Nineteen

Today marked nineteen years since the death of Rich Mullins.  I am grateful to the high school friends who introduced me to his music and for the musicians who have kept his legacy of honest and contextual songwriting alive.  Just this weekend I was blessed in revisiting Brothers Keeper, an album that never gets enough airplay in my collection.

Here’s a clip of Mullins singing “The Breaks” recorded a couple of weeks prior to the accident that took Mullins’ life.

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