Delivered by Christopher Lewis, from his crossover project “LIFE”.  I ablsolutely LOVE this song and actually sang it this past Friday (Feb 11, 2011) at my highschool for a talent competition. I wish he did more music, but I digress….

Enjoy! :)

The Ripper (see full size)

1988 United Entertainment release

Distributed by United Entertainment


-Reviewed by Dan Kinem

-Obtained in July 2010 at Salvation Army (Upper Peach Street) in Erie, Pennsylvania. Amongst the stock shit like Ace Ventura and Hoosiers was this Tom Savini joint. Absolutely hideous.

-Contition- NM

-Missing original tape label; replaced by a random hand-written label (or was that how it was released?)

I’m posting this because 85% of the article is great and it links some of my favorite videos, but must also say that the first paragraph is bullshit. It’s the writer apologizing for his article by shitting all over the topic of it. Would you walk up to someone and say - “I know you’re a douchebag but I like you anyway.”? Because if you did that YOU’D be the douchebag. By the way, I hate the term douchebag and I apologize for using it 3 times in this post, but it’s the “insult” most frequently lobbed at John Mayer. My theory is that it’s used so much because he writes music that draws a large female audience and it’s a way to not only say you don’t like him, but also emasculate him and infer that writing for women makes him less than someone who writes for men. Fuck you! 

Your Word
  • Your Word
  • Christopher Lewis
  • Crisis - A Change is Required (Honest Heart)



Genres cannot hold this artist in a box, and that is why he simply describes his music as REAL. Christopher Lewis grew up in North Carolina to a family where music was second nature. He wrote his first song at age 8 which later was recorded my Judith Christie-Mccalister. This God given writing ability has given him awards from BMI and other esteemed nominations. He feels that his music speaks life to the lost as well as other believers. The sweet sound of the guitar is the main vibe he gives and with a flair of R&B adds to the style. This signature sound is one that can’t be denied when paired with great lyrics.


Your word is the light unto my pathway
and your word is the lamp unto my feet
Your word is the air that I breathe
Your word is the most important thing to me


Latest Release: Crisis - Coming Out Party (available now on iTunes & Amazon)

Social Networks: Facebook 

Buzzworthy: In 2009 one our of very own PRAISE {BREAK} Founders performed background for Chris on BET’s Bobby Jones Gospel. Relive that moment with us by watching here.


We want to know too! Hit Chris up on his personal facebook and ask away!

#3 - The Ripper (Christopher Lewis; 1985)

By Dan Kinem

The Ripper is apparently one of the “first” direct-to-video films, and boy was it evident. It looked like straight shit the entire movie. All I could think about was that we were either watching a shitty porno or a soap opera. I actually thought this had the chance to be good, looking at it on the shelf, and then I pulled it out of the case.

LOOK AT THAT. LOOK AT THAT FUCKING SHIT. All it has is a fucking tiny sticker that someone wrote the title on, that’s it!

It does “STAR TOM SAVINI”… not. He’s in the film for the last 10 minutes or less as The Ripper and while his stuff was genius, that can’t save a boring, shitty-looking horror film. The only things that made this more enjoyable than Mazes and Monsters were decent effects and the fact that they talked about horror films a lot.

Watch the film only if you want to see Tom Savini twirling his mustache, ‘cause that’s pure gold.

The 89 Cent Solution

The 89 Cent Solution

Some refer to sugary soda beverages as “liquid candy.” I say they’re wrong. It’s liquid gold. “There’s gold in them thar self-serve dispensers!”

The history of soda portions is super-sized fun. When introduced by McDonalds in 1955, cup of soda weighed 7 oz. By 2012, however, a 12-ounce soda was considered “kid’s size.” McDonalds, Wendy’s and Burger King all rolled out 42 ounce size single-serving…

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A man who helped himself to a refill of his 89-cent drink at a Veterans Affairs hospital found it cost a lot more than he expected when he was fined $525

A man who helped himself to a refill of his 89-cent drink at a Veterans Affairs hospital found it cost a lot more than he expected when he was fined $525

Man Fined $525 for Drink Refill at SC Hospital CHARLESTON, S.C. April 17, 2014 (AP)

A man who helped himself to a refill of his 89-cent drink at a Veterans Affairs hospital found it cost a lot more than he expected when he was fined $525.

WCSC-TV reports ( there are signs in the cafeteria telling people refills are not free. When Christopher Lewis of North…

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PBL{ikes}: Study Guide

This week on PraiseBreak we gave you a #STUDYGUIDE on ways to get into and always get something out of the the Bible… join us in recapping the {SOUNDS} you heard this week:

Sunday- Trip Lee’s (@triplee116“Dig In” feat. Tedashii

Monday- Christopher Lewis’  “Your Word”

Tuesday- J.R.’s (@jrinstereo“Your Word”

Wednesday- Fred Hammond’s (@therealfredhammond“Give Me A Clean Heart”

Thursday- James Murphy’s (@jamesmurphy“Good God”

Friday- Dawkins & Dawkins’ (@dndmusic“Need to Know Now”


(if you LOVED that you will definitely {LIKE} this)…

Christopher Lewis LOVERS would LIKE…. Micah StampleyTyrone Powell, & Jessica Greene

J.R. LOVERS would LIKE…. Michelle BonillaJamie Jones, & Shei Atkins.

Fred Hammond LOVERS would LIKE…. Byron CageHezekiah Walker, & Men of Standard.

James Murphy LOVERS would LIKE…. Doobie PowellKim BurrellGideon Band.

Dawkins & Dawkins LOVERS would LIKE... Issac CarreeClaude Deuce, & Lowell Pye.

#Staytuned next week for another wrap-up and PBL{ikes} recommendation post! Give us your feedback and let us know if you LIKED or even LOVED this post!