Here’s the next instalment of “Sunday News Roundup”, this time from the 13th til the 19th October. Enjoy reading the scoop on the latest news!
Welcome to the latest instalment of our most recent blog series Top Tens, which is posting roughly every Sunday, Australian time. Last week we talked about our top 10 original Christmas melodies, and over the next few weeks, we’ll be delving into my favourite sport- cricket!
That’s right, this week on Food Fridays, I’m going to talk about 2 dishes (would you call a drink of sorts a dish though?), so read along and be blessed by what I’m sharing- no doubt these dishes are the healthy alternative to what is being sold in the stores.
Yep, here we are talking about death again, that’s pretty morbid huh? So why is the topic of death so important that there is another disruption to this intriguing series, of me explaining why non-American shows are just as important and enjoyable as American shows? Doesn’t death happen all the time on TV?
Did you know that it has been around a week since the Dove Awards were announced? It’s crazy how time flies, right? Well this week on Worship Wednesdays I will be delving into a worshipful and inspiring song that is a few years older than “Oceans” which I talked about last week– Chris Tomlin’s “I Lift My Hands”, from his 2010 album …And If Our God Is For Us!
Release Date: October 14th 2014
Reviewed by Joshua Andre
Rhett Walker Band, signed to Essential Records, a division of Provident Label Group, has released their new album Here’s To The Ones this week. Full of new rock, country, acoustic and gospel songs, including the singles “Broken Man” and “Here’s To The Ones”, I had the privilege of interviewing drummer Kenny Davis (3rd from left) via email, as we discussed the album, what the band hope listeners will experience when hearing the new songs, as well as their goals and dreams for the year ahead. Check out the interview below.
Below is a list of the albums that are releasing/have released this week; which albums are you thinking of listening to and purchasing? Which albums are you going to recommend to others and which would you bypass? Let us know in the comments below.