Monday, August 8, 2011
This book was made available to me for free by Booksneeze/Thomas Nelson
-I hope this review was helpful, SwitchFit.
Saturday, August 6, 2011
Not Mine Anyway
I Only Have One
You Ruin Me
You Would Love Me Too
Keep You Safe
I enjoy the entire CD but my favorites would have be All I Need, True things, Keep You Safe, Back Home, and Painted Red. I would recommend this if you are a fan of Jon Foreman's solo material (Fall, Winter, Summer and Spring)or Audrey Assad.
I hope this review was helpful-SwitchFit
Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Wednesday, October 13, 2010
Living with Confidence in a Chaotic World by Dr. David Jeremiah is a GREAT Read. I liked it for many different reasons. First, the subject matter of the book applies to everyone, as everyone has dealt with defeat or anxiety at some point in time. Dr. David Jeremiah's writing style is very clear and has a conversational feel to it. I also found that the more I read the book, the more I found myself returning to the Bible. I would highly recommend this to anyone, especially those new to Christ, as it teaches how we can truly live our lives "In Christ."
This book was made available to me for free by Booksneeze/Thomas Nelson- I hope this review was helpful, SwitchFit
Sunday, September 26, 2010
Anberlin is one of my favorite bands and I was really excited when I first heard they were releasing a new album. Dark is the Way, Light is a Place is a classic Anberlin album, but a few things are different.
The album is cohesive and flows very well, and there are no "filler" songs. Since the members of Anberlin are Christians, most of their songs have a spiritual element in them, however, non-believers can also enjoy the album because there is nothing overtly religious or "preachy." Stephen Christian's vocals are the best I've ever heard them. The songs are very catchy (I find myself humming them throughout the day.)
The Not so Good
This is the shortest album that Anberlin has released to date. There are only 10 songs.
- We Owe This To Ourselves
- Take Me (As You Found Me)
- You Belong Here
- Pray Tell
- The Art Of War
- To The Wolves
The songs are very catchy, but in my opinion are a little too repetitive.
- I would highly recommend this album to anyone and I consider it a great starting point for those who are just now discovering Anberlin. I would say to buy the whole album, but if you're just wanting to download a few, my favorites are Pray Tell, Take Me (As You Found Me), Closer, and Impossible.
Hope this review was helpful-SwitchFit