Seminary for Homeless, Recovery Addicts & Urban Poor

The Urban Ministry Institute (TUMI), a expansion ministry of World Impact, offers a seminary level education to the Urban Poor. World Impact Director of the Bay Area, Paul Chan, believes that the best way to train urban leaders is to offer them affordable and quality seminary level education. Most people wishing to go to Seminary are first required to go to a four year college. On top of that, the price to go to seminary is very unrealistic for a poor man or women living in the inner city.

New Orleans Today – St. Bernard Project

Nearly 100% of New Orleans housing in the Lower 9th Ward and St. Bernard Parish was destroyed by Katrina. Now, 6 years later, much of the damage is still there and less then half of the residents have returned. This video documents The Well Covenant Church (in Corvallis Oregon), when they decided to fly to New Orleans and help rebuild a home. They contacted the St. Bernard Project, a nonprofit organization that rebuilds homes devastated by Katrina, and St. Bernard Project paired them up with a homeowner who lost their home.

Christian Hosoi – Skateboarding’s Miracle

Christian Hosoi is a legend in skateboarding history. He is credited for making skateboarding a huge part of so many people’s lives. Christian Hosoi’s career soared to unmeasurable heights in the 80’s and 90’s. His stardom continued to outshine Tony Hawk, until his reckless lifestyle and escalating drug use landed him in prison.

Now a convicted felon, facing a 10 year sentence for methamphetamine (meth) trafficking, his career was likely over. But freedom found his soul as he committed his life to God behind bars.

Paul Chan – Oakland Eye Clinic

Enoch Magazine travels to Oakland California with World Impact Dir. Paul Chan. Paul has been the director of World Impact Bay Area, which includes both World Impact San Francisco and World Impact Oakland for the past 8 years. Being actively involved with both the Asian church community and the residents of West Oakland, Paul Chan found a way to unite both cultures.

August Burns Red – Creation vs Evolution

It seems whoever we talk with they love August Burns Red (Solid State Records). At Warped Tour 2011, they were quite the buzz and put on of the best sets we had the chance to see. We had the chance to talk with Brent Rambler, guitarist of August Burns Red (Solid State Records), in Pomona, California.

Relient K – Warped Tour, Jesus and Depression

Warped Tour is a summer tour presented by Vans Inc. During the Warped Tour, Enoch Magazine interviewed Matt Theissen and Matt Hoopes from the Christian rock band Relient K. Along with Brian Pittman, Theissen and Hoopes co-founded the band in 1998 during their junior year of high school. Matt Theissen is the lead singer for […]

Enter Shikari Interview with Rory and Rou

Enter Shikari (Hopeless Records) traveled all the way from England to join the entire 2011 Warped Tour. They bring a mix of Punk Rock, Dub-Step, and synthesizers all rolled up in one to create a sound that your ears have never heard. Enoch Magazine had the chance to catch up with them as they talk […]

Pastors in Skid Row Los Angeles

The Covenant Church has partnered with the Fred Jordan Mission to launch a outpost for ministry and evangelism in Skid Row. Enoch Magazine teams up with the Covenant Church to document Covenant Pastors and volunteers serving the homeless in Skid Row Los Angeles. Fred Jordan Mission has been serving the homeless of Skid Row Los […]

Black Veil Brides – Jesus, religion and homelessness

Enoch Magazine travels to Warped Tour 2011 and interviews metal band Black Veil Brides (BVB). Nate Smith of interviews Black Veil Brides singer Andy Biersack, and bass player Ashley Purdy. These makeup covered rockers, sporting leather, lace, metal studs and spikes, are from L.A. The band just released their second new album Set The […]