Come 2015, everyone inspired by gospel and worship music may very well be heading to the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture (NMAAHC).
Priceless songs and ephemera from the Golden Age of Gospel will be featured at the museum, thanks to the Smithsonian’s collaboration with Baylor University’s Black Gospel Music Restoration Project. Under the leadership of Prof. Bob Darden, a former Billboard gospel editor, the project has been acquiring, preserving, and cataloging music in various tape formats produced between the 1940s and 1980s. Continue reading Museums and Musicians Continue to Honor and Revitalize Worship Music
advent of new technology has made several things easier and faster. However, with technological advancements comes the challenge of adapting to changes. An article posted on ChristianityToday.com
discusses how the world of Christian writing is not spared as Christian authors and publishers have faced opposition to their works that were published on eBooks:
…Colorado literary agent Rachelle Gardner warned in a blog that if Christian authors fail to mention their books’ faith-based content, they are in danger of receiving nasty reviews. “The star ratings on [sites such as] Amazon and Goodreads do influence how people look at the book,” she said. Continue reading Adapting to Change: Christian Authors and the Challenges of Technology