The Jazz Theologian
June 2006 Archives

Now playing at my other site, Improvisus (aka–JT’s Jazz Joint):  MAINLINE DECLINE Join me over at my other site…just look to the top of the left hand column and click on Improvisus. See you there!

It’s 3:54 a.m. and I can’t sleep.  There is a longing in my soul for you and me to be one.  For the Body of Christ to be a body.  For us to be an answer to Jesus’ prayer in […]

I’m trying to learn how to understand the pain of those around me.  John Howard Griffin became "Black Like Me," choosing to live a pain that was foreign to him. There is a reason why jazz musicians will choose to […]

I’m re-reading Black Like Me.  Years have passed since I first followed John Howard Griffin’s amazing journey of a white man living as a black man in the Deep South in the late 1950’s.  If you don’t know the story, […]