Monday, December 28, 2009

Entermission the debut album from DJ Official available in stores now!


Entermission the debut album from DJ Official available in stores now!.


After producing for over 10 years and serving as traveling deejay, Official finally has the opportunity to reveal the dynamic of his skill-set on one project. The album is purposed to influence Christians to think about the Great Commission (Matt 28:19) and the Great Commandment (Luke 10:27) on a local level. As Christians we have a personal mission field, which consist of those that God has placed in our sphere of influence. With a missional mindset we can affect the people around us with the Gospel message by the way we live and conduct ourselves in our everyday walk. This is a message that needs to be heard and with everything from Reggae, Downsouth, East Coast, Commercial, Underground, Electro, and Rock/Hipster featured on the album there is something for everyone!

EnterMission features over 20 artists such as Lecrae, Flame, Sho Baraka, JR, Tedashii, Trip Lee, R-Swift, Thi'sl, Jahaziel, and more! Every single track on EnterMission is produced by DJ Official.

To buy it on iTunes, click here

To order the physical album, go here

You can listen to the singles, read about the album, and create your own version of the album cover here

There are three versions to choose from:

album-now
deluxe-now
lp-now

I will post a review soon...

Thursday, December 24, 2009

Christmas Blogpost Round Up.

Thought I would round up some interesting links for you to enjoy on Christmas eve. You ought to be spending time with the family, reading the scriptures, and/praying. If you have done those things and have some extra time, DIG IN.

Desiring God articles on Christology (nice and short for your short attention span). Jesus is Lord, Jesus is God, Jesus as treasure.

Some great J.C. Ryle quotes on the theme of the wise men. Monday 12/21: Servants Where You Least Expect TheTuesday 12/22: A Splendid Example of Spiritual Diligence Wednesday 12/23: A Striking Example of Faith Thursday 12/24: A Memorial to the Wise Men

A free poster that succinctly explains the most important theological ideas about the prophesies of Jesus and/or the Expiation poster. Hang them somewhere on your wall to use as reference or teaching.

Come all ye faithful sing along.

Christmas music for you rockers!

I cant forget the hip hoppers. Kathy Lee Gifford breaks it down YO!

The beloved classic monologue from Linus, from Charlie Browns Christmas.

The Atheist celebrate this holiday too. Have you ever wondered what their cards look like? Wonder no more!

This ones for my HomeSchooling Homies!

A little fun for the whole family (or at least the biblically literate) with Nativity Trivia.

Immanuel, God with us! What does that mean? James White (The Man) explains. Also listen to the cross fire segment of his debate about the Deity of Christ.

See what Jesus upholds by the word of his power

The Nativity Hymn is long but worth reading (or singing if your into that).

If you're still bored and want another list of links (that are probably better than mine) go here

Monday, December 14, 2009

Open Letter To Tiger Woods

It seems that every station on my radio is talking about Tiger. They all seems to do nothing but bash him, which I find to be odd coming from the secular radio when he did the very things that most of them promote and boast about all day.

Going against the culture and approaching the subject with a biblical perspective my buddy Len over at the One Over 99 blog has written an open letter to tiger woods. Read it and see if you would handle a conversation with tiger the same way he does.

Friday, December 11, 2009

Mount Zion Bible Church: Chapel Library.



Here is a great resource that I have enjoyed for over a year now but have failed to share with you guys. Mount Zion Bible Church in Pensacola, Fl. has a ministry called Chapel Library that provides tracts, booklets, and tapes that are Christ centered and God honoring. Some of their stuff will blow your mind!

The Free Grace Broadcaster is a free quarterly booklet they mail to your house that contains some priceless sermons written by some of histories greatest preachers. All centered around a particular theme. For example one I received is titled The Gospel and contains sermons by Thomas Boston, J.I. Packer, Thomas Manton, J.C. Ryle, Spurgeon, and Jonathan Edwards. Read a PDF copy here.

Studies In The Scriptures is another free quarterly mailing from Chapel Library. A. W. Pink wrote the Studies in the Scriptures without interruption from 1922 to 1953. Each issue includes six to eight expository articles addressing a different Biblical topic in a series. Read sample here.

Gospel Tracts, their selection of tracts is amazing! Now these are not your business card size tracts that you get from The Way Of The Master. No, these are tri folds, booklets and small books that are for both the lost and the redeemed as well. My favorite tracts for the lost are J.C. Ryles "Are You Born Again?", Morrisons "Christ The Only Refuge." among others. For the redeemed (and maybe the lost) tracts like, Spurgeons "Justification By Grace", "Family Worship" and "Gods Sovereignty" by AW Pink, "The Lord Our Righteousness" By George Whitefeild  and much much more. Browse others here.

They also have a Bible Institute free online and they make the printed materials available to Prison ministries free of charge. Course curriculum includes titles such as "All of Grace" by Charles Spurgeon, "A Call To Prayer" and "Holiness" by J.C. Ryle, "Spiritual Foundations For Ministry" by Horatius Bonar, "Pilgrims Progress" by John Bunyan, "Holy Spirit" by AW Pink and other great titles. View the course descriptions here.

Check out their website at mountzion.org and look around. I couldn't find an order form for samples or materials so I would just call them and ask 850-438-6666. I get all sorts of new stuff in the mail from them all the time and it has richly blessed my walk with Christ and I hope it does the same for you.

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

Essentials and Non-Essentials

A very helpful article over at The Parchment and Pen blog on Essentials and Non-Essentials where they break down the chart below to help us distinguish between the two. I wish I could have read something like this a few years ago. It would have saved allot of my breath on certain issues. Thankfully this is an area of much growth for me over the last year. Now if I could get some of my friends to read this article.



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