Signs of the Times • 28 June 2017 • No. 125
¶ Processional. “Stand By Me,” Steel Pan band at the 30th anniversary Flatbush Frolic in Brooklyn, NY.
Signs of the Times • 21 June 2017 • No. 124
¶ Processional. “We Are Not Alone,” Sharon Mennonite Bible Institute Singers.
Above: "This photograph captures a whale behaviour called ‘spy hopping’, where whales poke their head above the water to take a look around and see what’s happening above the surface.” Photograph off the coast of Queensland, Australia, by Mark Seabury, featured in National Geographic’s 2017 Travel Photograph of the Year Contest. Read more ›
Signs of the Times • 6 June 2017 • No. 122
¶ Processional. “Toss the Feathers,” The Corrs. (Thanks Ivan.)
Above: Photo of a fire coral in Great Barrier Reef, off Australia’s northeast coast, is the largest living structure on earth. Watch this National Geographic video (4:14). In 2016 the Reef suffered a serious “bleaching” event, caused by rising sea temperature, that threatens its existence. Read more ›
Signs of the Times • 23 May 2017 • No. 120
¶ Processional. “Cure Thy children’s warring madness, / Bend our pride to Thy control. / Shame our wanton selfish gladness, / Rich in things and poor in soul. / Grant us wisdom, grant us courage, / Lest we miss Thy kingdom’s goal.” —Furman Singers, "God of Grace and God of Glory," Paul T. Langston arrangement
Signs of the Times • 17 May 2017 • No. 119
[Arkansas state judge and Baptist pastor Wendell Griffen, participates in an anti-death action in outside the Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson’ mansion in Little Rock on Good Friday.
¶ Processional. “Traditional Gospel Medley,” Stellenbosch University Choir.
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