Tag: music

Connecting the Dots with Lines: From Nebraska to Nepal

-Five Midwestern college guys wanting to take 6 months off in the mountains before starting “real” jobs -A man closer to retirement than to entering the work force beginning a whole other “career” -A nationally touring recording rock band -A radio station with a mission -A six year old girl -A homeschooling mom When you […]

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Lyric Lines: Five of Seven Songs for a Savior

Today the song is definitely honor of my children.  This is one of my favorite songs to listen to this time of year.  Many  years ago the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir came out with a “Happy birthday, Jesus” song.  That one is sweet and all, but I happen to like the below version even better.  This […]

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Lyric Lines: Four of Seven Songs for a Savior

Chris Tomlin’s Glory to God in the Highest is one of the most worshipful Christmas albums!  All of the songs point to the Savior.  But the one that is my favorite actually features another lead vocalist – Audrey Aussad.  Since we are getting a few flurries here today and tomorrow, this song, “Winter Snow” seems […]

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Lyric Lines: Three of Seven Songs for a Savior

Just over a year ago, we said our earthly good byes to my Grandmother.  She had just turned 100 several months before, so she was definitely ready to go to heaven!  Now that I have said farewell to all four of my grandparents, Steven Curtis Chapman’s “Home for Christmas” means even more.  I could not […]

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Lyric Lines: One of Seven Songs for a Savior

So, I might be a bit of Christmas song junkie.  I love the music of the season.  This has been a busy December for me, so I have needed music with strong lyrics to remind me of just what Christmas is all about.  So, I thought for the next seven blog posts, I would share […]

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Overcoming Line

Romans 8:37 “In all these things, we overwhelmingly conquer through Him who loved us.” I was not quite into my American Idol years when her powerful voice hit the stage.  (My husband & I managed to follow the show for a few years and liked watching the contestants – not often the “famous” singers performing […]

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