Monthly Archives: September 2018

Lauren Daigle wants to break down walls to Christian music

Lauren Daigle’s album, “Look Up Child,” debuted this month at No. 3 on Billboard’s all-genre album chart and had the best first week sales of any Christian album in nearly nine years, according to Billboard. Daigle, who is performing at this … Continue reading

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The Unlikely Endurance of Christian Rock

By Kelefa Sanneh The New Yorker In 1957, less than a year after the end of the Montgomery bus boycott, the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., took a part-time job as an advice columnist. His employer was Ebony, and his … Continue reading

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Celebrating Aretha Franklin

“In Aretha,” the Rev. Dr. William Barber said at her funeral, “the holiness of the sacred and the secular came together, in a way that could be only ordered by the Lord. Some say that even as the world spins, … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Queen Lili’uokalani

Happy Birthday to Queen LiliÊ»uokalani, the first queen regnant of the Kingdom of Hawaii and its last sovereign monarch (1838-1917). She ruled from January 29, 1891, until the overthrow of her rightful rule in January 17, 1893, by unscrupulous sugar … Continue reading

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Senator John McCain RIP

The casket of Senator John McCain lies in state in the US Capitol Rotunda.

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