As the second day of North American Youth Congress commenced, thousands of apostolic young people poured into the Chesapeake Arena for the early Jump Start session which included worship and icebreaker activities. From here, the attendees were dismissed to their various split sessions, which catered to the different demographics of NAYC. The teen sessions was… View Article
This semester, I was assigned to write a fairly extensive research paper on early fourth and fifth century music. After a couple of brain explosions and mental breakdowns, I had a breakthrough when I discovered the writings of a philosopher we know as Boethius. Boethius was a philosopher, mathematician, musician, and a consultant for the… View Article
“It’s not you, it’s me.” There’s that cliché line that no one in their right mind wants to hear. Now, imagine hearing this from God. *awkward* Take a minute or two, and think about your worship. What is worship, and what does it mean to worship? Is it singing? Thanking God for His blessings? Is… View Article
No one wants to be pegged as “that guy” or “that girl.” We all remember “that guy” in elementary school who tried to entertain his fellow classmates with his off color noises, fashioned by his own genius and formed by random body parts. His noise-making talents, though fascinating to him, were only annoying, disturbing, (a slew of adjectives might be inserted here) to his peers.