Category Archives: video
Here’s a piece meditating on love. I enjoyed the contrast between the ways people typically think of waiting for romantic love and the need to receive the love of God offered in the gospel. Nice rhyme play throughout. I pray it encourages you!
This young man has remarkable insight into the deceptiveness and callousness of the human heart. Let it search you today!
Today’s piece interprets the Lord Jesus’ encounter with the Samaritan woman at the well in John 4. The poetry is from Student Life Creative (I couldn’t find the young woman’s name) and the cinematography is by Reidland Tucker. It’s a thoughtful and moving rendition and both the well and living water themes get modernized beautifully. Enjoy!
Today’s piece celebrates a great and precious truth: the predestination of God’s elect. Fixed Eyes (@_WilliamsWay_) takes us from Genesis to John 6 in celebration of God’s sovereign love and redemption. Enjoy!
I think this piece has ministered to me and challenged me more than any other spoken word piece I’ve every heard. It brings fresh challenge and opportunity now that we’re on the verge of moving back stateside and starting a new chapter of life. Brothers, let us take this to heart!
Jonathan Edwards once wrote about the “admirable conjunction of diverse excellencies” that exist in Christ. I’ve always loved that phrase. It so well captures how Christ holds together in reconciled perfection many things that we difficult to hold together. This spoken word piece from Omri meditates on our Lord’s “Wonderful Complexity.”
It’s complex, but it’s beautiful.
I never thought I’d hear a Christian say, “Thank God for evolution.” But Micah Bournes puts insights and twists into the sentence. Check it out:
This one was made for our day and age!
This is my introduction to Clayton Jennings. A great meditation on coming of age, lessons from moms, not wasting life and real significance. Check this one out:
So, my man, Propaganda, turned me on to the poetry of Ms. Danielle Bennett (@missdbennett). I figured he was in part trying to rep the west coast a little bit, but I also figured he wouldn’t suggest anyone that was pretending. I finally got around to hearing Ms. Bennett and immediately appreciated her gift with words. There are spoken word artists who are more forceful or more intense. But this piece left me thinking there’s no artist more “colorful.” This is a perfect poem for a “blue Monday.” I hope it adds the color of happiness to your life!