Memento Mori, the highly-anticipated sequel to Flyleaf’s 2005 self-titled debut, was well worth the four year wait. The Texas-based quintet returns with more mature lyrics, pulse pounding music and a well-defined message. Memento Mori also delivers the same intensity of Flyleaf while standing out as clear improvement for the band as a whole.
Naturally erupting dust clouds on Mars are creating structures that look surprisingly like trees near the planet’s north pole. But don’t be fooled – it’s just an optical illusion, NASA scientists say.
Last night I was listening to the latest episode of This American Life about origin stories of new industries and companies. Many well-known companies have a myth that they started in a garage. Even if it really isn’t true, people want to believe that their company was created by someone with a crazy idea who […]
Filled with character portraits sharing stories of determined, sold-out living, Zach Hunter’s Lose Your Cool offers teenagers fuel to move on making a difference in their world. Knowing that Hunter is also a teenager, one who has taken his own advice and is serious about living for God’s purpose in his life, makes Lose Your […]