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The Graham Kerr Story: From Galloping Gourmet to Kingdom Cook
As the “Galloping Gourmet,” Graham Kerr (along with Julia Child) helped invent the "Television Chef." The evolution of this TV pioneer is an extraordinary tale of grace--both before and after his conversion.
Alternachurch: a few new ways toward "the family of God"
Can a church be in a bar?
the Fernando Ortega Interview
In 1997, Fernando Ortega established himself as among the smartest CCM singers working. Seven years later, it's still true. Here's an interview.
Carman's R.I.O.T.: The Legendary Review Emerges
In 1996, Carman was the best-selling artist in "CCM." That summer, he released a CD and straight-to-video movie R.I.O.T., & PRISM Magazine published this review, which quickly became the magazine's most reprinted review.
The Seven Deadly Sins of Christian Contemporary Music
After years in CCM-land as a radio host, writer and rabble-rouser this evolved from a Cornerstone Fest seminar (93) into a piece for PRISM's first "Arts" issue (April '94). Oddly, CCM magazine called it "essential reading."
Music Notes (from January PRISM)
The Steeple and the Gargoyle: Celebrating the Simpsons
You Can Take It With You