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The blues of Dave Perkins is raw, real, and full of hope.
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Emir Caner to Truett-McConnell, Gordon MacDonald to Denver Seminary, and other transitions.
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Aaron Strumpel returns human struggle to the Psalms.
Van Morrison's Poetry of the IneffableSubscriber Access Only
The Northern Irishman has been singing into the mystic—and of the divine—for decades.
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Bringing the Ravi Shankar sound to Christian worship.
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The Hold Steady reminds us of "something bigger."
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What's so great (and what's not) about the band's new album.
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The singer, the sinner's prayer, and my spiritual journey.
Live: Hope at the HideoutSubscriber Access Only
At 69, the soul and gospel queen is still electrifying.
A Musical Lectio DivinaSubscriber Access Only
Ryan Lott's meditative, mystical, and mesmerizing debut.
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My Road to Emmaus Ran Through East Los Angeles
My Road to Emmaus Ran Through East Los Angeles
Suffering and ministry turmoil left me devastated. Jesus met me there.
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