Letting Yourself Be Loved

One of Andrew Osenga’s contributions to the 25th anniversary show at the Community Coffeehouse was “I’m on Your Side,” a song I more than likely have shared here before.  I like how Osenga introduces the song, particularly in its performance context.  “An evening about community,” he said.  Once again, a beautiful thing to see so many great musicians playing and singing along.

I think a lot about community, particularly the Christian kind.  I’m at odd places these days concerning work and church, often feeling unsure about how to relate, to contribute, without playing some game.  “Are there words I could say that would let your heart believe me?”  That’s the question a true friend would ask.

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