The second week of Advent. The service today centers on the prophetic idea of justice and what distracts humanity from community.
A Ceremony of Carols (op. 28) is a piece by Benjamin Britten
St. Paul's Choir
If you know that line, you know one of the best "spaghetti westerns" ever made. Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) -- directed by Sergio Leone -- it stars Henry Fonda, Jason Robards, Charles Bronson and Claudia Cardinale, with a haunting soundtrack by Ennio Morricone.
A Baghdad clergyman estimates that 90 percent of Iraq's Christians, once thought to number over a million, have either fled or have been murdered by Islamic extremists.
For those who care, most marshmellows contain animal products and this CNBC story highlights a Loma Linda University researcher who is on the case. . .
There are about 33.2 million people in the world currently infected with HIV, and 2007 saw 2.5 million new infections.
Happy Sabbath! Welcome to the Spectrum Blog Liturgy, something I created as an excuse to combine some good music with Adventism's ultimate concerns. If you do stay for the service below, feel free to drop a comment about your week and what's on your mind.
The beginning of Advent. The service today centers on the the apocalypse and how humanity confronts our always, already present end.
Michael Franti and Spearhead: Time To Go Home
We need more of this in our church communities.
This video was the first video shown on MTV when it launched.