We are all sinners doing sinful things, and yet God calls us to be Holy. He calls us to remain unstained by the world around us. Dealing with the sin in our lives is incredibly important, but what about the sins of those around us? How would Jesus want us to treat those who fall short of his standards?
When you have God's Heart it Revolutionizes Everything!
Surrender & Rebuild - C&L! 2.0
Tuesday, 24 May 2016 09:23

Can I celebrate the success of others?

Every summer for the past decade, I have gone on tour with No Longer Music. This has become so embedded into my routine; it’s hard to imagine life any other way. I believe this is what God has put me on earth to do.

Still, even a call from God can be corrupted.
"I'm going to lean into God and take a step - even if I'm afraid"
For many Christian artists, the Gospel has gone out of style. In some cases, it's even seen as a negative thing. It may never be said that explicitly, but the Gospel is seen as “too intense” or “fundamental” or “old-school,” somehow less sophisticated, and not appropriate for our modern times.
"What are your thoughts on finding Christian themes in secular art?"
"Let's be real, if you want me, you can have me" - Jake Luhrs Interview Part 1
"Write these lyrics, they're going to impact a lot of people" - Jake Luhrs Interview Pt2
Jesus’ well-known “two paths” analogy is one of his most famous and certainly one of his most haunting. Jesus’ message is simple: eternity is real, and we all have a choice to make. Either we will spend all of eternity with God or without Him.
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