A special thanks to everyone who attended our show last night at Rohs Street Cafe. I know I had a great time and I think everyone else there did too. I also got to have one of their famous lattes because let me tell you they are few and far between. Yes, I know that sounds pretentious.
Also, last week I had the opportunity to see a screening of the documentary film called The Ordinary Radicals at the Carnegie Center in Covnington, Kentucky. One of our songs is featured in the film so that was some of my incentive but I had also heard of the film and had been interested to see it anyway. It was great. It was a very thought provoking and honest portrait of progressive Christian thinkers in America told from the road with the "Jesus for President" book tour that happened earlier this summer, which I also saw when it stopped through Cincinnati. I would definately go see it if there is a screening happening in your town or try to get your mitts on a DVD copy. There is such a broad range of voices and issues that are presented throughout the film that I think everyone can glean something from it or at least be challenged in some way by the many different people living for something greater than themselves in such different ways here in America. I also talked to the directon afterwards, Jamie, and he was a great guy and the rest of the soundtrack was excellent and filled with bands and artists that I had never heard of-so it was a very pleasant evening.
Here is the trailer:
The Ordinary Radicals - Trailer from Jamie Moffett on Vimeo.
This man named Gandhi said: " Be the change you want to see in the world."
I think that is a pretty good way to live.