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See the Kit Kat Jesus.
Browse the lineup for the 2009 Austin City Limits Music Festival.
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Read about the woman who was fired for being on Facebook after calling in sick to work.
Mark Driscoll preaching at Crystal Cathedral?
See a kids’ choir singing “Eye of the Tiger.”
Read about Jimmy Carter saying that “Disharmony Among Christians ‘Like a Cancer’.”
Watch as the people at Playing For Change record a version of “Stand By Me” performed by street musicians from across the world.
Read about the new Wilco album being called Wilco (The Album).
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Read as Time searches for the world’s most influential person, with surprising results.
Read/listen/watch as John Piper explains and applies the Gospel in six minutes.
Read about Matador records losing its vinyl masters after a bankrupt pressing plant threw them out.
Read Paste‘s review of Together Through Life, the latest from Bob Dylan.
Read Rolling Stone‘s review of Together Through Life.
Read as the Guaridan reviews the new Dylan.
Read about rumors of infidelity with Jon and Kate plus 8.
Read Dan Kimball’s thoughts on “Communicating Well in a Fast-Paced World.”
Read as the Phoenix New Times profiles William Elliott Whitmore.
Read this suggested list of 10 novels to read before they become adapted into films.
Read about the resurrection of Lilith Fair.
Read Paste‘s collections of songs about musicians.
Browse the A.V. Club’s selection of songs to make you cry.
Read Drowned In Sound‘s suggestions for the ultimate shoegaze mixtape.
Read yet another examination of the resurgence in vinyl sales. This time from the L.A. Times.
Read Adequacy.net’s interview with Mark Kozelek.
Read/Listen as NPR offers a eulogy for the boombox.
Read as Reuters interviews Steve Earle about his tribute to Townes Van Zandt.
Read as Vampire Weekend talks to Entertainment Weekly about their upcoming album.
Read this post about 20 smart ways to discover new music.
Read these suggestions about how to find new music through Twitter.
Read as the Chicago Reader reviews the new Wilco live DVD.
See the biblical story in four images, the video that opened the recent Catalyst West Coast conference.
Browse and download as Justin Taylor makes available the breakout sessions from the recent Gospel Coalition conference.
Hear Ed Stetzer’s recent talk from the Acts 29 quarterly at The Journey in St. Louis.
Share your adoption story to register to win a copy of Adopted For Life.
Register for the 2010 Together For The Gospel conference.