Non-denominational Christian

We Become Not War

Mark Dvorak
Mark Dvorak

Mark Dvorak, in addition to his livelihood as a singer/songwriter, is a frequent teacher at the Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago. With beautiful, soothing vocals, talented guitar or banjo fingers, and great songwriting, Mark will inspire and enchant you with his music.

Past/current religious/spiritual influences:

Non-denominational Christian, Non-affiliated, Joseph Campbell

Everything You Need

Tonia Hughes
Tonia Hughes

Tonia Hughes brings us music of and for the soul, taking us through a journey of faith and fruits in the face of true hardships, like the early death of her husband. Raised in St Louis, for the past 20 years Tonia has been blessing the Twin Cities with her music. You can find her Gospel, Blues, Jazz, R&B, Rock and Worship music on CDBaby.com.

Past/current religious/spiritual influences:

We're All In Heaven

Sarah Vos
Sarah Vos

Sarah Vos is a founder and lead vocalist of Dead Horses. With poise, depth, and beauty, she and the band take listeners on a sensuous and soulful glide through layers of experience and meaning. With language that is evocative and comforting, Sarah welcomes you into a piece of heaven. They'll be appearing at the Great River Folk Festival in LaCrosse, WI, August 27, 2016.

Pro-Voice: Truce in the Abortion Wars

Aspen Baker
Aspen Baker

For decades there has been a political war about abortion where the only acceptable answers were pro-choice or pro-life. Aspen Baker, founder of Exhale & author of Pro-Voice: How to Keep Listening When The World Wants a Fight, has been advocating for empathic listening to women who've had abortions as a new path to peace in the abortion wars.

Freedom Dance & Slick Savage Love

Kevin Slick
Kevin Slick

Kevin Slick has Pennsylvanian roots, New York growth, and a Coloradan canopy. Sure, since he was 5, that music was where he was going, Kevin has been inspired by folks like Pete Seeger and the Beatles to find the soul of music. He has performed solo and with bands like Steel Pennies, Neo Pseudo, and The Amen Trio, and he's done many musical genres, including instrumental film scores, AND he wrote a song called Dancing Naked in God's Navel. There is much here to marvel at and glory in and move to.

Workers vs Owners: Shafted

Stephen Ivancic
Stephen Ivancic

In Incident at the Bruce Mine Shaft, Stephen Ivancic uses historical fiction to highlight the real life issues around workers, unions, and opportunistic capitalists. Set in the iron mines of Northern Minnesota in the 1920s and focusing on the Finnish workers, some communist, some not, Stephen helps us to understand the dynamics of individualism, community, and power.

Orphanages Without Walls - in Haiti

Jean Alix Lusma
Jean Alix Lusma

Jean Alix Lusma grew up in a village near Les Cayes, Haiti. Pioneering the practice of keeping orphans in the community, instead of in an institution, Jean is working to heal people and uplift communities in Haiti through an organization, L.O.G.I.C (Let Orphans Grow In their Communities) of Christian Mission South Haiti. Jean studied at the College of the Scriptures in Louisville, Kentucky.

Open Heart, Open Hand & Open Tunings - David Wilcox's Song of the Soul

David Wilcox
David Wilcox playing guitar in a recording studio

David Wilcox is a musician, a poet, and a spiritual seeker. As he says, "Music is sacred ground and it shouldn't be reduced to that kind of simplified demographic target-marketing." This is music aimed at the heights & depths, no skimming the surface, so be ready for a ride! Along the way, David lived in Hanger Hall, founded by Howard Hanger.

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