Voices In My Head Podcast #230: Andrew Greer, Randy Cox, David Mullins – Winds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth
Recorded live at Parnassus Bookstore in Nashville Tennessee for the release of the new book about Rich Mullins, “Winds of Heathen, Stuff of Earth”.
Twenty years ago today we lost Rich Mullins in a tragic car accident. Today at 3:30pm on the stage at Parnassus Books in Nashville I’ll be recording a podcast with Randy Cox and Andrew Greer who have just release a book about Rich called “Winds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth”. The book is filled with wonderful reflections on the life, ministry, music, joy, struggles, and flaws of Rich Mullins. This podcast event is open to the public and you are also invited to return at 6:00 for a book signing with Randy, Andrew and many special guests, plus music by Cindy Morgan. We hope you will join us.
RIck Lee James
I’m grateful to CCM Magazine for publishing this story/interview about my new music video, recording the unreleased music of Rich Mullins, and helping refugees. Linked below:
To my listeners who have so faithfully been with me through thick and thin, this is a special podcast just for you. There is a big announcement being made in CCM Magazine on Friday September 15th, but as promised I am sharing the news with my podcast listeners one day early. This ended up being a much more emotional episode of the show that I expected. I’m not going to spoil this short 20 minute episode for you but I will tell you it was a wonderful way for me to express the depth of emotion that I am feeling. Make sure and read the full story starting Friday, March 15th on CCMMagazine.com.
Our guest this week on Voices In My Head is Rick Incorvati, a Deacon at Christ Episcopal Church in Springfield Ohio, a professor at Wittenberg University, and the director of Equality Springfield.
Rick shares some of the story of his life; coming to terms with being gay, walking away from the church for a time, his journey back to the church through a renewed relationship with God, and his call into ministry.
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