Monthly Archives: March 2019

Switchfoot want Love to be our Native Tongue

Switchfoot’s somewhat brief hiatus is over and this 14 track release is an excellent way to come back. I wonder whether the slight break from constant touring has brought out the joys of slowing, as this album is – unusually … Continue reading

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Lent and Easter Reading for anytime

David Bryan – Jesus: His Home, His Journey, His Challenge (SPCK) This really fresh (read-anytime) Lent and Easter book brings you right alongside the young Jesus in his pilgrimages to Jerusalem. Bryan has an academic’s knowledge, a mentor’s understanding and … Continue reading

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Speechless 2

It has been a few months since my “Speechless” round up of notable 2018 instrumental releases, and they have kept coming, pouring into 2019. Catrin Finch and Seckou Keita – Soar (Bendigedig ) 8 tracks /45 minutes This beautiful release … Continue reading

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