Some Kirk Whalum…
and a fresh Christian perspective on immigration.
Blog: My graduate degree was in Missiology and I loved reading the late Harvey Conn. There are a group of people keeping his legacy alive at ‘Conn’-versation. Conn taught that we should learn to love the city because the world is no longer a global village rather it has become a global city.
Album: If your looking for some good smooth Christian jazz with a Gospel bent then you can’t go wrong with Kirk Whalum’s The Gospel According to Jazz (part 1 and 2). There are also DVD’s available of the evenings that are worth watching. Here is his personal website.
Book: Living on the Borders: What the Church can Learn from Ethnic Immigrant Cultures by Mark Griffin & Theron Walker. With all the debate on immigation this is a refrseshing take on the subject from a Christian perspective.