Category Archives: Inspiring Secular Music

Rats, Squirrels and Hummingbirds

Rats:  Have you ever lain awake at night listening to them scurrying about in your attic? Sadly, we used to occasionally endure this sleep depriving interruption. At the time, we used rat poison and traps in the attic to address … Continue reading

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Rain, wind, hail, & heat

It has been a strange week for weather in San Antonio. A tropical system brought in moisture from the Gulf of Mexico. In addition, gale force winds knocked down trees and power lines throughout the city. We even ended up … Continue reading

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Celebrating Celebrate

I haven’t attended worship in a church for several years. Coker used to have a contemporary service called Celebrate that met at 11 AM each Sunday. Certainly, contemporary services are my preferred style. Celebrate began as a grassroots alternative to the … Continue reading

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