… in Sydney Cove.
David McCollough, speaking to the 2012 graduates at Wellesley High School: No, commencement is life’s great ceremonial beginning, with its own attendant and highly appropriate symbolism. Fitting, for example, for this auspicious rite of passage, is where we find ourselves this afternoon, the venue. Normally, I avoid cliches like the plague, wouldn’t touch them with [...]
This is a dialogical review of Scharen, Christian. Broken Hallelujahs: Why Popular Music Matters to Those Seeking God. Grand Rapids: Brazos, 2011. Reviewed by Matt Edwards the Ministries Director at Believers Fellowship in Gig Harbor, Washington, and by Walker Sherman the Worship Director at the same church. Matt summarized the argument of the book, and then [...]
We are back! And I want to register here my gratitude to RJS, Patrick Mitchell and the good folks at Irish Bible Institute as well as to Syler Thomas for pinch-hitting for us while we were gone. When we travel for international events the blog usually dips in page views, but this time it went [...]