The Apologist of Christcentric and Believin Stephen have been putting out God-glorifying music together dating back to Christcentric's "City of God," released in 2006. They've each put out numerous projects since then and have collaborated on several occasions throughout the years. This time around, they've teamed up for a producer-artist album called "After the Storm."
2020 has been quite a stormy year. We've experienced the death of major icons, the death of innocent in
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This, the third segment flowing from the camp, is titled Christology - In Laymen’s Terms, and serves as the solo debut from Cross Movement member, the Ambassador(aka William Branch).
The first track (let’s call it an ‘introlude’) sums up the overriding theme of the project, as the Ambassador declares in prayer, “I deliberately focus on your Person, and the work of your Son, Jesus Christ.” He elaborates in a subsequent interlude, “We focus in on Christ, the Person, the work, the pre-existence
June 98 is a reference to the year of the final NBA Championship won by Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. Inspiration for the song was found in a Michael Jordan quote that said “They can’t win unless we quit!” This quote was made in celebration of the Bulls’ second defeat of the Utah Jazz in June of 1998. Such a profound statement also applies to our faith. The only defeat we can experience is to give up.
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Multi-genre song writer and performer Jentile has released his new single Believe Anthem featuring Grammy nominated artist Dillon Chase.
Believe Anthem is a song meant to encourage those that follow Christ to keep the course and hopefully inspire unbelievers to consider the Gospel. The song comes from the artists own struggles as well as the grace he has received through the gospel of Jesus Christ.
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Press into discomfort
From the album's title track, Mineo recites the line "Comfort is a thing that'll make a King fall" and expounds on it by saying: "I think being uncomfortable is a thing nobody really enjoys. Everybody kind of uses that phrase 'I just want to live a comfortable life', but the times when we're uncomfortable are the times when we're being challenged to grow, change and to evolve as people." M
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