Music for the City is releasing their first compilation album of local, rising artists in Austin, TX. The line-up of artists is as incredible as it is diverse.
As with everything that MFC does in 2010, profits go to AUSTIN CHILDREN’S SHELTER and SAFEPLACE in an effort to reduce abuse and neglect of Austin’s women and children. Come out on May 8th for an great show and an even greater cause!
The Release Party will be headlined by Alpha Rev, Saturday, May 8th @ La Zona Rosa
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…with special guests Aaron Ivey, The Soldier Thread, Quiet Company and Songwriters in the Round with Matt McCloskey, Miranda Dodson, Jason Poe, and Jordan Whitmore.
For years I went to church. Religiously. I actually went to church for about 25 years. Then I stopped. I’m so glad I did. Instead of going to church, I startedbeing the church. It’s radically changed me. They have changed me. My family has gotten bigger. Read the rest.
In 2009 Tim Chester and I spoke at the LEAD ’09 conference which focused on Leading the Church in Gospel, Community, and Mission. The conference was packed with great content which has been captured on video and audio. Some of the sessions include:
In an article entitled “10 Ideas Changing the World Right Now,” TIME magazine numbered the “New Calvinism” as the third most influential idea changing the world in 2009. Is this a positive or negative trend? Read my response.