There are certain topics that have long been taboo inside of Christianity, even though they are things that we should be addressing. That’s why Tenth Avenue North released their album The Things We’ve Been Afraid To Say where they tackle the difficult and even awkward subjects with brutal honesty.
Mike Donehey from Tenth Avenue North joined us to dive deeper into the songs and explain that even though their lyrics might seem shocking, they’re meant to start a conversation.
Be warned that some of the topics covered in the interview are sensitive. We cover the un-romatic aspects of marriage, infidelity, pornography, secrets, and abuse.
January 07, 2019
Tim and Jon Foreman from Switchfoot tackles topics like PTSD, why the song “You Found Me” has stopped them in their tracks, and how they’ve learned to disagree well as band members, fellow creators, and brothers.
0:19 – Why Jon and Tim are in awe of Louis Zamperini’s story
2:36 – How “You Found Me” impacted their own lives
3:52 – PTSD, reaction to “You Found Me”
5:45 – How to disagree and fight well
And if you’re a Switchfoot fan, this mini-concert they did in the Loft at WAY Nation will give you ALL the feels. SO many good songs! 👇
December 06, 2018
There’s a lot more to the guy who wrote “Good, Good, Father.” We stalked Pat Barrett’s Instagram and found a post that sheds light on a common mistake so many of us make while reading the Bible.
September 19, 2018
Can you successfully converse with someone who disagrees with you??
December 19, 2017
Jen Ledger's advice on how she personally battles fear and anxiety needs to be heard. After battling intense anxiety during a Skillet tour, band mate Korey Cooper gave her the most beautiful and tangible advice on what to do when anxiety comes back for another fight. "What if this is something that just never goes away for me?" "Then you fight, Jen. While there's breath in your lungs and until the day that you die, you never stop fighting. You do not let fear rob you of your own life." - Korey Cooper (Skillet) Jen added her own solo project to the mix. It's called LEDGER.