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Brazos Press A Story of Rhythm and Grace: What the Church Can Learn from Rock & Roll about Healing the Racial Divide

Before becoming a pastor, Jimi Calhoun played bass for major recording acts and performed on stage with prominent artists such as Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon, and Elton John. In A Story of Rhythm and Grace, Calhoun combines colorful illustrations from the world of rock-n-roll with stories from his pastoral life to demonstrate how he has succeeded as a bridge builder between cultures. Reflecting on how he has often found more racial harmony on the stage and in the recording studio than in the pews Jimi shows what religion can learn from the world of rock.
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Date:April 9, 2009
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Jane Weaver
A riveting account of Jimi's life experience in rock 'n roll and then as a Christian pastor and how rock 'n roll embraced him as a black man more successfully than did the church.
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