As we navigate our way through this social media saturated age, I want to offer some ways to be good stewards of our public thoughts and posts.
I'm a big fan of podcasts and have loved a few new ones that have hit the scene, so I'm sharing them with you today! One is admittedly a shameless plug... don't worry about it.
These songs of worship keep me looking up. They train my heart to sense His Spirit, to listen to His voice.
Art communicates to this part of our being. It bypasses the arguments of man, the fences and the walls. It makes the viewer and the creator vulnerable.
We're big fans of podcasts here at The Rising, and today, Rachel Romeo shares 5 of her current favorites.
Even though National Poetry Month is over, I wanted to share several of my most-loved poems perfect for even the most novice poetry reader.
When you sit at your desk from 8-5 every week day, music becomes very important. There have been some great new albums to hit the music scene recently, and I wanted to share a few favorites.
I kind of tricked you with that title.While this is still an article about love and reason, it’s actually a plea to consider reading The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoevsky.
What I loved about this show, is that they played songs from every record. And the crowd? Electric.
The timing of the film's release was perfect, and not only because of recent issues in our nation, but because of where our country and culture finds itself right now, regardless of how we got here.
This thing actually promises us a better life, a more full life, an easier life; but with those progressions are also regressions and there are sacrifices to be made for them.
Welcome your new year with dancing, joy, friends, laughter, and some seriously fun music!
The Variable Life (written by one of our Rising contributors!) is a book for people who feel scared, stuck, who are questioning what they believe or the direction their lives.
Those Little Mix lyrics have been going round and round in my head the last few days and it’s left me thinking back to my own past relationship experience.
An airport parking lot in Los Angeles has become an improvised village of airline workers.
In the grandiose sweeping changes of history, there are the overlooked tiny bits of life’s totality.
Now that we’re reasonably removed from the newly-released, millennial-crazed, faddish phase of reliving our childhood via Pokémon Go, I think it’s a good time to discuss why this app is a good thing.
The choices we make in life will always affect more than just us.
offer the ultimate in entertainment: variety. And that rings true to this diverse list of shows.
We all picked three of our favorite tunes right now to throw together, and this is what came out of it. We hope you jam along with us as this summer wraps up!