Yes. This. This exactly. I don’t have a problem with the message Christian music tries to share, but I agree whole-heartedly with him that we’re going about it the wrong way. God can use ANY music, but doesn’t he deserve for us to use the best and most creative music we can offer? Who, when offered a choice between canned meat and fresh T-bone steaks would choose the canned? (Besides the toothless, that is.)
Grace & Peace,
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !!!!
READ MICHAEL GUNGOR’S FOLLOW UP BLOG TO HIS POST ‘THE PROBLEM WITH THE CHRISTIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY !!!
Date: Monday, December 9, 2013
As promised earlier, after the incredible buzz around his blog post below in the past week (there have been more than 360,000 views of this blog post in the past 7 days) Michael Gungor expressed to me a desire to write a follow-up blog post to this original post he wrote almost 2 years ago.
I am excited to announce that Michael emailed me his follow-up blog post that he just finished two days ago, and you can read it immediately, by clicking on the link below.
When you are in a touring band, there is a lot of time that is…
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