Category Archives: Faith

Actively Waiting (cultural liturgies again)

We’re less than a month away from the release of the third and final volume of James K. A. Smith’s “Cultural Liturgies” series.  That series, which started back in 2009, was formative in how I started thinking about worldview and … Continue reading

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York (and back again)

Our fifth day of travel (or fourth, if our first travel day is not included) took us to York, which is always a fun, historical romp.  This day brought a ride through the country before entering the walled city with … Continue reading

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Spilled Laughter, Angels Dancing

Here’s one last cover of a Rich Mullins song by Andrew Peterson on the occasion of the 20th  anniversary of Rich’s untimely death.  It’s classic Rich with just enough Peterson.  Wonderful imagery with truly driving music.

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“Hello, Old Friends”

Last week many remembered the 20th anniversary of Rich Mullins’ death.  A few covers of Rich’s hits have been floating around.  Here’s another cover by Andrew Peterson.  This times its the opener of one of Rich’s best albums: volume 2 … Continue reading

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Loves You Most, Knows You Best

Today marks the twentieth year since the tragic death of Rich Mullins.  Andrew Peterson recently did a long interview with Andy Greer for CCM Magazine in which the musician reflected on the significance of Mullins for his life of faith. … Continue reading

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Singing “The Truth”

Up until a couple of years ago, I didn’t even know the song “The Truth” by Caedmon’s Call existed.  I first heard it when I purchased the third Guild album.  The better rendition of the song, though, is found on … Continue reading

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When Time Takes Its Time

Here’s a recently uploaded classic from Rich Mullins, one of those songs that almost haunts you because of its beautiful simplicity.

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