Lo Alaman is a spoken word poet, writer, preacher, and all-around faithful man of God who has become a great friend to all of us in the New Room Network. Lo’s day job is as Director of Community Life at The Harvest Church in The Woodlands, Texas, but his passion and gift is bringing words to life (you need to watch his wedding poem on YouTube … its glorious). His most recent creative work is on the subject of lament, and he shares with us the inspiration behind this project, and more on the intersection of art and holiness.
David said, “I give myself to prayer” (Psalm 109:4). Literally the original Hebrew reads, “I prayer.” Don’t you love that? Three thousand years and the Bible is still so culturally relevant. Before the iPhone or the iPad or the iPod, there was iPrayer.Read More
RT @WCAPod: Hear @CarolynCMoore's talk at the WCA Global Gathering and an interview with her on the new episode of Holy Conversations. http…Read More
In my next career, I'm going to coach receptionists on how to talk to people ... you know, like they are people.Read More