Today, July 28th, 2012, marks the 30th anniversary of Keith Green’s death. I wasn’t even a Christian back in 1982, and had no clue who this great man of God was. When I became a Christian in 1985, I was immediately introduced to him. He had a profound impact on my life.
Back then, contemporary Christian music was in its infancy. The local Christian book store had an 8′ x 4′ section of a wall dedicated to it. There wasn’t much! Basically it was Read the rest of this entry
“It’s 1994, and Michael Stipe recently lost his religion. It’s before Bieber and bling, before ordering a latte required six qualifying adjectives. In coffeehouses across the country, bored teens slouch on thrift-store couches nodding along to the Cranberries’ “Zombie.” Weezer breaks into the alt-rock scene with the Blue Album; Green Day tops the charts with the first punk rock song to whine about a lousy therapist. In April, hordes of fans gather in Seattle Park to mourn the death of Kurt Cobain. A few months later, 350,000 people make the pilgrimage to Read the rest of this entry