CHRISTIAN rapper Lux Kent addresses the issue of how to love those who share different beliefs in his much-anticipated compilation – the Resilient EP – launching this Friday.
Inspired by questions he posed himself in a moment of epiphany and recollection, Kent asks: “How do you live and survive in an environment where people in your social group are anti-everything that you believe in? How do we love people who are different from us, and relatively share different convictions and belief systems from those we hold dear?”
For him, the answer is: “We need people who will live loud. People who are unashamed to love strong. People who will gracefully express their endearment for those who hate and ridicule them.”
Kent is part of the Living Legacy Movement, alongside local rappers AV and Gruth, who are invested in becoming the driving force – and mouthpiece – for continuing the spread of the gospel of God among the millennials.
“We want to make sure that Jesus’ legacy continues to live on. We are passionate about sound doctrine and dis
cipleship, which is at the core of all we do. Young people have the potential to own the Word and one day transform into leaders that will stand for biblical truth and change all societies through their influence,” Kent said.
The launch takes place this Friday at Destiny Family Church at 6pm. Tickets cost R120 and include a free copy of the CD and an amazing show featuring Kent and live bands and local artists. Pre-sold tickets can be purchased from the website www.livinglegacymovement.com or purchased on arrival at the door on the night.