The reason I like (and publicly support) this album is the same reason why I would support any album done by a Christian and that is this: Christon Gray’s album neither contained nor featured ANY unsaved artist or producers on his album! In order words, NO UNGODLY COLLABS!
Forward is unquestionably Christian. And while the tone of the project is weighty and sobering, it’s filled with hope not only for every believer, but also for those yet to come to faith in Christ. Forward is what happens when Christian rappers let Christ in!
We have temporal compassion because we have eternal compassion. Do you believe that? I do! We know what it’s like to live a purposeless, rudderless, vanity-chasing existence drowning in sin, guilt, and shame. But we also know what its like to transition from this darkness into His marvelous light by receiving the grace of God given to us through Jesus Christ.
When one considers the gospel and the Christian's "love not the world" mandate (1 John 2:15), the answer to the above question is easy. However, if our question is one of mission, then the answer may not be so easy.
Greg Kelly presses, “One,one six? What team is that?” Mineo, visibly uncomfortable, responds, “Uh, m-, uh, my team,” then breaks into boisterous, nervous laughter. The same Paul who penned the book of Romans would have condemned this type of behavior, and he would have done so publicly.
The Parents Television Council (PTC) maintains this past Sunday's MTV Video Music Awards Show was fairly tame compared to recent years, however, the watchdog group urges the network to tone down the sexualization of women.
If you are like me, then you’ve probably been asking yourself what has happened to many of our gospel music artists. Why are so many of them partnering with profane artists? Where has the standard gone?