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Episode #138: Worship Leader Talk
- Exciting Announcement about Rick’s next record.
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Episode 137: Andrew Peterson and Resurrection Letters Vol. 2
Episode 136: Dave Cleveland
Episode 135: Oscar Winners with John Wilkerson
This week on the Voices In My Head Podcast, Andrew Peterson returns. Since we are so close to the Easter Season we talk a lot about his classic record, Resurrection Letters Volume 2. It was great to record this episode on location in Nashville at the Rabbit Room’s North Wind Manor. There’s a little something for everyone here. Great music and great conversation with a great artist, Andrew Peterson.
The Following is From The Book,
Out of the Depths: A Songwriter’s Journey Through the Psalms
Since I close chapter three of the book by talking about St. Patrick I wanted to share the entire chapter as a celebration of his life and legacy. I hope you enjoy it. The book can be purchased from Amazon.com at this link.
Simply click on the picture below to read Chapter 3 – St. Patrick and Psalm 42
Out of the Depths Chapter 3
Dave Cleveland on the Voices In My Head Podcast
Dave Cleveland has played guitar for Steven Curtis Chapman, Brooklyn Tabernacle, Point of Grace, Michael W. Smith, Twila Paris, 4 Him, Crystal Lewis, Michael O’Brien, Cindy Morgan, Anointed, Russ Taff, Steve Green, Wes King and Out Of The Grey, Miley Cyrus, and now he’s playing with me on my new record and on this week’s episode of Voices In My Head. Don’t miss this interview with great guy and world class guitarist, Dave Cleveland.
Listen To Dave and Rick Playing Sunset Drive
Episode #135: Oscar Winners We’ve Never Seen with Guest John Wilkerson
This is a very different episode than we usually have on Voices In My Head. Two busy dad, John Wilkerson and Rick Lee James get together to discuss the Oscar winning movies in 2015. However, they’ve never seen any of them so their discussion is based solely on the film titles, hearsay, and just plain silliness. we hope you enjoy this comedy filled episode of Voices In My Head.
Podcast Episode #134: Lent and How the Monastic Tradition Informs Our Conversation On Sanctification
“So proud to be part of this new book examining holiness for a new generation.” -Rick Lee James
Thomas Jay Oord and Josh Broward have published a book exploring what holiness means today. Renovating Holiness is comprised of more than 100 essays written by Millennial and Xer leaders in the Church of the Nazarene. Book contributors live on various continents, and they express the message of holiness in fresh, contextually relevant, and winsome ways.
The 2015 SacraSage Press book portrays holiness through the eyes of a new generation of Christians. “We have much to appreciate about the past,” says co-editor Oord. “But today holiness looks significantly different than it did 100, 50, or even 20 years ago. We need fresh articulations of what it means to be holy.”
“We have inherited a doctrine of sanctification that our grandparents built,” says co-editor Broward. “But their language doesn’t work in today’s world. And their thought structures feel cramped. Renovation is a must.”
Contributors to Renovating Holiness includes reflect various ethnicities, genders, and geographical locations. Contributors hail from more than 30 countries, and they represent the greatest diversity of Nazarenes ever included in one book.
Millennial and Xer essayists describe the holy life in conversation with scripture, cultures, and traditions. The book calls for changes in how we proclaim and live lives of holiness in the contemporary world.
“The reexamination of biblical holiness is the right and responsibility of the church in every generation,” says Church of the Nazarene General Superintendent emeritus, Jim L. Bond. “I commend Oord and Broward whose work can mark the beginning of this much needed discourse.”
Renovating Holiness can be purchased at renovatingholiness.com or on Amazon in print and electronic formats. Leaders in the Church of the Nazarene are encouraged to use the book to spark conversations among those they lead. A free group study guide is available, and discounts are given bulk orders.
Thomas Jay Oord is professor of theology at Northwest Nazarene University. He is the author of more than 20 books, a prominent theologian of love, and leader of various academic and popular projects exploring the most important questions of life.
Josh Broward is a pastor developing missional communities at Duneland Community Church of the Nazarene, an activist fighting human trafficking with Free The Girls, and adjunct professor at Olivet Nazarene University.