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Current Issue---Apr 2000
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Publisher's notes --- Apr 2000
Spring has a way of refreshing our souls after the cold and dark
of winter begins to lift, even in Southern California! This issue
of Next-Wave has an artistic, and to my way of thinking, a
refreshing bent to it. This will probably sound trite, but with
the celebration of the resurrection just around the corner, God's
artistry is worth contemplating...
Cathy Townley's musings on Art
and Worship in the 21st Century certainly set the tone. Then David
Hopkins' and Melissa Cassidy's photo essay on Christian body art,
Marked by God, continues the theme.
Jeffrey Quinn submits his photo
essay on Christianity in post-modern times entitled "No
Limits". Len Hjalmarson continues his fine contributions to
our pages with his article on building relationships in small
Andrew Careaga examines the
digital medium as an expression of Holy Scripture in Holy
Hypertext! Jacob Birch looks at the discrepancy between Canadian
church's podiums and their pulpits as exposed in Dr. Leonard
Sweet's books SoulTsunami and Aquachurch.
Kim Gentes, president of
Worshipmusic.com, reviews Scott Brenner's intimate CD, Draw Near
I hope you enjoy this issue as much as I did.