Come in from the cold and warm up with our winter playlist. We've gathered old and new into a compilation that we hope fits nicely into the seasonal rhythm. From our hearts to yours.
I have a love-hate relationship with “Santa Claus is Coming to Town.” Sure, it’s easy to hum along to, it puts smiles on the faces of millions, and easily jumps into the top ten Christmas songs to play on repeat when Bruce Springsteen immortalizes it with his rendition. And yet...
Grab your favorite festive drink and snuggle up by a toasty fire with our Christmas playlist. We hope the songs are a gift of Christmas cheer, hope, and jollity this Advent season. Good tidings and happy listening.
Did I cry listening to Andra Day and Stevie Wonder theologize about the future of Christmas? Not quite. But I probably should have. Because Stevie’s classic and Andra’s untouchable vocals provide a vision of hope not just for the Christmas season, but for the entire universe. They give us a glimpse into what is to come.
Gather, friends, and feast your ears on our new seasonal playlist. These songs have been gathered and harvested (pun intended) in the early fall months and we hope they strike a chord with you (pun also intended). So saddle up and settle in with the rhythms of these autumnal jams. From our hearts to yours.
Turning on Kendrick Lamar’s most recent album DAMN. is like tuning into a boxing match. You don’t just listen to single songs; you experience the different rounds of a fight where Kendrick and his demons pummel each other. . .
As promised, here is our playlist for summer 2017. Many of the tracks are connected to our overarching purpose here in some way, shape, or form, but some are just great tunes that we stumbled across in various places. Happy jamming! From our hearts to yours, via your favorite pair of headphones.
We're back with round two of our soundtrack series, this time with a song from an artist that I feel like I discovered all too late – or at least too late to appreciate while he was still living. The first time I can recall consciously hearing and enjoying one of David Bowie's songs... Continue Reading →
Among Protestants in America, there seems to be two dominant trends regarding the way we think about the season of Lent. One tendency is to see it as a great opportunity for spiritual gymnastics, a time to one up each other in virtuosic displays of staggering self-denial (no chocolate! no booze!) that end up being... Continue Reading →