songs popping up in interesting places
It’s always interesting to see where songs pop up. It’s heartening to hear from individuals, families, and congregations that are putting this music to good use. Recently I’ve become aware of a few new places in the world of publications where a song of mine has made an appearance:
– Sean Gladding, of Communality in Lexington, Kentucky, refers to my song “God’s Love is for Everybody” in his article on “Story-Driven Service of Worship” in the September issue of Worship Leader magazine. (Sean has a new book coming out that I can’t wait to see.)
– this dude (see any resemblance?) includes the song “You’re Not Alone” on the syllabus for his MTS (Master of Theological Studies) course on the book of Job.
– this one surprised me most of all: Karla Stoltzfus Detweiler included my song “Tell Me What You Wish For” as part of a recent curriculum called “Body and Soul: Healthy Sexuality and the People of God.“