- The Stories We Tell by Mike Cosper ($1.99)
- The Daring Mission of William Tyndale by Steven Lawson ($3.99)
- Imagination Redeemed by Gene Veith ($2.99)
- The God Who Is There by D.A. Carson ($3.99)
- Crazy Busy by Kevin Deyoung ($0.99)
- The God Who Justifies by James White ($2.99)
The key attraction of the suburbs for artists is comparatively cheap and spacious accommodation; the same imperative that drove the first wave of artists who settled in the inner city.
- Experiencing The Trinity by Joe Thorn
Fear of missing out is a problem as old as humanity and has practically become an epidemic in our culture. Some suggest it has to do with social media. Others suggest it’s our fast-paced, technology-heavy lifestyles.
Others still say it’s a character flaw in the “next generation.”
No matter what you say the cause of FOMO is, there is one thing no one can deny and that is FOMO is impacting our lives in a couple of really important ways — namely our productivity.
...to the 21st Century music industry, he is the Antichrist. Love, lust, and sex sell because they are believed to be substitutes, to solve problems, to save you from a boring hell of a life. They are sold as a drug, marketed as a painkiller, a treatment for the culture in which you feel slightly ill most days. Hell, they’ll even give it away for free if they can keep you hooked on it!
- Father John Misty - I Love You, Honeybear - A great album from an artist who is good at saying something when everyone else is saying nothing much at all.
- Screaming Females -Rose Mountain - This album is basically on repeat for me. It's everything I wish I could hear from Sleater-Kinney. And it's just rocking my face off with it's blistering-yet-mannered rock onslaught.
- Sojourn - New Again - New worship album from a church I love in Louisville, Kentucky. Of their last few albums, this might be my favorite.