Category Archives: Music

The Howling

A song to end the first week of the fourth quarter.  It’s a Rich Mullins classic that you don’t hear that often unless you look for it.  I love the sense of drive in the song.

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Walking without an Umbrella

Tonight was the first time in a while that I went out for a walk without an umbrella.  We had a beautiful sunset, which was a nice way to wrap things up before classes start.  The rest of the day … Continue reading

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Lighting a Candle

Last week I mentioned Andrew Peterson’s Local Show as going live and online in light of Our Current Moment.  A number of other artists have also gone online to share things with followers and fans.  Today, and just in time, … Continue reading

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“When Sorrows Like Sea Billows Roll”

From a February 1994 concert at the Family Broadcasting Corporation:

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“All Shall Be Well”

Today was a little more productive than yesterday.  It started with a neighborhood walk (which was good because most of the rest of the day brought rain). Then I made my way to the classroom to get ready for the … Continue reading

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Caution: Mulligan Necessary

You know how I mentioned that it can take some time to move from “school mode” to “spring break mode”? Well, that was especially true today, most likely because of the rainy weather and the clouds of world and local … Continue reading

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Still Growing Young

This live rendition of Rich Mullins’ “Growing Young” improves on an almost perfect song.  I like the acoustic vibe.  And a little bit of Chesterton is always a great thing.

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