How Old Is Lady Gaga

May 22, 2011 by Post Team 

How Old Is Lady GagaHow Old Is Lady Gaga, Lady Gaga is 24 years (date of birth: March 28, 1986). With Lady Gaga is the Forbes most powerful celebrity in the world right now; it’s safe to say that has a wide range of support, rather than their worship and committed fans. The 25-year-old, who has over 10 million followers on Twitter, is known to attract those who claim to be the outcast as she was once one himself, and somehow celebration, which remains. She gave birth to some high impact heavy songs from “Born This Way” with “Bad Romance,” and her controversial song “Judas.” Let us not forget her memorable entry in the Grammy Awards, when she appeared on a giant egg hatching.

Anyway, Gaga has won the hearts of many people who may have been offended in some way in your life. Some go so far as to say that is worship. Even if this is not the case, why were her own love letters and self-empowerment, and even of other popular artists seem to be more influential than the message of Jesus? Is the church doing its part to be as influential and more?

One thing is clear, Lady Gaga is not unique as an artist in terms of reaching a large devoted audience. “I see a big difference between Lady Gaga and others through the years, including Madonna, The Beatles … The music is powerful in the culture and the artists are able to meet the fans as they are putting their thoughts and speak for them, and her music really connects them, “said Pastor Tim Stevens, executive pastor of Granger Community Church Granger Campus in New York.

Gaga said that what appears as an artist is not very different from other secular artists but what is relevant to this generation now. However, he noted that Gaga and lyrics of songs by other artists talk about a huge void in the hearts of the people and that gap is for God and Jesus. “Some people see this and others not,” said Stevens, who is also the author of Pop Goes The Church, when he talks about using popular culture as a tool to give prominence to the church.

“When we look at the letter, wishes and desires, some are valid feelings and issues to discuss,” he said.

It is obvious that she is “attracted to those who feel like outcasts, and I think that typically throw out the baby with the bath water so totally rule out hmosxlity as treating poor people, we judge, we do a comfortable to explore their questions in the church – the church is partly to blame, “said Pastor Granger.

The Rev. Tony Lee, senior pastor at Community of Hope AME in Hillcrest Heights, Md., also believes the church is not a step forward to meet a generation that is frankly speaking a different language.

“There is a generational disconnect communication in the church because the church is communicating with the eight-track tapes, when the world is moving in the era of MP3 and other artists speak the language. And the challenge in a language they understand is experience and that resonates with them, and are looking for someone who knows what is happening and understand how they feel, “said Lee.

The language spoken by popular culture, Lee said, is the class most of the churches will not understand. Not so much that Christ’s message is resonating with young people today, but rather is that churches are doing a poor job of communicating effectively.

“Much of the tensions in the generations are not about the message of Christ, this is how the church should be able to communicate in a language that is accessible for future generations.” Said Lee.

And that is something that Lady Gaga is doing. She communicates with most of Generation Y, which in retrospect is what the church wants to do.

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