Tom Rorem, Opening for Noah Gundersen (read the whole post)

If you are in Seattle, and have a chance to go …

On New Year’s Day,

In the evening,

Tom Rorem, one of our students, and whose story I tell a bit of in One.Life: Jesus Calls, We Follow, will be opening for Noah Gundersen and the Courage with Lowlands.

The event is at Triple Door.

Wish I could be there!

I will give away one free copy of One.Life if you go up to Tom, tell him hi from me, tell him you heard about this event from this site, and get him to tell you what he did his paper for 4th Yr Seminar on. Write me about it on this post — but you have to tell me what Tom did his final 4th Yr Seminar paper on to confirm you were there! First person to write back gets the free copy.

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  • Ethan Magness

    I am so glad that I already bought the book and am loving it, because that is a really complicated contest.