Jim Wallis, in conversation with William Matthews and Allison Trowbridge, explores what he calls "The Discipleship Question" in the next episode of the podcast series "Reclaiming Jesus Now." https://t.co/8nivi42pGv
Japanese activists opposed to capital punishment hope the visit of Pope Francis this weekend will help to soften public opinion in a nation where most people still support the death penalty. https://t.co/FcIGIpTOQZ
Jim Wallis, in conversation with William Matthews and Allison Trowbridge, explores what he calls "The Discipleship Question" in the next episode of the podcast series "Reclaiming Jesus Now." ... See MoreSee Less
Three Little Birds by Bob Marley. Whenever I go through darker periods in my life life like I am now, this song never fails to put a smile on my face.
Current poem, Mia Angelou's "And Still I Rise".
Ton Petty's "I Won't Back Down" but also Buffalo Springfield "For What It's Worth." For the uninitiated, read the lyrics - who would have thought a fifty year old pop song would be so appropriate today.
Fiona Apple! "I've been careless with a delicate man!!" All day because of the AMAZING Fiona Hill today towards the delicate Republicans!! Thanks for asking this question btw! 🤣
I Am An Outsider by Three Days Grace is my anthem at the moment. I've been an outcast my entire life, so the song really makes me feel proud to be one.
"Tubthumping" by Chumbawamba. I know it's a song about getting hammered, but I like the whole "I get knocked down, but I get up again, ain't never gonna keep me down!" attitude!
Since the death seven weeks ago of my husband of 36 years I've been completely fixated on Jefferson Starship's "Miracles." 💔
You'll Never Walk Alone - Josh Groban - My Mom died just ten days ago. Thanks, John Pavlovitz, for all your writing. You're a Godsend to us.
HAMILTON. The whole thing.
Gerry rafferty’s city to city. Heartfelt and brilliant. Especially “the ark” and “whatever’s written in your heart “ 💙
Not a song, but this smile! I just had hip replacement surgery....a very difficult process!
A bunch. Whether it's on a church praise team or at karaoke, I probably experience joy more purely from singing than almost any other way. Have sung Michael Buble's "Lost" and Evanescence's "My Immortal" quite a bit lately.
Don't Give Up by Peter Gabriel featuring Kate Bush
Remembering deceased family and happy memories whenever I hear Johnny Mathis or Nat King Cole on the radio (Christmas songs)...❣️
Anything Beatles. Reminds me of when I had NO worries at all!
I love listening to the work of Chopin & other classical musicians. I haven't been listening to much else for a few yrs.
"Another One Bites the Dust" (Queen)....thanks to Vindman's brave testimony! (Not the "gun" part of the song....just the meaning of the expression!)
Take Me Home by Phil Collins. I lost my brother this week and that song always reminded me of him. 😭
I found myself singing "Blessed Assurance" yesterday.
Ordinary Day, by Great Big Sea. "I've got a smile on my face and I've got 4 walls around me..."
I heard “Don’t Dream It’s Over” today in the car and had to sit and appreciate.
“Badlands.” It always comes back to Springsteen’s anthem of righteous fury and boundless hope.
The theme song from the movie, "Babe." My youngest granddaughter (she's 5) and I sing it to each other. It's a sweet song of love and goodness, of which we are all in dire need.
"If I had words to make a day for you,
I'd sing you a morning golden and true.
I would make this day last for all-time,
And fill the night deep in moonshine."
I wake up every morning with a song running in my head. Not any special song, just a song.
John Coltrane’s “Dear Lord”. It calms the body & soul.
By incorporating these practices into everyday living, Christians can start to make a significant difference in advocating for righteousness in the global fashion industry, writes Liz Lwanga. ... See MoreSee Less
You've made bigotry, misogyny, and racism socially acceptable again and that has been a kind of twisted gift because it's allowed me to really see people; not as they pretend to be on the surface—but in the very depths of their wounded, weaponized hearts. ... See MoreSee Less
Nicole Winfield, the Vatican corrrespondent for the Associated Press, now with the Pope in Thailand, said that this article by Thomas J. Reese, SJ, on the Vatican's new (Jesuit) finance chief had the "Best. Lede. Ever." A "lede," in journalism lingo, is a story's first line. See what you think. Then read the great story. ... See MoreSee Less