[SMS] Shine

I found this on the Fish Atlanta's website. Here's what they say: Take a look at David Crowder's brand new single, "[SMS] Shine"!  This amazing video was created with a LiteBrite and 1 million pegs. Everything you see in the video actually happened -- NO computer generated graphics or effects!  Even details such as the piano playing in the background and the monkeys beating a drum in perfect time was done free of digital affects and computer animation. It took 2,150 man hours, 1,200 LITE-BRITE im … [Read more...]

Gotta love those yellow sneakers!

Here's a picture of Rhiannon, David Crowder, Fran, and me, taken last night, just outside the Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts in Franklin, NC, shortly after the David Crowder Band's concert.I'm holding a copy of Everybody Wants to Go to Heaven, But Nobody Wants to Die, the book that Crowder wrote with Michael Hogan, one of his bandmates. He, meanwhile, is holding a promotional bookmark for The Big Book of Christian Mysticism. I wish I had an actual copy of the book to give him. … [Read more...]

The David Crowder Band, 7-7-10

Last night Fran and Rhiannon and I went to see the David Crowder Band at the Smoky Mountain Performing Arts Center in Franklin, NC. Here's the setlist for the show...The Veil No One Like  You Foreverandever etc. Here is Our King Come Thou Font of Every Blessing  -> Amazing Grace How He Loves Everything Glorious Alleluia, Sing Shadows You Are My Joy I Saw the Light -> I'll Fly Away Oh Happiness O Praise Him (All This For a King) Here I am to Worship … [Read more...]

Bhakti Jesus?

I know a monk who criticizes devotionalism. Rosaries, novenas, consecration to Mary, that sort of thing: he sees no use for it. He simply prefers methodless silent prayer. We have an ongoing conversation/debate about this. I keep saying that such devotionalism is a valid, cataphatic form of spiritual practice. He is willing to accept that but only if cataphatic spirituality is seen as a prelude to the "higher" apophatic form of practice.Incidentally, cataphatic (also spelled kataphatic) … [Read more...]


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