The Space Between Memories embodies a peculiar genre-evading power. This collection of stories from the frontlines of frontier missions ventures along the spectrum of memoirs but remains in the space between memoirs of a life of ministry and ministry itself.
This is the last article in this series about “swallowing whole books of the Bible.” I hope these words have aided you in delighting even more in God’s Word. My prayer is that these messages encourage God’s people to read even more of God’s more, more often.
The last post used the metaphor of “swallowing whole books of the Bible” and this one will pick up the baton. We all can and should learn how to gnaw on and chew up these contents.
No, I wasn’t hungry when I titled this entry. Ok, maybe I was but in all fairness, I’m never not hungry. “Swallowing whole books of the Bible” demands explanation. So, here goes:
This is the reason for the double header tour. Johnston and crew invite all haters but especially bloggers to come out to a show. The album release and coinciding tour will be called, Please Forgive Us.
The following is a poem accompanied with a soundscape. I created this with my friend Jeffrey Jopling in 2012. We created this for my old blog community, Sojourners Indecisive.
One of my favorite hymns is “Joy to the World”. Why it is saved for the end of the year, every year, I have no idea. We should sing about the coming of Christ every day of our lives! Despite my disdain for that aspect of the tradition, here is our homage to finally getting to sing it.
Here is our family’s second mini-advent audio devotional. Enjoy. Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas from the Sharps. I hope this will give you all something to gather around as you scrurry through last minute shopping, baking cookies, or snuggling up and binge watching classics on Netflix. Whatever your family tradition may be, we hope you let us be a part of that.
I work at a chemical plant right down the road from our house. I have never blogged about this before; but today I’m starting. Why? I saw a picture there of something that made me add this preface to the series Family Worship. I was nearly done with an analysis when I realized the dangers…
You know when one of those indie, Sundance winning films ends up starting a trend or breaking a mold in cinematography? Maybe they have a cool new trick or a retro flare; but whatever it is, they strike a chord with both the audience and critics. I want to do that now. I know that…
I’M COMING BACK TO THE… I recently switched gears with the blog and started a new topic/series without really acknowledging it. So this is my chance to unlock my subconscious about this mysterious key change. Maybe you didn’t the wit of the “subtle as a train wreck” title reference, haha. Here’s a beautiful instrumental arrangement…