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    Holy Roar by Chris Tomlin CD Review

    by Heather Bock Read to the end if you want a chance to win this cd! When I heard I could have the opportunity to review Chris Tomlin’s new cd, I couldn’t type the response quickly enough to make sure I was put on the list. Yes, yes, yes! I want in on this one! I thought. I already own at least four of his cds, and they are all regularly rotated into my car cd case. I anxiously awaited the new cd’s arrival in my mailbox, and although I only received it late Wednesday night, I’ve listened to it enough to find myself naturally singing along with the uplifting words.…

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    Winner of Tori Kelly CD

    Last week, I drew a winner in my giveaway for Tori Kelly’s new cd, but I was not able to get a hold of the winner. I have drawn a new winner, and I have no name, but her profile is snowflakesofbflo! Congratulations! Be sure to contact me at heather.bock[at]glimpsesofjesus.com with your address, and I will have the cd sent to you! If I don’t hear from you by Wednesday, October 10, I will have to draw a new winner. Thank you!

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    Tori Kelly’s Hiding Place CD Review

    by Heather Bock Don’t miss a chance to win a free copy of this new cd–keep reading until the end! This week I had the opportunity to receive a copy of Tori Kelly’s new cd, Hiding Place, and review it here. Honestly, I had never heard of Tori Kelly before I was asked if I wanted to review her newest Christian cd, but I found her on YouTube singing a song for the movie Sing, decided I liked her voice and wanted to try out her music. I also saw that this cd was produced by Kirk Franklin, with all of the songs either written or co-written by him. Kirk Franklin…

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    Finding Your Accordion Amongst Differences

    by Heather Bock Ancestry has long intrigued me. I haven’t had the time to do an extensive search into my family’s background, but I do know my heritage is split between English, Irish, German, and French. In other words, I’m as white as can be. My last name by marriage is Bock, and the roots behind it are primarily German (although there is a good dose of Italian in there, too). I teach an adult English as a Second Language class, which is entirely populated by students from Mexico. I don’t know their heritage, if some have Spanish roots or Native South American roots, but most of them have darker…