hey todd thanks for the welcome. i just read your article in worship leader magazine and was fascinated by what i read. I am the associate of music at my church and i am exploring the arts can have a role in our worship experiences. Thanks for providing a unique and comprehensive approach.
Hey, Todd. Thanks for the Wired article (and the others!). Couldn't find it when I looked. I look forward to reading it. I've been involved with family the past four days, so sorry for not getting back to you.
Leaving to go out of town today. I'll grab some time in the next few days to write my thoughts.
Hey Todd! So, I'm super interested in these weekly parties you're talking about. Where will I see updates about these? I haven't quite mastered navigating this site yet. I would love to be more active in this site. Oh by the by, do you have new agents of future music? That's super exciting, you should shoot some my way! (plus some welcome wagon if you would!) Thanks Todd, ttyl
got the message about sending you a message for an album. I do hope it's the new Bifrost Arts album...because even though I already have it, I believe it to be beautiful and want more folks to hear it. It is battling Elephants for my fave of the year. Did aaron talk to you yet about the Birds show?
HERE are some random thoughts about stuff: In 2009, my family and I took our first trip to Greenbelt. We didn't just *go* to Greenbelt, we DID GREENBELT. A group of friends came along and joined us as we modeled our unique articulations of community and playful collaboration. Before we went, the festival had seemed to us to be a bit enigmatic, shrouded 'neath an imaginary cloud of the…See More
“There is plenty of courage among us for the abstract but not for the concrete.” - Helen Keller
“Love, like truth and beauty, is concrete. Love is not fundamentally a sweet feeling; not, at heart, a matter of sentiment, attachment, or being "drawn toward." Love is active, effective, a matter of making reciprocal and mutually beneficial relation with one's friends and enemies. Love creates righteousness, or justice, here on earth. To make love is to make justice. As advocates and activists for justice know, loving involves struggle, resistance, risk.” - Carter Heyward