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Breaking Old Rhythms

by Amena Brown

Spoken Word Poems included in Amena's non-fiction book Breaking Old Rhythms: Answering the Call of a Creative God
Genre: Spoken Word: Poetry
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1. Intro
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2. Key of G
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3. Inconvenient Savior
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4. Lessons Learned
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5. Dance With Him
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6. House Full of Women
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7. Dear Grandma Sudie
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8. Baggage Check
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9. John 1
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10. Betting It All
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11. Beautiful
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Album Notes
By rhythm we dance, sing, clap, walk and breathe. Beyond the blessing is the Giver of Rhythm, who sometimes calls us past the patterns and habits we have established for ourselves into new understanding, new risk, new faith, hope and love.

In those moments we have to decide where to place our trust: in God or in our precious rhythms. Spoken word poet Amena Brown has made rhythm her life’s work. In Breaking Old Rhythms she explores how we discover by rhythm, limitations, potential, and the ways we limit God’s work in our lives. Read this book, listen to this CD, and be reminded, and encouraged, that while God has rhythm, God is love, and God’s love carries us beyond our rhythms into a fuller, more fulfilling life.


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