Podcast #65: The Dead Sea Scrolls

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This week on the Voices In My Head Podcast I’m joined by three pastors from Kentucky: Justin Hayes, Matthew Cole, and Chad Cook. Together we descended to the depths of the Cincinnati Museum Center to witness the ancient Dead Sea Scrolls. After we finished up at the Museum we shared a meal together at Sunny Deli and Asian Cuisine Restaurant and discussed the exhibit, ministry, and life together in Christ.

I also share about my upcoming book on the Psalms that is soon to be released through Voices In My Head Productions. I also invite listeners to my Basement Psalms Live DVD and CD release party in Springfield Ohio on Friday, April 12th at 7:00PM. There will be live music, giveaways, and cake!

Voices In My Head is a Podcast dedicated to covering things like comics, movies, books, music and various other things that get stuck in the head of pop culture, but with a Theological lens. Listen to it on Podbean.com, Stitcher, The Rick Lee James Mobile App, iTunes, Reverbnation.com, and Facebook. Rick Lee James Official Web Site is www.RickLeeJames.com. To leave a voice message comment for Voices In My Head call (937) 505-0162. Get Rick’s music on iTunes and at CDBaby.com. Email can be sent to RLJames29@yahoo.com. You can also watch Rick Lee James music videos on YouTube.

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