I have developed a certain tendency to use the phrases "changing the world" or "taking over the world" when speaking with creative friends. I usually leave this without any particular explanation, a seeming little absurdity thrown into a comment or conversation, but I actually mean what I say. I fully intend a lifelong conspiracy with … Continue reading Changing the World
Here are a few key highlights of the Gothic-style church building that we can see in Sojourn Midtown’s new worship space, the former St. Vincent de Paul Church.
Jamie Barnes and Brooks Ritter have crafted two EPs that would stand alone as great works, but as a complete album they stand as a masterpiece and an important milestone.
Last week, I posted that the lead pastor of my church, Daniel Montgomery, had given his "top five books" (though the last two ended up being persons rather than books) on art and the church. In response, I think it is time for me to post an initial list of my own. Here goes: For … Continue reading My Top Five Resources on Art and the Church
Daniel Montgomery, the lead pastor of my church here in Louisville, Sojourn Community Church, recently posted a list of his top five favorite "books" on art and the church. I encourage you to read the whole article for his reasoning, but he ends up with these as his conclusion: For the Beauty of the Church: … Continue reading Pastor Daniel’s Top Five “Books” on Art and the Church