May 18, 2016
Moda Spira What You Need Music Video: https://youtu.be/2KAdQyN8gUM
On this episode of Voices In My Head I had the privilege of sitting down for a conversation with a truly awesome lady, Latifah Phillips.
Latifah Phillips, aka Moda Spira, has a long resume that includes time as a solo artist and work with Page CXVI, a band that reinterprets traditional hymns, the indie rock band Autumn Film and Sola-Mi, an experimental trio. She has produced albums for indie artists, including A Boy & His Kite, helping them place “Cover Your Tracks” on the soundtrack for Twilight: Breaking Dawn, Part II. Her songs have been featured on One Tree Hill, The Gates, Lifetime Films and the film The House at the End of the Street. She’s also composed incidental music for MTV and E! Moda Spira is her return to solo performing. She plans to support the album with selected dates, both alone and with multi-media pop up shows, featuring video, dancers, live painting and other surprises.
“Moda Spira is my first solo venture in ten years,” Phillips says. “The songs are all dear to me, so I gave myself permission to be vulnerable. If you’re feeling down and lost, this record will let you know that you’re not alone and help you to keep moving forward.”
April 24, 2016
Historically, The Lord's Supper has been viewed as the sustaining meal of the believer. John Wesley was innovative and his belief that the Eucharist was also an opportunity to invite people to conversion? Drawing up on historical context while looking at our modern-day setting, this workshop will examine the Lord supper and how it is an invitation to the kingdom of God.
March 17, 2016
St. Patrick's Day (March 17th) is the release date for the latest album by Rick Lee James titled Hymns, Prayers and Invitations.
Welcome to the Hymns, Prayers, and Invitations St. Patrick's Day Album Release Special. On this show you can hear some of every track on Rick's new album and hear stories behind the songs.
March 14, 2016
This episode of Voices In My Head is a St. Patrick's Day special. It's message I preached on Sunday Morning March 13th, 2016 at First Church of the Nazarene in Springfield Ohio. It was my pleasure to share about the life and legacy of St. Patrick and how God used him in incredible ways to change the world. Happy St. Patrick's Day!
March 10, 2016
This week week Brandon Sipes of Nazarene Compassionate Ministries joins the show again to talk to us about his recent trip to Croatia and his work with refugees there. He also shares practical ways that we can help displaced families all over the world. An important episode with a good friend.
February 23, 2016
My guest this week on the Voices In My Head Podcast is Pastor, Author, and Mountain Climber Brian Zahnd. Brian is the Lead Pastor of Word of Life Church on St. Joseph, Missouri and has written several books including A Farewell To Mars, Beauty Will Save The World, and Unconditional. His latest book, Water To Wine: Some of My Story, tells his story of disenchantment with pop Christianity and his search for a more substantive faith. www.BrianZahnd.com
February 10, 2016
This week on Voices In My Head, Andrew Peterson drops in to talk about playing on the Grand Ole' Opry, writing novels, and his latest record, The Burning Edge of Dawn.
January 16, 2016
Brandon Sipes returns at long last to discuss the problem of fear in our culture, the refugee crisis, and how we can intentionally live as people of hope.
December 11, 2015
The latest episode of Voices In My Head is part of a special Podcast Crossover Event!
Voices In My Head is proud to be banding together with other podcasts in the crossover nexus, linked together by a single theme, which was pretty easy considering the season, CHRISTMAS!
Since it’s the Christmas season, participating members of the Crossover Nexus are recording episodes that are geeky, faith-y, and holiday season-y!
On Episode #156, 'Voices In My Head' crosses over with the 'Untold Podcast' and it's host, Nathan James Norman. Together we discuss one of the greatest crossovers of all time, When Superman met Santa in Claus in DC Comics Presents #67. We also talk about art, faith, and literature and a whole lot more on this SUPER-SIZE ANNUAL ISSUE of a Podcast.