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5 Years of Slugs & Bugs LIVE!


Amazingly, next month marks the 5 year anniversary of the official launch of Slugs & Bugs Family Music. It began on a warm April Saturday, when an awesome crowd of MOPS moms gathered with their kiddos at Grace Community Chapel in St. 353 more words

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A Post for Humans

During the busy tour season, the Slugs & Bugs schedule never stops. I travel out and play concerts on the weekend, fly home midday on Monday and jump into booking and blogging and posting and writing and practicing and homework help and ukelele lessons and business strategy and the rest of everything but rest until I leave again on Friday. 388 more words

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You Are the Christ (Mark 8:27-29, 31-35)

“You Are the Christ” was really fun to write. Eight verses is a lot for one song, but by drawing from a few different translations (including the NIV and The Message), eventually the words fell over the chord changes with enough symmetry to build a song around. 532 more words

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Love One Another: Valentine Jam!

Last month, my daughter and I drove to Franklin, TN to play a concert for a homeschool group called Shanan. We had the best time, and in our post-show conversations we hatched the idea for this video. 129 more words

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The Old Testament Video Challenge

Last week, we posted our Old Testament Video on the Slugs & Bugs facebook page, and it was a hit! This week, I thought it would be fun to post here (with the original ending) and see how quickly the Slugs & Bugs neighborhood could identify all the Old Testament references. 99 more words

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Sing the Bible Volume 2 (needs you!)

Ever since we released Sing the Bible with Slugs & Bugs, folks have been asking about a “Volume Two.” On that note, I’m happy to say I’ve been writing new scripture songs for many months, and now would be a wonderful time to hear Bible verse suggestions from you and your family. 108 more words

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Tractor, Tractor by Slugs And Bugs

Grandson and I sang along to this tonight.
He always wants to discuss the implausibility of the alternate renditions in the second half.
And then we enjoyed Bears three or four times.

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