Category Archives: Music

Song for Sowing

One last post of recent Andrew Peterson concert clips.  It’s a bit long, but you get some nice conversation from Peterson as the clip begins.

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“Rise Up, Oh Sleeper”

Well, I think I’m “done” enough that I can enjoy some summer vacation for a few days.  All of the necessary paperwork is done, for sure.  I’ll have to pick up some threads next week.  It’s been a good day, … Continue reading

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Ripping Off JRR Tolkien

The folks over at Creator Arts have been posting a number of recent concert clips from Andrew Peterson.  This one got posted earlier today and begins with the song’s inspiration: one of my favorite moments from Tolkien’s Lord of the … Continue reading

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The Courage to Sing

The third and final section of Andy Crouch’s The Tech-Wise Family involves singing and showing up.  It is the shortest section of the book, but it still packs a punch with content.  On some level, the content of this final … Continue reading

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The Echo of Voices (where the streets have no name)

While it’s great seeing U2 perform live, it’s really the audience-as-choir that gets to me.  Got to me when I saw the in concert over a decade ago.  Gets to me in this recording of “Where the Streets Have No … Continue reading

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A Song of Lament and Praise

What a last couple of weeks it has been!  The highs and lows of life can be so tightly woven together that they bleed together in weird and subtle ways, where every praise is also a prayer request.  Here’s a … Continue reading

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Miraculous Life

Here’s Andrew Peterson performing another track from The Burning Edge of Dawn, one I probably shouldn’t skip over as much as I do.

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