As is sometimes the case with the role of church pastors and chaplains,we are invited/requested/expected to preside at funeral services for people who have died, people we barely know, people who are beloved by others.
Music is such an integral part of my personality, I dare say I can’t imagine going without it for an extended period of time. Even in environments that lack immediate access, there is always a song, in part or in whole, in my non-literal “inner ear.”
While it is true that “metal” commands a large (the largest?) part of my repertoire (hence its inclusion in the name of the blog), there is a wide array of aural delights in my library. Some were my own discoveries, but many others are there because of a recommendation by a friend, acquaintance, coworker or family member. Continue reading
I suppose with such a title, vocationally this would be an amazing opportunity to bring gospel/sermon/reflection/Scripture/kingdom skills to the fore. Sorry to disappoint, if that was your expectation, this time. This is a narrative about me and some of my stuff, and the inability to make rational, logical decisions.