If you wish to have a CD reviewed, or if you have general comments, you can get in touch with me at my gmail address, which is newsogofan@… [fill in the rest].
i registered with rapidshare, but it still wont let me upload your video! It goes to the upload screen but then nothing will load….any ideas for me ? )
Don’t you mean download? I e-mailed it to you and all you have to do is click “download.” You don’t have to register and get an account.
yankeegospelgirl.. so glad you were part of Michael Booth’s live online event last night.. you wanted to do some things with the material.. can we chat? I am all for it but it would be best to chat first.. email me at email@example.com and we can work out a time to talk..
Your blog is a Blessing.. and you are in College?? hmmm which breaks all the rules you know.. you are not suppossed to like Southern Gospel Music.. would love to hear how that came about..
Hi Steve! I can e-mail you, sure. I already e-mailed Jen to see if I could get access to the full archived webinar. I recorded some clips but not the full thing. All I had in mind was transcribing some bits and pieces, because I feel like the full impact of Michael’s words would be lost in paraphrase.
Hey Girl ( although you’re probably a woman). In any case, I thought your suggestion that the pretty women in “High Road” find some nice guys was someone offensive. They are developing a professional career as I assume you will want to do. If you find a suitable partner great but that won’t define you. And you’re hearing this from an old guy who found a great mate 42 years ago.
Norm, thanks for the comment. I believe you may have misunderstood me. I say that for any sweet, nice-looking young girls (or guys) that I see. They are indeed professionals at what they do, but if you asked them I believe you’d find that they wouldn’t mind marrying some good godly guys. For all we know, they may even be dating. As we have seen elsewhere in gospel music, marriage and a career need not be mutually exclusive. (Both the older Collingsworth girls are married, for example.) However, a marriage could in the long run mean that a woman decides she needs to focus on raising a family over and above her career. For that matter, men have made that decision as well (witness the most recent changes in Mark Trammell Quartet and Gold City). Yet that can be just as rewarding and defining as a career.
So, to sum up, my comment was not meant to be offensive at all. It was in fact the very best I could wish for those three young ladies.
Oh, and incidentally I will of course consider a career path if that is where God leads me, but honestly I am hoping to marry and raise a family instead.
Is there a way to send you an email without it becoming public as I do with some other bloggers?
You may use the e-mail I’ve provided. But I can’t promise an extended correspondence… just too busy.
We would appreciate it if you would post this info on your blog site.
Plainsmen Quartet History and Discography Released
After a year and half of research and countless interviews with friends, family, and former members of the Plainsmen Quartet, Ernie Couch and Jason Couch, of Nashville-based Ernie Couch & Revival, have up-loaded their in depth history and discography of the group on the internet. The project was undertaken to preserve the heritage of one of the great quartets of the last half of the twentieth century. Both Ernie and Jason worked with the Plainsmen in the 1980s, and hope this lengthy endeavor will help keep this segment of southern gospel music history alive in the minds of future generations. If you are a fan of the Plainsmen, or just a fan of traditional quartet music, you will want to check out the link at…http://www.erniecouchandrevival.com/plainsmen.shtml
LOVE what your doing here…..an amazing insight to what is Southern Gospel…Sharing the WORD!
Thank you Randall! I appreciate your readership and encouragement.
YGG, I want to compliment you on your sensitivity to the emotional needs of a fan on the Booth Brothers’ concert webinar tonight. You obviously read her correctly and she seemed to appreciate the touch you gave . This was doubly impressive because of your young age and the difficulty (for me anyway) of reading all those comments throughout while enjoying the music. (I could not figure out how to email you personally, do not like posting publically but felt you should be commended. Your parents would be pleased.)
You’re too kind. Thank you. My contact e-mail is actually there, you just have to decipher part of it because I didn’t write it out in full to avoid bots. Just take the newsogofan part, then add @gmail.com. Thanks again for commenting. I could tell she was battling various things and needed some assurance. I’m very thankful she had the opportunity to watch the Booth Brothers and be uplifted by their music, and that I contributed in some small way to that experience.
Just thought you might be interested in a story about Poet Voices Relaunch. If you are interested Phil Cross and I are interested in you doing a contest. i.e. free seats to your readers
Here is what Paul Heil is using;
Poet Voice Inaugural Online Concert for relaunch
This is the online component of the Feb 17th and Feb 18th 2012 Poet Voices Concert. This is the Inaugural Concert for relaunch of the group. To register for the Feb 17th concert go to http://www.theasgm.org/event/25 for the Feb 18th Concert go to http://www.theasgm.org/event/256
The actual concert will be held in a Church in Atlanta, and it will be broadcast live over the internet. Both the live in person concert and the online concert will begin at 6 PM. The online concert will also include a time of question and answer with Phil Cross and the other two group members after the concert is completed.
This is a must see event. We have all loved the Poet Voices for years, and we love their songs. This event will be the relaunch of the Poet Voices and will include the Poet Voices hits of days gone by. You will not want to miss this one time opportunity to see and hear the relaunch of Poet Voices.
Hey Steve. Send me an e-mail with more details about what that would involve.
Aaron & his wife Amanda have a worship ministry and he sings with Canton Junction as well as leads worship at John Hagee’s church .Adam had the group Crabb Revival and now that they’ve disbanded he has a solo ministry
AAAAAAH, I think I mixed them up again. Thanks, I’ll fix it.
I want to say how nice it is to visit your website. I am loving this website and I look forward to seeing more. I have a blog that you can check out and you can check it out. I am going to add you to my blogroll. May God bless you and I hope you have such a blessed day.
That’s very kind of you, Derrick! Thank you for following me. You have a blessed day too.
Hi, I really like reading some of the posts you have, but I have one question. I got an email from your blog and you had an article about Heroes and mainly The movie “The Dark Night Rises” Did you take this down? If so why? It was a good article.
I’m so sorry Darren, that was a goof on my part. That’s actually a post that I’ve had sitting in drafts for a long time, and I was going back to work on it today as a possible guest post for a different website. I accidentally hit “Publish” when I was working on it. I didn’t think of subscribers who would be confused by my unpublishing, so I’m sorry about that!
In fact, I finished it in Word, so heck, I’ll just e-mail you what I’ve got so far. I don’t know for sure if it will be published elsewhere or not. It’s mostly done, might need a little tweaking.
I enjoy your posts. My request is perhaps you might give us a picture of yourself. It is always nice to see who you are talking to. You sound like you have a great plan for your life. I know God will bless you as long as you keep your eyes on him and not man. Good luck to you and may God Bless You.
Your friend in Christ,
Thanks Don, I appreciate the readership. But didn’t I already decline that request on my “About” page? Unless I’m mistaken, that was also you commenting under another handle. Check that page to confirm.
Don’t have another handle. I have enough trouble trying to remember this one.. I Just thought it might be nice to see who we are talking to. Now, I don’t think you are bashful,but I suspect you are a very pretty smart lady. Anyway, it was a thought.
Well that’s a puzzle to me, because the e-mail address said “Don Pippin,” even though the handle was 001gizmo. Definitely you unless somebody was impersonating you (and I can’t imagine why anyone would do that) so I think you’re just forgetting.
Anyway, I’m flattered, but like I said before, it’s just a privacy thing. It’s the same reason I don’t go around telling people who I am, unless they’re artists or people in the business whom I trust not to reveal my info.
You know what? I can’t believe I forgot that 001gizmo stuff. I apologize for my short term memory loss. I am suffering from “Longevity” I will try not to repeat myself again. Thanks for understanding.
Here’s another review of the book from Pyro from a friend of mine I trust.
Hi Mike, I skimmed the review and liked it. I was glad to see him press a little harder on chapter one. However, there’s a totally different issue which is that he’s a Calvinist… and as an Arminian I found myself smiling at “the myth of free will” bit towards the end. But I’m actually pretty laid back about that kind of thing, so I don’t mind.
All your favorite preachers/bloggers are Calvinists.
I won’t apologize; it was predestined.
I’m often found bemoaning the lack of really good, prominent Arminian theologians at the forefront of the culture wars these days. But I’ll take what/who I can get.
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