Friday, 30 October 2015 15:29

Deadlines - What’s the Rush?

There are many critical tools an artists needs to be successful. None more so than a deadline. More than talent, more than resources, or great ideas, a fixed date and waiting audience launches an artist into action and turns dreams into reality.
Friday, 30 October 2015 15:29

A Word Named Sacrifice

The word "sacrifice" has become the definition of our lives in WCS. It would be easy to stay and keep touring the States, but to experience what the Lord has to offer,
Thursday, 29 October 2015 15:29

C&L! Artist Interview: Nuteki

C&L! Artist NUTEKI is a band that was born out of a passion to see lives changed by the power of the Gospel. I recently got to have a chat with the lead singer of NUTEKI, Misha, about how it all began and how God is working through them and their music.
Good art is a powerful expression of the artist’s worldview. The fact is that every artistic expression carries something of a worldview, whether or not the artist or
Tuesday, 24 November 2015 03:00

Fruit on the Mountain

John 15: 16 – “You have not chosen Me, but I have chosen you. And appointed you to bear fruit – fruit that will last….”
Tuesday, 01 December 2015 03:00

Provocative Art

One of my favorite street artists is the infamous and yet somehow anonymous Banksy from the UK. What intrigues me is his creative way of asking powerful questions that make you stop and think again about things that we often just accept as normal.
Tuesday, 08 December 2015 03:00

Why do we all want to be Rockstars?

I have a theory that deep down everyone wants to be a rockstar. How do I know this? Because I do.
Tuesday, 15 December 2015 03:00

Audience of One

Over the years I have had virtually every kind of experience as an artist. I have played for packed halls and empty clubs.
Tuesday, 22 December 2015 03:00

3 keys to writing great songs

Writing anything is hard. If you’re like me, you’re never satisfied. Looking back at your old material is like puberty - painfully awkward and, unfortunately, part of growing up.
In my band "No Longer Music", I have very strict rules about what I expect in terms of holiness—not because I am legalistic, but because I know that as Christians in a position of public influence, God will hold us to a higher standard (James 3:1).
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