Rethink Mission is about inspiring gospel-centered missional churches. We are committed to doing that in three ways:
1. Blogging on the intersection of the gospel, the church, and culture.
2. Interviewing church leaders to provide a resource library on how other leaders do ministry in an ever changing culture.
3. Providing coaching and teaching for pastors and church planters.
My reviews will fit into the blogging part of that. Today, you can check out my review of Derek Webb's Black Eye Tour. Some friends and I made the trip down to Louisville on September 17 to check out the first date of the tour and thoroughly enjoyed ourselves.
Here's the conclusion to my review:
Overall, I came away very satisfied with my decision to make the two-hour drive to Louisville for the show. Derek’s music is entertaining and challenging. So are his words, which are intended to spur actions, as is his inclusion of people from Blood-Water Mission on the tour, as they try to raise money to provide clean water to people in Africa. For all the controversy surrounding this man and his new album, the bottom line is this: he makes interesting music and knows how to entertain while at the same time maintaining a social conscience. I’m not a Webb fan-boy who thinks Stockholm Syndrome is the greatest album of all-time, but I enjoyed it, and I definitely enjoyed the live show to support it.
You can read the whole review at Rethink Mission.