Interview with Dami Im: How Can We Sing When It Hurts?

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Above: Dami Im | Source: Facebook

By: City Bible Forum

The music industry offers acclaim, glitter, sequins and applause. Yet it may not allow expression of challenging or difficult emotions or feelings. On this episode of the Bigger Questions podcast, our guest Dami Im  shares part of her story and some of the challenges of stardom and how she finds comfort, peace, and purpose. Continue reading “Interview with Dami Im: How Can We Sing When It Hurts?”

Hillsong’s Insights on Racial Tensions in the US

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By: Laura Bennett

Feelings of guilt and shame are universal. We all have times where it seems we can’t get away from our past mistakes, and where present day failures could ruin our chances of future fulfilment. However, there are pathways out of shame, and that’s what season two of Hillsong Channel’s NOW with Natalie is set to tackle later this year. Continue reading “Hillsong’s Insights on Racial Tensions in the US”

‘Same Kind of Different As Me’ Shines a Spotlight on Our True Motivations

a film still from same kind of different as me featuring Djimon Hounsou who plays Denver and Greg Kinnear who plays Ron talking on the street

By: Laura Bennett

Above: Djimon Hounsou plays Denver and Greg Kinnear plays Ron in ‘Same Kind of Different As Me’ from Paramount Pictures.

How do you measure ‘difference’?

Generally it’s attributed to the person who’s unlike the majority around them – whether by status, race or gender. Or the person whose preferences aren’t agreed upon by everyone else. Continue reading “‘Same Kind of Different As Me’ Shines a Spotlight on Our True Motivations”