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"There Will Be Rest" flowed out of experiences in New York City where everyone is seemingly running to try to keep their head above water. This song is meant to be both a song of lament and a song of assurance. As we cry out to God with the hurts of this world, we are reminded that God meets us in that hurt, that He is bringing healing, and in Jesus we have rest both now and not yet.
"Send Me" is a song about...you guessed it, getting sent. The heart of this song is that God has set us free from sin and now, being forgiven, sends us out to love and serve our neighbor. Not a mandated serving, but a response to the love that we have been shown through Christ.
In episode 6 I sit down with Ed Gungor as we speak about his journey through ministry and his re-discovery of liturgy and how it can be applied to the church of today. Ed has walked through this discovery with several other church leaders through an annual gathering called PRAXIS, and joined together with other church leaders and those desiring to explore the monastic life, forming the Order of St. Anthony. Ed is one of the most thoughtful people I know, and I think you will find the conversation thought provoking and perhaps challenging. Enjoy!
"This is My Father's World" is an early 20th century hymn, written by Maltbie D. Babcock. A poetic portrayal of all creation praising God.
In episode 5 I sit down with abolitionist and executive director of Let My People Go, Raleigh Sadler. We discuss his journey to starting Let My People Go as well as the work of this great organization.
In this lenten hymn we've maintained the original melody, re-harmonizing the chords to form an anticipatory yet meditative setting...
In this lenten hymn we have used much of the original melody, changing it only slightly during one of the verses to connect two verses together and adding an original chorus and bridge...