Mandisa Releases New Album ‘Out of the Dark’

Mandisa’s latest album, Out of the Dark, is enjoyable to listen to, but also has a strong message of Christ’s redemptive power. The album is complete with catchy beats, strong lyrics, and contributions from industry-leading artists such as TobyMac, Britt Nicole, Kirk Franklin, and Jeremy Camp. As with all of Mandisa’s previous albums, Out of the Dark almost pure pop. However, it’s anything but typical. Lyrically, … Continue reading Mandisa Releases New Album ‘Out of the Dark’

Is Genesis History? An Interview With Dr. Del Tackett

Del Tackett is the former president of the Focus on the Family Institute. He’s also a brilliant proffeseur and has taught over 30 courses at three different schools. In 2016, Tackett interviewed over a dozen Creationist scientists (who believe in the 6-day account of creation) to learn more about the world through a biblical perspective. Those interviews are featured in a phenomenal new documentary called … Continue reading Is Genesis History? An Interview With Dr. Del Tackett

The Problem With Judging People

As humans, we tend to idolize some and look down on others. We judge people based on all the wrong things. We use shallow and unfair methods to evaluate people’s worth, and it’s wrong. For this reason, I’ve created a short list of the ways we judge people, and why, as Christians, we need to stop. We shouldn’t judge people… 1. Based on their sin … Continue reading The Problem With Judging People

Director Attached to Narnia: The Silver Chair

In a surprise announcement by Variety recently, Mark Gordon (of the Mark Gordon Company) revealed the director for the latest installment of the Narnia franchise. Progress has been slow on Narnia: The Silver Chair, but this exciting new announcement is proof that the film is alive and well, and can be expected to be released sometime in 2019. Joe Johnston is officially attached as the … Continue reading Director Attached to Narnia: The Silver Chair