The Sound of Change

See, the former things have come to pass,
and new things I now declare;
before they spring forth,
I tell you of them.

I am about to do a new thing;
now it springs forth, do you not perceive it?
I will make a way in the wilderness
and rivers in the desert.

You have heard; now see all this;
and will you not declare it?
From this time forward I make you hear new things,
hidden things that you have not known.
—Excerpts from Isaiah
What does change sound like? Does it sound like coins clinking in your pocket? Does is sound like protesters demanding a different way of life? Does it sound like the awakening-loud gears moving the hands forward on my grandparents’ grandfather clock as I struggled to sleep on their living room sleeper sofa as a child? Just what does change sound like? This week, we will listen closely to the sound of change as YHC welcomes Sho Baraka to campus. Sho Baraka is a Christian rap artist based out of Atlanta, Georgia, and, needless to say, the sounds he will bring to chapel this Wednesday will be a change.

Follow the tag links to the right of this blog to hear Sho Baraka’s sound of change.

Come listen on Wednesday. Come be changed.

Have a wonderful week.

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