Over the past couple days, I had the opportunity to attend a summit on “Racial Healing and Equity in the American South” hosted by the Clinton School‘s Center on Community Philanthropy. While there is much that could be shared from my experience there, I’m simply including a poem that I heard for the first time[…]
No uninspiring graphic. No banal commentary. Just music. Delta Spirit – California [audio:Delta%20Spirit%20-%20California.mp3] Carolina Chocolate Drops – Country Girl[audio:http://dl.dropbox.com/u/8450927/Music/FourForFriday/Carolina%20Chocolate%20Drops%20-%20Country%20Girl.mp3] Shearwater – You As You Were [audio:http://dl.dropbox.com/u/8450927/Music/FourForFriday/Shearwater%20-%20You%20As%20You%20Were.mp3] Gungor – This Is Not The End [audio:http://dl.dropbox.com/u/8450927/Music/FourForFriday/Gungor%20-%20This%20Is%20Not%20The%20End.mp3] Later.
Today’s edition of Four for Friday is a little gathering up of some stuff from around the intranets… 1) In about a week, I’ll be heading west with eighty friends for a little organized madness in God’s country. This video is inspiring me to keep my skis on the snow as much as possible. 2)[…]
Ok, the previous two posts were more or less introductory so that I could get to what I consider to be the really interesting stuff. I’m sure you are just like me and you lie awake at night wondering “How would the Abraham stories have been received by the people as Moses was composing them?”[…]
So yesterday, I attempted to discuss the whos, whens and whys of Genesis’s genesis, but I didn’t get very far. And by that I mean that I got nowhere. In this post, I’m hoping to address the “who” and the “when/where” issue. You sort of have to tackle them together, because they go hand in[…]
BORING BIBLE POST WARNING: What follows is interesting to less than one percent of people who go to church, which in turn means that a fraction of a percent of people on the planet will care about what I’m talking about here. Who am I kidding? This is a post written by me… to me.[…]
I’m sort of a sucker for the “feat.” in a song title that means one musical artist has agreed to work with another. Here are a few that I’ve come across recently. I realize that for some the definition of “artist” is being stretched beyond credibility here. So be it. Greg Laswell – Come Back[…]