Music

Childhood Summer from Sara Groves’ Invisible Empires

We enjoyed our annual Fall Festival at Snow Hill yesterday. Watching the children play games, enjoy food, and receive candy reminded me of Sara Groves’ new CD, Invisible Empires. Sara and Troy walk through the songs in a “Director’s Cut” edition. Eugene Peterson figures prominently as inspirational … Continue reading

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Art, the Image of God, and Bill Mallonee

A couple of weeks ago I helped remember a gentleman in our church. He was quite the musician. His son remembered calling his Dad’s house to see how he and his Mom were doing and he could hardly hear of the Bluegrass being played in the background.

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Weekly Video – More Troy Fernandez in Waikiki

The 100° days keep rolling here in central Oklahoma. All the more reason to still be thinking about our recent trip to Hawaii. Intrigued by the “guy” playing the ukulele on the streets of Waikiki I searched You Tube too discover the street artist is Troy Fernandez. In this … Continue reading

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Now That’s Not Tiny Tim

Growing up I heard Tiny Tim play “ Toe Through the Tulips” on television. Maybe it was on Rowin and Martin’s Laugh In. Yes, for some that will signal my age. The high pitched “tinny” voice accompanied by the odd sounding ukulele was something … Continue reading

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Come All You Weary – Weekly Video

The only miracle common to all four Gospel writers is the feeding of the crowd with five loaves of bread and two fishes. Could it be that it was also miraculous that a teacher of Jesus popularity took the occasion to feed a people without expectation there would be … Continue reading

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