Thursday, April 2, 2009

Take a Time Out

Looking for a break from stress and strain? Take a Time Out, a Time Out with Dan at Necessary Roughness. Dan is a long-time Lutheran Blogger who’s been producing his own Biblical refreshment in the form of eight to ten minute long recordings that consist of a reading from the Bible, the Book of Concord, or a historical Church Father, plus Christian hymns.

Dan’s latest Time Out consists of a reading of Hebrews 9:11-28 and the hymn “Jesus, Grant That Balm and Healing,” with Dan on the vocals and accompanist Deaconess Sara Lemon of Redeemer Lutheran Church in Oakmont, PA on the pipe organ. Time Outs are a great way to relax and meditate on God’s Word both spoken and sung. If you’re in the mood, you can request your favorite verse or hymn, and also contribute music or voice.

You can find Time Outs on Dan’s website, Necessary Roughness, and also on iTunes. You can subscribe for free on iTunes – do a search for “Dan at Necessary Roughness” and it’ll come right up. Time Outs are now migrating to radio as well, since they’ll be appearing on Pirate Christian Radio. Take a Time Out – you’ll be glad you did.


Dan @ Necessary Roughness said...

Scott, thanks a lot for the bump. I enjoy doing it.

Dan @ Necessary Roughness said...

Hey Scott,

"Jesus, Grant that Balm and Healing" returns today at noon Eastern, featuring a prelude by Kantor Nathan Beethe and hopefully better vocals!

In the podcast version, Kretzmann's Commentary on Exodus is quite good, too. I hope you enjoy them.

Scott Diekmann said...

Thanks Dan. That was great.