Recently, many prominent Christian
I posted this one before; however, I felt it relevant enough to post it again . . . What are you in this for?…. Whether you are a secular artist or a Christian artist, this remains a relevant question: When you get up on the stage in front of the masses, what is your motivation
You hear the term grassroots a lot when it comes to politics. Usually, it’s the guy that doesn’t have the money to run the race, but he puts together a campaign built on the blood, sweat and tears of his supporters and their efforts to raise the funds necessary for him to run the race.
Several months ago, I saw a video on YouTube by a poet named Karness Turner which absolutely convicted me. To this day, I can hear his words in my head over and over asking me: does anyone know that I am a Christian? The challenge for me is that I am naturally an introverted person.
Not having the resources to continue using my previous web host turned out to be a blessing in disguise. Out of necessity, I have gone to a blog format that will not only support my music – it will also allow me to share more of my lifestyle. Be patient with me as I build