Category Archives: culture
“Hold One When You Get Love and Let Go When You Give It” from Stars’ new album, The North, which came out last week. Find it and other new music on my annual Spotify playlist.
You can watch every single episode of Reading Rainbow on YouTube. Not sure how long this will last, but as long as it does, it is our kids’ official summer screen time. “I can go anywhere / Friends to know … Continue reading
Stream Fort Atlantic’s debut album in it’s entirety at Paste before it goes on sale next week. It’s so good, y’all.
I’ve been pretty busy the last few weeks and I feel like my blog has suffered. With no time to write to you about my continued failure at Easter, or provide in-depth book analysis, or what-have-you I offer you: SOMETHING … Continue reading
Will your grace run out If I let you down ‘Cause all I know Is how to run ‘Cause I am a sinner If its not one thing its another Caught up in words Tangled in lies You are the … Continue reading
Sad I won’t be at the Festival of Faith and Writing at Calvin this weekend. Common graces in pop culture that have been cheering me up: A lot of good new music has been released so far this year. Here … Continue reading
photo by flickr user exothermic. Christianity Today’s This is Our City project released a five-minute documentary this week entitled “Marking the Place of Sin and Grace: The Meaning of Our City Monuments” – I’d highly recommend you watch it as soon … Continue reading
Ron Sexsmith’s “Gold in Them Hills” always comes on shuffle for me when I really need to hear it. I don’t love the music video, but I always try to link to the official videos when I can. If you … Continue reading
A thoughtful blog post often provides me with fodder for meditation for hours or even days. There are a lot of newer or new-to-me blogs I’ve been appreciating lately so I thought I’d do a little round up for you. … Continue reading
Here’s a fantastic song I’ve been listening to a lot lately. It encourages me. | Hold On by the Alabama Shakes |
I already tweeted a short quote from this Op-Ed by Stanley Fish, but it is so good I want to preserve it here at greater length: “And what have I learned along the way? Three things, closely related. The first … Continue reading