Happy new year! This week on the podcast I share some coming events for 2018 and talk about things that moved me deeply in 2017. It’s a very special end of the year broadcast.

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I just wanted to share these powerful words from a my friend David Dault, host of “Things Not Seen”. Let these words lead you into the heart of the Christmas story. Thank you David for writing so beautifully.

“Somewhere, this weekend, in a forgotten corner of your city, Mary and Joseph have just arrived in town. They are hungry, and exhausted, and they’re looking desperately for a place to sleep.

If you have money in your pockets this Christmas, congratulations. You are one of the Magi.

If you have a spare room to offer, congratulations. You are the Innkeeper.

If you have nothing but a kind word to speak, congratulations. You are a heralding angel.

The story of Christmas isn’t complete until you figure out who you are — in relation to the family that is lost in your city and in great need — and play your part.”

David Dault

Author and Host Of “Things Not Seen”

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I’m just a proud daddy and I wanted to share my 4 year old’s rendition of Jingle Bells that we recorded last night at church.

Merry Christmas,


On December 19th, 2017 I had the chance to co-host a Christmas Show on Shine FM in Bellfountaine, Ohio. I played several songs on Air, did the weather, read scripture, joked around, and signed the artist wall right next to Brandon Heath and Jon McGlaughlin. Thanks Angie Vertucci and the Shine FM staff for having me on and for playing my music.


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This episode comes to you courtesy of the Hoganson Media Agency who invited Voices In My Head Podcast to experience the incredible Michael W. Smith and Amy Grant Christmas Tour in Columbus Ohio. It was an incredible night of music complete with live orchesta, snowball fights, and a remarkable presentation by Compassion International.

On this episode I also share some live improvised Christmas music and talk about a new take on Charles Dicken’s Christmas Carol by the late Havey Kurtzman called, “Marley’s Ghost”.

Merry Christmas and Thanks For Listening,

Rick Lee James

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