Upcoming project builds on current album release and redefines “The Good Life” by challenging people to no longer live in the light of lies but embark on a new and more glorious journey.
Billboard chart-topping hip hop artist Trip Lee is gearing up for his debut book release, The Good Life (Moody Publishers). By using personal testimonials of his own life, Trip explores the lies that have been told, and paints a new, biblical picture of the good life.
No newcomer to the Christian music scene, Trip’s debut album, If They Only Knew, hit stores nationwide a few days after his high school graduation.
Trip’s latest album release, The Good Life debuted at #2 both on the overall and Hip Hop iTunes charts while garnering the #3 position on Billboard’s Hip Hop chart, landing at #17 on the Top 200 Billboard chart and taking the #1 slot on the Christian and Gospel Billboard chart.
Mike Real spoke to Rapzilla about his upcoming project, collaborating with Flame, and working with the Duggars. BrvndonP (formerly known as Black Knight) released a new single featuring Lecrae on Monday titled "What You Get", track No. Tre9 spoke to Rapzilla at SXSW about discipleship, street evangelism, and what he thinks more of Christian hip-hop should do before concerts. During Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals, NBA on TNT's Twitter account tweeted a Vine of Stephen Curry shaking and scoring on Kevin Durant. Columbia Records announced today the signing of groundbreaking hip hop artist Lecrae (Lecrae Moore) in a deal with the artist and his own label, Reach Records. Christian emcee Sevin spoke to Rapzilla about a series of topics ranging from what’s wrong with Christian hip-hop, hate, and advice to give to young artists.


After living 13 years homeless, getting sober and renouncing his gang affiliation, Sevin of God Over Money started to become comfortable.
You hear that insistent message, echoing through the philosophical traditions of East and West: treat other people the way you'd like to be treated. Social researcher and psychologist Hugh Mackay has spent 40 years asking Australians about their lives, loves, hopes, ambitions, fears and passions. Hugh Mackay is a prolific and well-known social researcher, writer and commentator in Australia. Exploring all of life including happiness, success, and morality in light of God’s truth The Good Life redefines the term as not living to please yourself but living by faith in a good God. In conjunction with The Good Life, Trip is currently on a promotional nationwide tour and will be a featured artist at various 2012 festivals including Spirit West Coast, Atlanta Fest and Rock The Lakes, among others. The basic message never alters, whether your moral heritage is Socratic, Jewish, Christian, Islamic, Buddhist, humanistic or anything in between.
In The Good Life, he asks and answers the ultimate question: What makes a life worth living? He examines the utopian complex, which describes our dangerous desire for perfection, and the false expectation that life will unfold according to our carefully laid plans.
Hugh was a newspaper columnist for over 25 years, and is now an honorary professor of social science at the University of Wollongong. Now, in The Good Life, he addresses the ultimate question: What makes a life worth living?His conclusion is provocative.


He highlights the things that lead us along paths to pain and confusion, notably our willingness to sacrifice others on the altar of our personal desires and ambitions.
He is the author of nine books in the field of social psychology and philosophy, and five novels.
The good life is not the sum of our security, wealth, status, postcode, career success and levels of happiness. A good life is not measured by security, wealth, status, achievement or levels of happiness. As with Hugh's previous works of non-fiction, The Good Life is a book that will start conversations, ignite arguments and possibly change the way we live our lives.
The good life is one defined by our capacity for selflessness, the quality of our relationships and our willingness to connect with others in a useful way.Mackay examines what is known as the Golden Rule through the prisms of religion, philosophy, politics, business and family life.
A good life is determined by our capacity for selflessness and our willingness to connect with those around us in a meaningful and useful way.



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