Dina Day and Jonathan Huguenin of Faith Comes By Hearing join us today to share some updates on the ministry, including data on Bible translation and staff growth as well as information about new technologies that the ministry is employing in their ongoing effort to take the gospel to unreached people groups.
Today, Jim Williams is joined by author and musician Brian Nixon as well as engineer and musician Stefan Merkel. Stefan is the owner of Selah Music studios based in Albuquerque.
Together, Brian and Stefan have created a New Mexico Music Awards Finalist Composition for best Jazz Composition called Bolero de Burque and are currently working on a new experimental music project called White Flowers.
Jim discusses these projects with Brian and Stefan and they play a few brief clips from Bolero de Burque.
They give details about the musical process behind both of these collaborative albums, advice for Christian creatives, and the ways in which they each respectively hone their artistic crafts. Stefan also shares some information about Selah Music Studios.
Brian Nixon, Joseph Holden, and Stephen Collins of Veritas University join us to discuss higher Christian learning and some upcoming classes and events (including a symposium on Biblical Archaeology) that Veritas is offering.
Alex Schroeder of Desert Springs Church joins us to discuss an upcoming conference taking place at the church that will feature presentations on Theology and New Testament Scholarship.
Visit the website of Desert Springs at Desert Springs Church | Albuquerque, New Mexico (dscabq.com)
Karen Lafferty is a musician and musical director working with the Santa Fe chapter of YWAM (Youth With A Mission)- an organization training young people to minister the gospel to their peers. She joins us to discuss an upcoming YWAM music event.
Paul Gessing of the Rio Grande Foundation joins us to discuss local political issues, including the New Mexico Governor’s recent attempt to suspend Second Amendment rights in the state, as well as conservative speaker Matt Walsh’s visit to New Mexico State University.