Archive for the Christian Music Category

The Axehead Falls

Posted in Christian Music, Christianity, Church, Discipleship, Evangelism, God, Jesus, Megachurch, Religion on December 2, 2008 by Scott

What better way for the Axe to fall than to say goodbye with our friends from Audio Adrenaline.

No tears. It’s simply time to shut-up and start making a difference somewhere. But we’re not disappearing completely.  You can find us on Twitter and Facebook

In the words of Forest Gump, “That’s all I’ve got to say about that.”

Get Up and Dance

Posted in Christian Music, Christianity, Jesus, Religion on November 19, 2008 by Scott

Who would have thought that God would give his one and only son
Taking a stand upon the cross to show His perfect love
So wont you break wont you break free
Get up and dance in his love
So wont you break wont you break free
Get up and dance in his love
His love never ending

There’s no escaping the truth
There’s no mistaking it’s You
God forever we’ll
Get up and dance,
Get up and dance
And praise You

I have to admit that sometimes I sing “Shutup and dance…” primarily because I think sometimes we should just shutup and do something, instead of sitting around talking.

Baby Got Book

Posted in Christian Music, Religion on August 7, 2008 by Scott

If you’ve been on YouTube, you’ve probably seen this. But for those who haven’t…here’s a good laugh from WhiteBoyDJ.

What If His People Prayed?

Posted in Christian Music, Christianity, Church, Faith, God, Prayer, Religion on August 2, 2008 by Scott

From Mark Hall, lead singer of Casting Crowns, talking about his inspiration for the song What If His People Prayed?

What if His people prayed
And those who bear His name
Would humbly seek His faith, yeah
And turn from their old ways

And what would happen if we prayed
For those raised up to lead the way
Then maybe kids in school could pray
And unborn children see light of day

What if the life that we pursue
Came from a hunger for the truth
What if the family turned to Jesus
Stopped asking Oprah what to do

“It seems as though everything I heard was, “What’s wrong with the world? It’s the governments fault that this is happening. The schools are doing this, and the politicians are doing that. The government, the schools, and the media were always the problem.

I’m all for speaking the truth, but we seem to forget one obvious truth; They’re lost. Lost people sin. That’s what they do. There is no compass in them telling them to do anything else. We, however, have a compass that points to true north.

2 Chronicles 7:14If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and will heal their land.

Look at God’s promises…He will hear our prayers. He will forgive our sins. He will heal our infirm nation...And we’ve forgotten the first half of what he says. It’s an if/then statement. It’s conditional. He says, “If MY people…” God is calling His people to follow him, strip off all of the facades and lay aside all of the sin and start loving him with our lives.

It’s really not the world’s fault. The world is the world, although it will be held accountable in the end. But the Church’s accountability supersedes that of the world: “For it is time for judgment to begin at the household of God; and if it begins with us, what will be the outcome for those who do not obey the gospel of God?” (1 Peter 4:17).”

Impossible

Posted in Christian Music, God, Prayer, Religion on March 6, 2008 by Scott

If you like Linkin Park, you’ll like Manafest. Check out this duo with Trevor from Thousand Foot Krutch.manafest.jpg

This is the last time, I’ll cry lullabies
All night can’t sleep I hear the floors creek
I feel shadows in my room
My friends find another bruise
I’m a end up on the news
I just don’t know what to do
God I’m calling you
Send an angel send two
I want a move but I’m trapped in the outer room
I know you hear me clearly I’m weary
Come and fill me with your power heal me

Thanks to T2theW for the link.

Kickin’ It Old School

Posted in Christian Music, Christianity, Culture, Music, Religion on February 26, 2008 by Scott

A little history…

This Too Shall Be Made Right

Posted in Blogs, Christian Music, Community, Culture, Faith, Jesus, Music, Video on December 20, 2007 by Scott

Derek Webb with a great a song but this video is also well done. He’s becoming the Don Henley of Christian artists. The opening line is telling…people love you the most for the things you hate.