Tag Archives: Andrew Peterson
So last week I looked into purchasing an old novel by George MacDonald (an inspiration of C. S. Lewis). When it arrived, I realized that I had not read the “fine print” well- the “scholar’s edition” that I had purchased … Continue reading
Today I had the interestingly political conversation that I’ve had in some time. Those kinds of conversations can be hard to come by in Our Current Moment. But good, honest conversations can by humbling and illuminating at the same time. … Continue reading
This video is a wonderful blend of some of my favorite musicians and a great song from the Psalms.
From a recent chapel at Baylor University:
Up until recently, I had an iPhone with an unfortunate iTunes quirk: it would only play songs in shuffle mode. Regardless if it was by artist or by album, I just couldn’t listen to something the way it had been … Continue reading
A wonderful way to spend part of Easter Sunday . . .
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
A few weeks ago, particularly the Saturday before Easter, I posted a video of Andrew Peterson’s “Is He Worthy?” video “sight unseen.” As many others, I did my best to hold off on listening to Resurrection Letters Vol. 1 until … Continue reading
Okay. I have to admit that I haven’t listened to this song just yet. Saving it for the early hours of Easter Sunday. It’s from Andrew Peterson’s Resurrection Letters Volume One.