Peter Sharp, who is a performance artist, convincingly turns a Perth, Australia train into the ultimate dance party. But, there is something more behind this dance party then just busting a move.
By starting a dance party on the train, Peter hopes to bring people closer together during a time when technology has moved everyone apart. Most people on the train are using their cell phones and lost in a world of technology, instead of communicating and interacting with one another. Peter's social experiment turns out to be successful, as everyone joins and dances around the train with him.
Watch this awesome video of a train turned into a dance party below: more >>
Matt Carter, a former member of Mars Hill Church and lead guitarist in the Christian rock band Emery, recently spoke out about the resignation of his former pastor Mark Driscoll and called the move a "good thing."
The rocker took to his BadChristian blog in a post titled "Mark Driscoll Has Resigned From Mars Hill, and Other Good News" to address Driscoll's decision to resign from his position at the church which Carter attended and served at for 10 years.
Although he starts the blog by expressing his appreciation for Driscoll's leadership skills and ministry strategies, he goes on to illustrate why he believes the decision was smart for both the church and his former mentor and also talks about the reason why he left the church a few years back. more >>
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – Michael Tait of Christian contemporary group the Newsboys expressed excitement for the growing success of faith-based movies at the box office and revealed plans to be part of a new film set for Spring 2015.
Speaking at a promotional event for faith-base film studio Pure Flix Entertainment, Tait praised the recent strides Christian films have made in the box office.
"Faith-based movies this year are taking a turn for the good and I'm just stoked about this," said Tait. more >>
Joel Houston, the son of Hillsong Senior Pastor Brian Houston, recently opened up about fanfare as it relates to the success of his megachurch band Hillsong United.
The Sydney-based pastor was in New York City on Thursday to kick off the three-day Hillsong conference at Madison Square Garden theater and he spoke about the band receiving it's first ever American Music Award nomination during a press conference.
The band is nominated for an AMA in the Contemporary Inspirational Artist category. While Houston, 35, expressed delight in the recognition, he explained that Hillsong United has a much greater purpose. more >>
Justin Bieber may have been in hot water when he recently visited a Vatican museum in Rome last week where he reportedly encountered issues for kicking a ball around property where the play was unwanted.
Bieber, the 20-year-old Canadian singer, has been vocal about his Christian faith in the past. Now, the Catholic Herald is reporting that the singer spent £16,000 for a private tour of Vatican City, which included the Vatican museum and papal apartments that Pope Francis does not occupy.
However, the Catholic Herald is reporting that Bieber began to kick a ball on the premises which resulted in him being reprimanded by staff members. While Bieber has not confirmed or denied the incident, he has not shied away from sharing his Christian faith with others in the past. more >>
During a downtime before the commencement of the 2014 Gyeryong Military Culture in South Korea, members of two bands decided to have some fun before the competition.
Members from the III Marine Expeditionary Force Band and the Korea Army Band challenged one another with a amicable line competition. Obviously it is all fun and games, but also pretty awesome to see how good they are. After they both finish their drum line set, there is a vote to see who wins. The judge bases it off the crowd noise, and it come down to a tie.
Check out this awesome drum line battle below: more >>