In many cases, I've found Christian radio to be rather sub-par compared to non-Christian radio. The main problem, almost always, is lack of funding. Some just sound like they're trying to be hip, but many just sound like they're being broadcast from a tin can connected to a string.
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When I recently heard the news that Music Television hit the quarter century mark, it sent me into a bit of nostalgic pondering. "I remember my first experience with MTV," I claimed.
Whew. So it has been a long time since my first blog entry. I promised you thoughts on the new Dixie Chicks album, but first let's get some site news out of the way.
Yeah, it was love at first sight. But now it's love all over again.
Everybody's favorite music magazine, Paste Magazine, starting this month (August issue), is now a monthly publication.
Yes, that's right, it's now monthly and still has a 21+ song sampler CD and a DVD every couple months. Now, for any music lover, that's love at first sight.
According to news from the last couple of weeks, Krystal Meyers has become a hit in Japan.Â Her single has been at #1 for weeks, beating out the latest single from Red Hot Chili Peppers.Â I've gotten over the, "Huh?Â What?" reations, finally.
For decades, Christians have had their own music industry to keep them safe from the outside world. But what about movies? The Christian movie industry exists, but nobody really watches it (besides the folks who just watch TBN).
Recently, though, the Christian film industry has been in the news making themselves look stupid to the rest of the world. Here's my take:
A couple days ago I was looking around the 'net to see if I could find us being mentioned anywhere. Since we are a new website, I didn't expect to find much. But, of course, I found a thing or two.
I just completed a nice walk along the river near my house to view the extent of flooding. The water rose above the banks sometime between when I left for work this morning and when I came home. And the rain has not fallen from the sky in over 12 hours. I can't imagine what Agape Farm looks like!
I saw it in the store on Sunday -- a shiny little package with three attractive women staring back at me. I looked away briefly out of shame and tried to resist the urge to pick it up for closer examination.
"Hey, there's hardly anyone else in this store," the devil on my shoulder whispered. "If you buy it, nobody will know except you and the cashier. She's just a teenager, so what do you care? Buy it. The only way to get rid of a temptation is to give in."