Category Archives: Music

Casting Crowns, Nickelback and the Gospel of Jesus Christ

Christianity Today’s Entertainment Blog recently had a post about the Dover Awards.  The Dove’s are the Christian version of the Grammy’s…which means only Christians care about them!  What struck me about the post was that they mentioned that Casting Crowns had won … Continue reading

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CD Review: Passion- Awakening

This past January I had the opportunity to attend the Passion2010 Conference in Atlanta with several of our college students.  (You can read part 1 and part 2 of my recap)  The conference was really good.  I came away refreshed … Continue reading

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Jars of Clay Video

I wrote a review for the new Jars of Clay album. (you can read it here) Here is the video for the song Two Hands. Great Video!

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CD Review- Jars of Clay (The Long Fall Back to Earth)

Has it really been 14 years since the Jars of Clay song “Flood” flooded the airwaves? I can remember as a 16 year old hearing that song on the radio and then purchasing the single cassette (you read right, a … Continue reading

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The CD Is In The Mail

Finally! The CD that our worship team recorded is in the mail to have the cover work designed and the duplication/packaging done! It has been a long process (Started in February). Still, I listened to it for the first time … Continue reading

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CD/Artist That Impacted My Life (pt. 3)

It’s been awhile since I’ve continued this series on CD’s and artist that have been influential in my life. This post- The O.C. Supertones. I first heard the Supertones at The Mustard Seed Jam House in my hometown of PA. … Continue reading

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CD’s/Artist That Impacted My Life (Pt. 2)

So it’s time for part 2 of my blog series on CD’s/Artist that made an impact on my life. We’re still not out of the cheesey period that was 80’s/90’s Christian Music. And yeah, some of this is cheesey, but … Continue reading

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