Winds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth
Rich Mullins was a once-in-a-lifetime singer/songwriter whose impact on Christian music and the church is still felt today, even twenty years after his passing. His words and music softened and inspired the most hardened hearts to believe. His was a ragged and raw faith of a pilgrim, poet, and prophet. Now more than a dozen of today’s singers, songwriters, producers, and authors gather to share never-before-heard stories and lessons that continue to influence their music and ministries today. These lessons, gleaned from Rich’s own struggles and pursuits, are combined with lyrics from unreleased Rich Mullins songs that will inspire longtime Mullins fans, new Christian music followers, and spiritual seekers trying to understand the reckless love of God.

Winds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth Details

TitleWinds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth
Author
ReleaseSep 5th, 2017
PublisherWorthy Inspired
ISBN-139781683970408
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GenreNonfiction, Christian, Christianity, Discipleship

Winds of Heaven, Stuff of Earth Review

  • Rick Lee James
    January 1, 1970
    Every fan of Rich Mullins will want to read this book. It's an honest, I really look at a man who didn't so much have peace with God, but was relentlessly pursuing God throughout his life in the midst of an incredible restlessness. Rich Mullins was not a perfect man, everyone knew he had faults, but his passion to serve the Lord seamed to know no bounds. The reflections, memories, and stories about Rich found in these pages are wonderful. Some of them truly make my heart ache to know God more. I Every fan of Rich Mullins will want to read this book. It's an honest, I really look at a man who didn't so much have peace with God, but was relentlessly pursuing God throughout his life in the midst of an incredible restlessness. Rich Mullins was not a perfect man, everyone knew he had faults, but his passion to serve the Lord seamed to know no bounds. The reflections, memories, and stories about Rich found in these pages are wonderful. Some of them truly make my heart ache to know God more. I can't recommend this book enough to people who love the music of Rich Mullins.
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  • Leslie M.
    January 1, 1970
    If you’re a fan of Rich Mullins, or even just a fan of worship music, this is a book to check out. It’s released to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Rich, a singer/songwriter who had an incredible impact on the Christian music industry. His words have inspired many.This book contains numerous stories by singers, songwriters, producers, and authors. They include Rich’s lyrics, as well as some handwritten lyrics, memories, pictures, and interviews. At it is an honest look at a man who pursued G If you’re a fan of Rich Mullins, or even just a fan of worship music, this is a book to check out. It’s released to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Rich, a singer/songwriter who had an incredible impact on the Christian music industry. His words have inspired many.This book contains numerous stories by singers, songwriters, producers, and authors. They include Rich’s lyrics, as well as some handwritten lyrics, memories, pictures, and interviews. At it is an honest look at a man who pursued God with his heart and soul. In some ways, this book is a devotional, memoir, and biography, all in one. It is a short, quick read. Some of my favorite stories were by Melissa Reagan, Mitch McVicker, Keith Bordeaux, and Mark Lee (from Third Day). I also enjoyed the Rich Mullins’ quotes included throughout the book.Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy from the publisher, but I was not required to leave a positive review.
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  • Lisa Reed
    January 1, 1970
    I can't believe it has been 20 years. I was planning to attend the concert in Wichita that Rich was traveling to when he died. This book was a beautiful tribute, with some new insights into who he was. Mostly, I appreciated the Rich Mullins quotes, the specific stories behind his songs, and the applicable scriptures included with each chapter. Thank you to the author and contributors for reminding us of this genuine, ragamuffin life.
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