Our world is increasingly complex, fast-paced, and divided. How are people of faith bringing their best selves to the world each day? How are we leading, growing, and being as people of God? ~ing Podcast is a place to share insights and stories from individuals creatively engaging the present and mo… read more
Today's episode is a musical journey, exploring the music of The Walking Roots Band! ~ing producer Ben Wideman is joined again by Greg Yoder and Seth Crissman, who joined us several weeks ago when we discussed The Soil and the Seed Project on Season 2's Episode 10, "Creating." This time they are back to discuss their ongoing music project, The Walking Roots Band, an acoustic, Americana, folksy, blue-ish-grassy, roots music group based in Harrisonburg, Virginia. We'll explore themes around theology, church, community, and music.
This episode is brought to you in part by support from The Soil and The Seed Project. The Soil and The Seed Project creates original music, artwork, and “Little Liturgies” that follow the liturgical calendar. This free faith-formation resource offers new ways to establish daily and weekly rhythms of faith. Their latest collection, Vol. 3 // Ordinary Time, is live and available for streaming on all streaming platforms. Request a physical copy of the project or download a digital copy for free at thesoilandtheseedproject.org .
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