Blogging this month has been light for several reasons. But here are a few things from the back-up file:
~Why We Need Movie Reviewers
~The Scourge of Padded Non-fiction
~Ben Stiller: Director
~The Internet Is Ruining America's Movies and Music
~The World's Disappointing Stimulants
~10 Free Resources Every Youth Marketer Should Be Using
~Does Globalization Trump Culture? The Future of Music...
~And Now for Something Completely Different
~Worst Country Song Titles
~The Pirates Can't Be Stopped
~We Watch TBN So You Won't Have To
~The Girl in the Window
Saturday, August 02, 2008
A little over a month after the tragic death of his 5-year-old daughter Maria, Steven Curtis Chapman resumed his tour schedule. One of the ways in which he grieved was by writing a fourth verse for his song "Yours." The song just began getting airplay this week, and is scheduled for digital release next week. I came across this raw footage from a concert in Wheaton, IL, though, and thought it was worth posting. The power of the words is obvious.