Monthly Archives: October 2011

Which Century Are You Talking To?

Do you have more in common with Martin Luther or Joan Osborne? In 1970 Judy Collins sold a million records by recording “Amazing Grace,” the joyful lament of a long ago slave trader who had turned to Jesus. Today, people … Continue reading

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Poem: running is almost euphoria

wait for the car cross the street run calves sore turn corner onto main road glad i put on cap sun is blinding at 8am pull the brim down still blinding turn the brim to the right off and on … Continue reading

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Celebrity Worship

What a crazy week. On Sunday morning I worshiped with Kari. On Monday afternoon as I flew from LAX to Nashville, NBC played a commercial for The Sing-Off. Kari, who led worship with me on Sunday morning, was serenading me … Continue reading

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The Secret to Fish Burritos

If you want to make great fish burritos, race headlong to your nearest Farmer’s Market. I don’t care which ingredients you pick—you know what you like. I do care that you create with fresh veggies! At the Farmer’s Market I … Continue reading

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