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Singer / Songwriter / Storyteller

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S1:E16 – The Conquering Power of Mercy

4/22/2019
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Today, and Old Testament story from Elisha the Prophet got me thinking about the strangeness of Easter and last week's mercifully baffling story of Jesus walking to the cross. I'll also share a new single called "Meet Me Here" that I recorded and released this Easter. The post S1:E16 – The Conquering Power of Mercy appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:18:09

S1:E15 – Quieting The Magic Words – Listening For The Tune

4/8/2019
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I talk to myself when I'm alone (and I bet you do too)! I'm a verbal processor, and this week I'm sharing an imagined conversation about "Magic Words" and learning to live in the story God is telling. The post S1:E15 – Quieting The Magic Words – Listening For The Tune appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:16:47

S1:E14 – Listen to the Birdsong

4/1/2019
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I sing like a bird about birds singing on this week's episode. I'll tell the story behind an original song called "Come True" and share an live-in-studio recording. The song is from the album "Beautiful Secret Life (Bonus Songs)", available on my website (www.matthewclark.net) and all online platforms. The post S1:E14 – Listen to the Birdsong appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:14:31

S1:E13 – Christa Wells, “Imagination: Seeing the Far Side of the Mountain”, Pt. 2

3/26/2019
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Here's the second half of Christa Wells' talk on Imagination from Cofferstowe 2016. Visit www.cofferstowe.com to learn more and register for Cofferstowe 2019 this June 14-17 in Cincinnati, OH! The post S1:E13 – Christa Wells, “Imagination: Seeing the Far Side of the Mountain”, Pt. 2 appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:27:26

S1:E12 – Christa Wells, “Imagination: Seeing the Far Side of the Mountain”, Pt. 1

3/18/2019
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Singer/Songwriter Christa Wells is featured this week sharing part one of a talk she gave at Cofferstowe 2016 called, "Imagination: Seeing the Far Side of the Mountain". Cofferstowe 2019 is coming this June. Visit cofferstowe.com for more information and to register. The post S1:E12 – Christa Wells, “Imagination: Seeing the Far Side of the Mountain”, Pt. 1 appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:26:27

S1:E11 – Joyful obedience? What am I missing?

3/12/2019
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This week my brother Sam suggested I write about joy and obedience - a word-pairing that seemed strange me for a long time, and registration is open for the Cofferstowe Art & Faith retreat at cofferstowe.com! The post S1:E11 – Joyful obedience? What am I missing? appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:14:53

S1:E10 – A Smoldering Wick

3/4/2019
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This week, on Episode 10, I'll share about a hard and normal part of everyone's life and creative process, hopefully light a little votive candle in some way, and close with a poem about remembering that we're not alone. The post S1:E10 – A Smoldering Wick appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:12:49

S1:E9 – Etymology Episode: “diabolical”

2/25/2019
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Episode 9 is my first "Etymology Episode"! This week, I'll talk about being a sixth grader, we'll look at the word "diabolical" and its surprising opposite, and, as a closing prayer, I'll share a draft of a poem I'm working on. The post S1:E9 – Etymology Episode: “diabolical” appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:16:49

S1:E8 – What IS a Cofferstowe anyway?

2/18/2019
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So what IS a Cofferstowe anyway? So glad you asked... this week's episode features an essay about the heart behind this "Creative Kingdom" retreat coming up this June, and closes with a few words from one of our featured speakers Lanier Ivester. The post S1:E8 – What IS a Cofferstowe anyway? appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:16:59

S1:E7 – Homesick at Home

2/11/2019
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In Episode 7, writer, poet, and fellow G.K. Chesterton nerd Amelia Friedline shares an essay on the holy ache of homesickness, and I'll close by reading a couple of Amelia's poems as a benediction. As always, visit the podcast website (matthewclark.net/onethousandwords) for the essay text, to comment, and for links to more info. The post S1:E7 – Homesick at Home appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:15:27

S1:E6 – An Abandoned Piano

2/4/2019
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On Episode 6, I'll recount a conversation from a hotel shuttle that took place just before I arrived at Bruce Herman, Malcolm Guite, and JAC Redford's "Ordinary Saints" exhibit at Laity Lodge, and we'll hear Malcolm Guite share a snippet of poetry to close. The post S1:E6 – An Abandoned Piano appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:15:09

S1:E5 – The Shy Deer and The Fence

1/28/2019
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Here, in the fifth episode, I'll share an essay about learning to see and we'll hear a George Macdonald quote. The post S1:E5 – The Shy Deer and The Fence appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:14:43

S1:E4 – The Speeding River Of Light

1/23/2019
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This week, special guest Rachel Mosley shares the story of her Grandmother's passing, we'll hear original music from The Mosleys, and close with Jane Kenyon's poem "Let Evening Come". The post S1:E4 – The Speeding River Of Light appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:15:54

S1:E3 – Come Thou Fount

1/14/2019
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This week we'll walk through the old hymn "Come, Thou Fount", explore the etymology of "inoculate", and end with a live in-studio recording. For more, visit: www.matthewclark.net/onethousandwords The post S1:E3 – Come Thou Fount appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:18:31

S1:E2 – Fifty-Four Frogs

1/6/2019
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The post S1:E2 – Fifty-Four Frogs appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:16:47

S1:E1 – Stories On The Way

12/31/2018
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The post S1:E1 – Stories On The Way appeared first on Matthew Clark.

Duration:00:15:01