entertainment & belief go heart to heart

Watch “Norah Jones, Chris Thile – Won’t You Come and Sing For Me (Live)” on YouTube I loved this collaboration between Chris Thile and Norah Jones. The song comes from Chris Thile's album Laysongs Won't You Come and Sing for Me (Chris Thile) I feel the shadows now upon meAnd the angels beckon to meBefore... Continue Reading →

Book snapshot – Plugged In – connecting your faith with what you watch, read and play (Daniel Strange)

I've read or nearly finished a few books on movies and cultural analysis over the years but this is the book I wish I read first, simply because the author takes the time to describe, define and explain culture through... Continue Reading →

My Year in Audiobooks 2022

Here are my audiobook listening highlights from 2022:Finished:*Best Book - The Air We Breathe (Glen Scrivener, narrated by the author)*Best Performance - Stephen Fry's narration of George Orwell's 1984- When Bad Thinking Happens to Good People (Steve Nadler) - Another... Continue Reading →

My Year in Music 2022

Well, it's been a few years since I wrote one of these. Thankfully, I had the opportunity to sit down and think about the musical moments that stood that caught my ear in 2022: Tracks (separated by commas)-Wherever Your Heart... Continue Reading →

Don’t miss the forest for the tree rings: Creation, Evolution & Intelligent Design (Zondervan, 2017)

The Counterpoint Series published by Zondervan seeks to bring together different views on controversial and not-so-controversial topics to foster the charitable discussion of across the spectrum of Christian belief. The basic format of the book is that each author presents... Continue Reading →

Watch “Andrew Ripp – SOS (Feat. Harvest) (Lyric Video)” on YouTube

Must Admit // The Brilliance

Watch “The National – ‘Light Years'” on YouTube

Watch “Joy Williams – Front Porch” on YouTube "Whatever you’ve done, it doesn’t matter 'Cause darling we're all a little splintered and battered But the light is on, what you waiting for? Come on back, come on back to the front porch."

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