A Multicultural Easter

Happy Easter! 復活節快樂!

We celebrated Easter Sunday at New Life Bilingual Church, a Southern Baptist church plant here in Kaohsiung. It’s the church that my sisters and I have been attending this year. We love the pastor and the people. The preaching is great, the music is encouraging, and the fellowship is rich. This year, Easter was extra-special for my sisters and me because our mom is here visiting for two weeks, so we were together for Easter Sunday. Continue reading “A Multicultural Easter”

A Lyrical Retelling

What?  You’ve never heard of Andrew Peterson?  Well, it’s time I remedy that.

Andrew Peterson is my favorite musician for many reasons, not least of which is his Christmas album entitled Behold the Lamb of God.  In the following short interview, Peterson describes his album as “a lyrical retelling of the coming of Jesus into the world,” and that it is.  Listen to what Andrew Peterson has to say about his Behold the Lamb album and tour:

I was introduced to Andrew Peterson’s music early in college, and as soon as I heard the first song, I was hooked.  Peterson is a storyteller, a poet, and a theologian.  His songs are rich with meaning and biblical truth.   Continue reading “A Lyrical Retelling”

AP’s Reply

Just remembering the time that my favorite musician, Andrew Peterson, responded to what I wrote about his song, “The Reckoning.”  See the highlighted comment.  (I was a giddy schoolgirl when I saw what he wrote…I mean, he’s a master of words, so he couldn’t have given me a higher compliment!  Yes, Andrew, you could have said it better yourself.)  Good times.  Great song. Continue reading AP’s Reply