Facebook Lives Vol. 2
12 live songs from Har Adonai. Now available on Bandcamp.
It’s lonely being an artist. And we’re all artists. How do we get through the loneliness? How do we bring people in to see the beauty? How do we just have fun? Why you need to never stop beating your drum. Why the world needs your art. How to find the value you have to […]Read More
We’ve got a problem. If you love Israel, you probably know that Israel gets most of its support from the West. From evangelical Christians. And you may also now that that support is dwindling. Due to a turnover of the generations. The millennial generation is the new generation of adults. And they don’t share the […]Read More
On a cool late summer evening a few weeks ago in the Northern Galilee, as the sun dawned on the first international indie music festival in Israel, I met up with my childhood friends Yoni and Josiah Wolf (from the indie rap band WHY?) in a hotel room to have a long chat about faith, […]Read More
For years I struggled in life. I was torn. I was drawn to one culture, but I was a part of another culture. A childhood in suburban America gave me a deep love for the beauty found in independent rock music, in skateboarding, and in the modern Western mythology found in films, art, and comic […]Read More
In the summer of 2015, I was on a family vacation to England. At some point, I was sitting in a cafe with my laptop. I opened up Spotity to listen to music. There was a recommendation to check out the album “Borderland” by John Mark McMillan. I decided to check it out. At first, […]Read More
Fatherhood is a strange thing. I am a father. I also have a father. Plus, I have a Heavenly Father, and a handful of other people who have been like fathers to me in life. Have I treated them well? I remember being angry at most of them. But if I’m angry at all those […]Read More