The Phantom Tollbooth

Music and more from a Christian perspective

Slow down, and have your change ready

Since 1996

Bruce Cockburn, Rumours of Glory book. How many lives a can one man live at once? Rumours of Glory traces Cockburn’s story, detailing his music, faith, poetry, women and activism. It’s a fascinating trail and a valuable read – even for people who disagree with him.

Jim Cole, Walls & Doors as reviewed in the Phantom TollboothWalls & Doors, puts the listener in a faith-enlightening mood

countryfaithThis beautifully packaged compilation of inspirational “reflections” from country music stars is well done.

jaimie-corranSurveys reveals that a majority of Muslims not of Middle Eastern descent don't read their religion's own most revered book. By offering an iteration of it in the global lingua franca of English, more Muslims have the opportunity to understand the foundation of their beliefs.

“I love you more than your mask” (Rich Mullins).

Diary of a Wimpy Kid as reviewed in The Phantom TollboothThe Wimpy Kid novels for tweens are becoming almost as popular as the "Harry Potter" book series. Harry dealt with  magic to overcome obstacles in his life, while Greg, the middle school hero of "Wimpy Kid", as to come up with ideas of his own.


Man on the Run 90

A realistic, non-critical, snapshot of a pivotal time in the life of a Beatle

duck commander 90 I don’t know much about Duck Dynasty, but I recognize a worthwhile devotional.

Author/photographer Rich Earl looks beyond the obvious and finds beauty and truth in environments that we too-often overlook or deem unimportant. This should give hope for the less pious - there is indeed a devotional for the rest of us!

 In The Hollow, Volume One - Winter

Rich Earl

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