May 20, 2008
As I've said before, there are lots of popular and cult (not occult -- I mean artists with a particular and strong but not huge following) artists besides U2 who have written music in rock, blues, punk, country, soul, and other genres that work very well in services of worship.
Courtesy of songs for the journey, here's a perfect example: a Nick CAVEspers -- playlist of songs by Nick Cave (whose work I admire tremendously) for worship. So check it out:
The Nick CAVEspers.
Can you check your links on this post? They all seem to be going to the same page.
Or is it just me???
Posted by: Cosmo | May 21, 2008 7:35:06 AM
Thanks, Cosmo. I'll fix them.
Posted by: Sarah Dylan Breuer | May 21, 2008 10:28:02 AM
Hi there: I have enjoyed your lectionary blog for a bit and loved your articles in Get Up Off Your Knees, too. Just a note to say that I've been working in this vein for about 10 years, too - both with Good Friday liturgies mixing scripture/prayer/contemporary music as well as Sunday morning worship - so... many thanks. You might enjoy my blog: http://rj-whenlovecomestotown.blogspot.com/
I look forward to checking in with you more now that I am pastor of a church in Pittsfield. Blessings.
Posted by: RJ | Jun 27, 2008 10:06:07 PM
Thanks so much for your comment. I think you make a great point in saying that the real heart of getting to know people is about evangelizing, not about proselytizing.
It's our hope that the whole body of Christ will work together and get to know people to expand the Kingdom.
Thanks and God Bless!
Posted by: Richard Reising | Nov 7, 2008 6:03:43 PM
Wow.. last comment was just a little harcore..
Posted by: Guitar Reviews | Sep 12, 2010 10:40:30 AM
my punk scene
was paralleled by Jeremiah!!
(don't go back to the falsehood and gold of Egypt! -lets KILL him.)
Posted by: David-Stephen | Feb 8, 2016 5:23:58 PM