Archive: Feb 2010



Sweetness

By Evie Coates

Each year when I celebrate my birthday, one of the things I love most is to conjure in the kitchen for the loved ones who have gathered on my behalf. I know it seems a little backwards, me being Read More ›

Rabbit Roomer Mill: Mel Gibson to Star in Andrew Peterson Film?

By S. D. Smith

Can I end every sentence in this post with a question mark? Do you think I can?

Is Andrew Peterson’s blockbuster book (which literally busted several blocks with its head) being Read More ›

Power, Money, and Obligation

By Matt Conner

I’ve seen people in this game for all the wrong reasons. Heck, I’ve even been at this for those very same ones. And I’m sure it’s the same in other fields as well. I’m talking about pastors and Read More ›

Song of the Day: Ben Shive

By Andrew Peterson

When I heard this song I knew Ben was more than just a great musician, but was also a great songwriter. It Read More ›

I’m a Miner for Art of Gold

By Curt McLey

My friend John accompanied me on my trip to the Kansas City area recently to see a Pierce Pettis concert. It was the first time I had seen a Pierce Pettis show, and it was superb. A few years ago, I Read More ›

The Resonance of David

By Matt Conner

I prefer Sad David. Sure, there’s Victorious David. King David. Shepherd Boy David. The iconic leader and heroic figure dominates so much of Biblical lore and landscape, but the Psalmist brings Read More ›

Review: Patty Griffin – Downtown Church

By Randall Goodgame

So let me go ahead and say, I am a Patty Griffin fan.  Ever since some long forgotten friend introduced me to Living With Ghosts so many years ago, I have been mesmerized by her brilliant Read More ›

Five Questions For: Ron Block (Part II)

By S. D. Smith

Numerology aside, this is Part 2 of 2 posts where I am asking 5 questions of 1 Ron Block. Here is Part 1 (questions 1-3). Read More ›

An Interview with Jeffrey Overstreet

By Andrew Peterson

Jeffrey Overstreet’s is one of about four blogs I check out regularly. He writes reviews for several publications, including Image: A Journal of Arts and Religion, which is heady and artsy and cool. Read More ›

Finding Criticism (II)

By Pete Peterson

In the last couple of months I’ve been asked by several people how to go about finding a critique group. I’ve talked a bit about this before and you can read my previous post on it by clicking this link. Read More ›

Song of the Day: Andy Gullahorn

By Andrew Peterson

No, that is not a picture of Haley Joel Osment. No, that picture was not Photoshopped. That’s a little Read More ›

Hear No Evil

By Stephen Lamb

In his new book Hear No Evil: My Story of Innocence, Music, and the Holy Ghost, releasing February 16th from WaterBrook Press, Matthew Paul Turner tells the story of the time God called Read More ›