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 …Read More

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 …Read More

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, …Read More