When it comes to the Book of Concord, there are really two types of people: those who read the contents and see a series of rap albums, and those who aren’t Flame.
So, what do we pray? What do we say? In times of fear, in times of chaos, in unprecedented times, we pray and say the words that have been written on our hearts.
If you are familiar with the Book of Common Prayer, you know that while much of its contents are meant to be sung, there is no music in the prayer book. For Ryan and Melissa Flanigan, who release music under the name Liturgical Folk...
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