Mother Teresa’s Wisdom

Mother Teresa honored as Saint Teresa of Calcutta by the Catholic Church was an incredible woman. She was a missionary who took care of countless orphans and raised awareness of their situation. Through her love, she directed people to God and charmed the world with her unshakeable spirit and wisdom. Here are my top 10…

Music Review- Madilyn Bailey: Red Ribbon

Grief has always been touched on by singers and songwriters. Sometimes poorly, but then there are rare songs that broach their music with a reverence that is undeniable. Madilyn Bailey’s Red Ribbon is one of those songs that has a tenderness. The song speaks of loved ones who have passed on from this life but…

Lady Alchemy Graphic Novel Crowdfunding Launched

Performance artist, mathematician, and TheRebel TV host Martina Markota, an ally to this blog and StudioJake, has launched a crowdfunding campaign for her first graphic novel Lady Alchemy. This is a golden opportunity to support indie comic book creators. According to its IndieGoGo page, LADY ALCHEMY is the Burlesque Artist alter ego of Martina Markota,…

Music Review- Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Lindsey Stirling (Green Day Cover)

Lindsey Stirling is one of my all time favorite music artist on YouTube. She has amazing musical and dancing talent, especially with her violin. She released her new album Brave Enough this year. It features the inspiring song Lost Girls and Forgotten City. Her cover of the Selena Gomez and Kygo song It Ain’t Me is spot on. Today, I’m reviewing her cover of the Green…

Music Review- Nichole Nordeman: Slow Down

Nicole Nordeman performs a beautiful song in Slow Down. It is perfect to go after Mother’s Day as it tells about a parent watching their child grow up. In the music video, she sings the beautiful lyrics against the backdrop of kids playing with their parents. The song is itself is beautiful and has so…

Interview with Beauty.Beyond.Bones creator

Few blogs are encouraging and inspiring like Beauty.Beyond.Bones. It tells real human stories about life, struggles, faith, weakness, strength, but also about hope. I had the priviledge to interview its creator, writer, and chief editor, who prefers to remain anonymous. I have respected that anonymity for this interview. Check it out below, her answers are…