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I’ve been oddly and unexpectedly reflective these last few days, mostly due to a conversation I had last week that was a kind of perspective on working with youth . . . and ultimately how it’s changed since I my … Continue reading
This past weekend saw the release of Steven Curtis Chapman’s latest, a worship album called Worship and Believe. The two terms in the title hang together awkwardly. We might think that the reverse is the appropriate order: believe and worship. … Continue reading
I have often wondered if Steven Curtis Chapman would get around to making a “worship album.” When the trend hit years and years ago, I was dismayed. I’m one of that rare breed that sees the praise and worship movement … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I was bemoaning the absence of good new music. And then a river of solid music started flowing. Derek Webb. Andy Gullahorn. Jars of Clay. And now it’s Steven Curtis Chapman’s turn. His new album, The … Continue reading