Category Archives: Sojourn

>The Mercy Seat & The War, Preview Video

> Preview For The Mercy Seat-The War Split EP from Sojourn Community Church on Vimeo. If you liked my review, You’re going to like this video even more. Advertisements

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>The Mercy Seat and The War, full review

>The first time I saw Jamie Barnes and Brooks Ritter perform together was in April of 2008. Stars of the Lid was playing at the 930 Listening Room, and I went mostly on reputation. It was a sparsely attended show, … Continue reading

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>Barnes Ritter Split EP

>My good friends Brooks Ritter and Jamie Barnes have a split ep coming out in a few weeks. I was lucky enough to get my hands on an advanced copy and in a word: it’s amazing. I’ve been waiting a … Continue reading

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>Revelation is an amazing book. Unfortunately, most evangelicals either abuse it with preposterous interpretations or completely ignore it in fear of being like those other guys. This is really a shame because Revelation is a bookend for the entire canon, … Continue reading

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>Some familiar faces are over at Lang Thomas Photography. Lang had his work cut out for him, but I think he did a killer job. I sorely missed not being in state for Sojourn’s Ash Wednesday service, but thankfully it … Continue reading

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>Sojournings: Reflections on Communion

> Exodus 24:9-11 9 Then Moses and Aaron, Nadab, and Abihu, and seventy of the elders of Israel went up, 10 and they saw the God of Israel. There was under his feet as it were a pavement of sapphire … Continue reading

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>Mini-documentary on the 930

> Sojourn Community Church from The Austin Stone on Vimeo. Some kids from Austin threw together this little documentary/video tour of The 930.  Great introduction to what we’re all about at Sojourn and how we view our city and our facility.  

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